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DRAMATIC. 



VAUDEVILLE, 



CIRCUS. 




Copyright, 1905, by the Fran* Queen Pabllib ln 8 Company (Limited) 



Founded by 
DFRANK QUEEN, 1863. 



NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 4, 1905.' 



VOLUME Lll.-No. 37. 

Prloo 10 Contt. 




GATCHtL 6 MANHtHQ PHHA, 



938 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



November 4. 



jHi5S Clipper's 

Anecdotes, Personalities and Comments, 

CONCIENINQ 

STAGE FOLK and Some times OTHERS 

BT J OSEPHINE GEO. 

Kow tbat Heni7 Irving anecdotes are occu- 
pying considerable apace In all publications, 
one Is reminded of tbat oft told Incident 
where the actor once sought to soothe the In- 
jured feeling* of one of his company. In the 
expression of his solicitude the ambiguity of 
the words was overlooked at the moment of 
utterance, because bis real Intention was to 
sympathise. 

On going upon the stage, previous to a re- 
hearsal one afternoon, he noticed a group of 
three or four young women of the super 
forces, apparently trying to comfort one of 
their number, who was rather noisily express- 
ing her grief. Approaching them to ascer- 
tain the cause, he said to the grief stricken 
young woman : 

"What's all this trouble about?" 

"She says the character woman Insulted 
ber," chimed In one of the young women. 

"Is that so?" said Sir Henry (though he 
was not S>r at that time) . "I must look into 
this ; I don't like dissensions among my peo- 
ple. How did she Insult yon 7" he asked, 
turning to the weeping girl. 

"Oh, I couldn't tell you what she said," 
stammered the girl, between sobs. 

"Bat you must," said Irving, "I must 
know exactly what wns said, la order to ad- 
just the matter." 

"Well," hesitated the girl, "she— she said 
I was no better than I ought to be." This 
statement was followed by a torrent of weep- 
ing so overwhelming tbat the kind hearted 
actor, In bis baste to comfort her, did not 
stop to choose bis words, but exclaimed : 

"There — there," patting her on the shoul- 
der, "we all know you are." 

* 

It Is Telited of Irving that as he was one 
day leaving the stage door, after a rehearsal, 
he met one of the former members of his 
company — a girl — who had played small 
parts very satisfactorily. Two years pre- 
viously she bad left the stage to be married, 
and the actor had not seen ber elnce tbat 
time. He remembered her as being moBt dra- 
matically promising, and, reverting to the 
time she had left the company, said : 

"And do you regret or are yon glad you 
gave up stage work?" 

"Well," dubiously replied the girl, hold- 
ing out her bands, showing on them a pair 
of worn out gloves, "I must confess that I 
was better off when with your company." 

"Ah!" said Irving, and though not wish- 
ing to show any curiosity, added "Aren't 
things going prosperously with you?" 

"Not very," replied the girl, "I was just 
going Into the theatre to see one or two of 
my old friends there. I have learned the 
manicure profession, and thought I might get 
them as patrons." 

"But do you have to work?" asked the 
actor. "We thought you married well. Isn't 
your husband a good provider?" 

"Oh, yes," replied the ex-actress quickly, 
and In tones tinged with sarcasm, "he's a 
very good provider — why, he provided me 
with four new customers yesterday." 

* 

Many stories are told of the laughable ex- 
clamations of tbose suddenly awakened from 
a sound Bleep. Joseph Jefferson used to enjoy 
telling one of these Incidents concerning him- 
self. 

As everyone knows, his favorite pastime 
was fishing, and as a relief from bis the- 
atrical work he would seize every oppor- 
tunity to Indulge In the sport While play- 
ing on engagement of "Itlp Van Winkle," in 
Sandusky, O., he was Invited by a member 
of a club to visit a trout Btream near Cas- 
talla, a suburb of that city. After an en- 
joyable, though a most fatiguing day, he 
reached the theatre barely In time to dress 
for the performance. A full day's outdoor 
exercise had the effect of making him some- 
what drowsy, and this, with his bodily 
weariness, combined to make his performance 
tbat night somewhat difficult. However, he 
got through all right until tho curtain went 
up on the mountain scene, where be was to 
awaken after his many years' Bleep. 

lie did not awaken on schedule time, and 
the stage raoimger began to be anxious. The 
real fact was, Jefferson had succumbed to 
the pressure of weariness, and had actually 
fallen asleep on the rocks. Time was pass- 
ing, yet the actor, who was only supposed 
to be steeping, mndo no move to rlso and 
stretch himself and go ou with the scene 
The true reason for the delay suddenly oc- 
curred to the stage manager, who recalled 
Jefferson's remark of a short time before, 
tbnt he could scarcely keep awake. An un- 
conscious snore from the direction of the 
rocks decided him to take quick measures to 
break the watt, which, though realistic, was 
too prolonged. 

Accordingly, a stage hand was quickly 
directed to go beneath the rock work and In 
some way arouse tho sleeper. Two or three 
nudges failed In their Intent, then the man 
garo a vigorous poke in the ribs of the star, 
which roused him to tho exertion of rolling 
over on his other Bide, An Instant later tho 
waiting audience were treated to a line not 
In the manuscript. Before opening his eyes 
"ltlp" wearily yawned: 

"Oli-a-a-a-oft/ The ticket Is In my hat- 
band, Conductor." 

t 

Lew Dockstadcr hna a story which, among 
a lot nf others, bo relates from the stage, 
and It always gets a big laugh. 

The parson of a colored church, down 
South, noticed at one of tho meetings that 
"Brother Jones," n dchthn of tho church, 
was Indulging In a few winks of sleep to- 



ward the end of his exhortations. Wishing 
to aronse the offender, he said la a load' 
voice: 

"We will now sing 'Rock of Ages.' ' 
Brother Jones lead?" 

The sleeping brother failed to respond to 
lue call, and the elder, In louder tones, again 
announced the hymn, adding, "Will Brother 
Jones k'ndly lead?" 



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(HAS. BANKS, 
Whose picture appears above, Is well known 
In the profession, and the press has highly 

£ raised bis work. The Bloomlngton, 111., 
lattu Bulletin, dated Oct 8, bad this to say 
of bin) : "Castle Theatre bad an entertainer 
last week and the week before who delighted 
amusement lovers in a manner that w'li 
never be forgotten. He Is Charley Banks. 
It was his first visit to Bloomlngton, but be 
Is known to all the larger city theatregoers 
throughout the country. He nas Impressed 
Bloomlngton audiences as no other comedian 
ever did; and his name any time In the fu- 
ture will pack the bouse. Mr, Banks does an 
old nuld act tbat Is voted by performers 
themselves to be one of tho most marvelous 
examples of cbarncter work. He also does a 
rube stunt w'th equal cleverness. He prob- 
ably Is seen at his best with a cosmo- 
politan audience, however, In his black face 
stump speech. lie Is a born orator, to begin 
with, and In his work Indulges In flights of 
eloquence of Which many a noted speaker 
might be envious, and suddenly goes from 
the sublime to some Bide splitting humor. In 
the days of President D. B. Grant be wrote 
'General Grant's Trip Around the World,' put 
on by Sweatnam'a Minstrels, at the Arch 
Street Opera House, Philadelphia. It was 
a spectacular performance, and required one 
hundred and fifty persons. Mr. Banks brought 
mirth to the town, and Castle patrons will 
look anxiously for his return." 



wakening suddenly from his sound sleep and 
vaguely grasping the minister's request 
" 'tala't my turn — I jea dealt" 

9 

A young Hebrew comedian new In the busi- 
ness, but aspiring to a Bernardlan career, 
applied, not long ago, to one of the vaude- 
ville agencies for booking. Having proved 
an ability much beyond the mediocre, and 
the preliminaries of the engagement having 
been discussed, the agent then said : 

"And, how much salary do yon ask?" 

"I'm asking a hundred," was the reply. 

"What I" exclaimed the agent, "a hundred 
— and with your short experience 1" 

"Tell," replied the young comedian, drop- 
ping Into the vernacular of hla race, "I said 
I vasa diking a hundred, but you oould Jew 
me down to tventy-flve." 

9 

In glancing at business signs along the 
street, one Is frequently confronted with pe- 
culiar juxtaposition of names and callings. 
In the lower part of the business district of 
New York, among the fur and feather deal- 
ers, la a sign over a small shop which the 
foreign proprietors evidently do not attach 
the significance which a metropolitan user 
of clang might give It. The sign reads : 

"Furs— BOSKY & CONN— Skins." 
* 

W. M. Belcher, manager of a popular 
Western company, was rehearsing a new 
member one morning recently. The man bad 
been engaged at short notice, In an emergen- 
cy. The role tbat he was to fill was a very 
lively comedy one, and, as It proved, most 
unsuitable to the dramatic ability of the 
would-be actor. 

la vain Belcher tried to instil some action 
Into tho business of the wooden aspirant, 
who remained glued to each spot to which 
he was directed until almost forcibly re- 
moved. Finally, In despair of any improve- 
ment, tho manager turned to a friend In tbe 
wings and exclaimed : 

"I shall be obliged to send up to Kansas 
City for a set of castors to be sent down 
before tho performance tonight." 



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<»» 

MAiusuuRiTE ci.akkij, 
Whose picture appenra on tho front page of 
this Issue, wns born in 1880, and lms been 
upon the stage since childhood She ap- 
peared in the support of Dan Daly, Francis 
Wilson and other operatic comedians, fr-ho 
wns engaged with Do Wolfe Hopper, In "Mr. 
Pickwick, * and re-engaged for the revlvM of 
"V'nng." This season the Is playing Sylvia, 
In Mr. Hopper's successful comic opera, 
"Ilnppylaud." now playing an extended en- 
gagement at the Lyric Theatre, this city. 
Her diminutive s!*o makes her a particularly 
good foil for Mr. Hopper, while her chlldl'ke 
demeanor Is of marked vnluo In "Happy- 
land," In which the plot partly hinges upon 
her Inability to decide whether she Is a girl 
or a bay. 

THIS SECOND UMPIRE. 
A new fast train on the N. Y. Cen- 
tral leaves CSrimd Central Stntlon 1.B7 
P, M'., arrives Albany -l.riM, Ullca 0.4T, 
Syracuse S.OO, Rochester 0.113, DnhTnlo 
11.10 P. Ml. No eicesB fnre.-'Advf. 



Alexander Mackenzie, George Alexander, Bier- 
bobm Tree, Sir L. Alma-Tadema, Prof. Sir 
James Dewar, J. Forbes Robertson, A. W. 
Plnero and Burdett-Coutts, M. P. Arthur 
Bourchler acted as chief steward In the 
abbey. 

Though It has been very cordially re- 
ceived, Forbes Robertson's revival of "For 
the Crown," at tho Seals, la only In tbe na- 
ture of a stopgap, sod early next month he 
will produce a new comedy, from the pen 
of Mrs. Madeline Lucette Ryley, who pro- 
vided him with one of his past successes, 
namely "Mice and Meo." It Is described as 
a domestic play, and Its plot may be gath- 
ered, In a way, from tbe title, "Mrs. 
Grundy," tbat the authoress has chosen. 

J. E. Vedrenne. of the Court Theatre, baa 
decided to keep both pit and gallery unre- 
served at that theatre, as hitherto, but to 
open the doors one hour before the perform- 
ance, so that early comers may be able to 
take their seats and wait for the perform- 
ance in comfort Instead of discomfort This 
Is a most benevolent Idea on Mr. Vedrenne's 
part, and It Is to be regretted tbat other 
managers do not follow snlt At the better 
class of theatres admlslson to the pit is 
seventy-five cents, and If tbe play Is doing 
a big business those desiring admission to 
that part of the houset are obliged to stand 
la line for hours In the cold ana rain, If the 
weather Is bad. 

William Gillette's revival of "Sherlock 
Holmes," at the Duke of York's Theatre, last 
Tuesday night, was an unqualified success. 
The company supporting Mr. Gillette Is ex- 
cellent, Just bow long the revival will run 
Is not known, that Is, to outsiders. All, no 
doubt, depends upon the box office receipts. 

Mr. Doyle, who Is understood to be gather. 
Ing material for a new series of Sherlock 
Holmes stories, dealing more especially with 
bank frauds, caused some surprise In a Liver- 
pool police court one day this week by unex- 
pectedly walking up the steps leading from 
the cells to the dock. Accompanied by tbe 
chief constable, he bad been going through 
the under-world of tbe police buildings In 
order to gather the local color. 

Last Saturday evening Alfred Sutro's new 

Flay, "The Perfect Lover." was done at the 
mperial Theatre by Lewis Waller and com- 
pany, and was voted a success by all wbo 
saw It. Written with a keen edge of satire 
upon tbe social faults of tbe day. the new 
piece tells In close dramatic dialogue a mov- 
ing story of temptation and resistance so 
fresh In action and dramatic surprises as to 



CLIPPER CARTOONS. 

No. 23. 




THE 'CYCLING MILLARD BROS., 

Whose act has rapidly come to tbe front, have one of the best 'cycling novelties, brim full 
of good comedy and not overdone. The younger of the brothers closes the act by riding a 
flight of steps backwards, which feat bas received a great deal of comment from both press 
and public. Their run this Summer, at the parks in the West, was phenomenal. Opening 
with Manager I m merman, of White City on the Lake, Cleveland. 0., June 18, for one week, 
their act proved such a big success that they were retained for five consecutive weeks. Tom 
Eck, manager of Electric Park, Detroit, Mich., gave them two weeks; then they played three 
weeks at Cincinnati and a return of four weeks at Chicago. Geo. M. Fenberg Is now 
featuring the act with one of his road companies for a special engagement through the 
New England States, under tbe management of Will Desliou. The Mlllards work with a 
vim and finish seldom seen In an act of this style, winning applause and laughs In rapid 
succession. They claim to be tbo first to use a dog in a 'cycling act, and the novel way 
they have of Introducing the little animal bas proven a decided success. Geo. Fenberg has 
Bevcrnl styles of paper for the act Including one sheets, half sheets, lithographs and window 
cards, and features It on every piece of advertising he has. The brothers were born In 
Detroit, Mich., where tbey hsve considerable money Invested la real estate, owning their own 
home, where many a performer spent a pleasant hour while playing that city during the 
past Summer. | 



OUR LONDON LETTER. 



FHOH OUB OWN CORBISPONDBXT. 



Clipper Boreas, 

48 Cranbonrne Street, 

Leicester Square, 

London, W. C. 

Oct. 21. 

The death of Henry Irving, which occurred 
on Friday night of last week, cast a gloom 
over London that will linger for some time. 
The body of the great actor was brought 
from Bradford to his London residence on 
Saturday, where It remained until Tuesday 
morning. Sculptors made a mask of the face. 
In wax, for tbe statue that Is to be modelled 
In remembrance. Then his relatives took 
their last look at the actor knight. Tbe re- 
mains were then taken to the crematory, 
at Golder'a Green, and cremated. Laurence 
Irving and the old and faithful valet, wbo 
has been In Mr. living's service for more 
than thirty years, were present at the lm- 

Srcsnlve proceedings. Tbe nshea of the late 
Istlngulshed actor were taken from Golder'a 
Green to hla late residence, and from there 
to Westminster Abbey, where they remained 
until the ceremony or burial, which occurred 
yesterday. Tho site of the tomb in the Abbey 
had been appropriately chosen to tbe Imme- 
diate right of tbe Blab which Indicates the 
resting place of another great tragedian, 
David Garrlck. The statue of Shakespeare, 
whose great expounder Mr. Irving was, domi- 
nates the whole. Near by are the graves of 
Charles Dickens, Richard Brlnsley Sheridan, 
Dr. Johnson and other famous men of letters. 
The eerrlcei took placo at noon yesterday. 
The king was represented by General Sir 
nighton Probyn, and the Prince of Wales by 
I.leut.-colonel Sir William Carlngton. The 
fourteen pallbearers were: Sir Squire Ban- 
croft Lord Aberdeen, Lord Tennyson, John 
Ha're, Charles wyrjfllrani. Dora Bnrnhint, Blr 



hold the attention enthralled from first scene 
to last. Story of the play : William Tremb- 
lett, a man whose principles are not of the 
beat type, bas clandestinely learned, as so- 
licitor, that land belonging to bis client. Lord 
Cardew, now In the market, has beneath It a 
fortune In coal deposit. To obtain this him- 
self directly he knows to be unprofessional ; 
so be proposes to his brother Joseph, a poor 
Journalist, that he shall Induce his wife, Lil- 
lian, knowing her to be a former sweetheart 
of the young peer, to get bis consent to a 
sale of the land by her feminine Influence. 
This plan Is repudiated with scorn by Joseph, 
as he leaves hla brother. But on telling 
tbe story on reaching homo to his wife and 
child, they, suffering from extreme poverty, 
urge Joseph to consent to the plot being car- 
rlcd Into effect, prompted by the promise of 
the scheming lawyer to give his Impecunious 
brother *25,0O0 on his obtaining Lord Car- 
dew's written assent to tbe sale of the es- 
tate. Moved by the plaintive pleading of 
his wife and little daughter, tho tempted man 
yields, and proceeds to do the dirty work. 
Face to face with the peer, he finds him on 
the eve of elopement from his brother with 
the sorely bullied and ill used Lillian, who 
has escaped to him from her home. But the 
adbuctlon Is an Innocent one, Cardew having, 
ns a "perfect lover," Induced his elderly aunt 
to accompany him and his old love to Can- 
ada, where Lillian is to remain under his 
charge. The sale agreement Is signed by 
the noble landowner, but with tbe purchaser's 
name changed from the solicitor to the jour- 
nalist. Armed with this document Joseph 
seeks his brother, whose delight at the bar- 
gain Is checked at finding his brother's name 
taking the place of his own. At the close 
of a powerful scene between the brothers, 
Joseph, stung to repentance by William's 
taunts, tears up the document and puts It 
lathe fire. .With the mortified rage of tho 
bafllel! solicitor on his departure, aria the 



joe wewrs Theatre; characters and Scenes 
from VThe Banker's Daughter," at Proctor'. 
Fifth Avenne Theatre: William FarsrshSm 
now appearing In "The Squaw Mao," stWak 
lack's; Robert B. Maotell, in the character 
of Richard III at the Garden Theataf. Bam 
Chip, as Dr. Fox, and Bessie Wynn, who 

<?'".?■ ISft'S ,.f 0, 1 un, ?' ta "Wonoerlind " 
Julian Mitchell's handsome new spectacle 
now being presented at the Majestic The* 
tre. Vaudeville Is represented by: Oracle 
Emmett and company, John D. Gilbert u,, 
Waldon and Alda Overton Walker and Hat- 
tie Mcintosh, all of whom appeared at n»r 
tig A Seamon'a Music Hall last wee k. 

tender gratulatlons at the moral courage of 
the husband of the one, and the father of the 
other, the curtain descends. Indications are 
that Mr. 8ntro bas scored another succcrh 
which promises to equal that of his "The 
Walls of Jericho." 

"Tomorrow-land," the new two act musi- 
cal fantasy, by John Kendrlck Bangs and 
Mauuel Klein, produced by Henry W. Bavaee 
at Baltimore, on Oct 9. bad a copyright 
performance at the Victoria Hall, Bayswater 
last Monday. The performance, If it may 
be called such, was under the management 
of Charles Warren. George Ade's "Just Out 
of College" was also done for copyright 

PK^Sn«.2f , n3ffi recently, by members of 
the William Collier company. 

The centenary of the Royal Bath Theatre 
was celebrated on the 12th by F. R. Ben- 
son. The house was opened on Oct 12 
1805, and was one of the four In the United 
Kingdom which obtained the privilege of the 
royal patent, two of tbe others being Drury 
Lane and Covent Garden. The first house 
upon the same site was built Just two hun- 
dred years ago. 

The King and Queen, the Prince and Prin- 
cess of Wales and Princess Victoria, with 
their suites, were present at Drury Lane last 
Monday, to witness the performance of "The 
Prodigal Son." Each member of the royal 
party was presented with a beautifully bound 
copy of the play, and a handsomely Illus- 
trated souvenir. The books for the king 
were bound hi royal red silk, those for tbe 
queen In royal blue, and those for the prince 
and princess in white. The work of binding 
was completed within four hours of the Inti- 
mation of the royal visit reaching the thea- 
tre. On Tuesday the same party visited the 
Comedy Theatre, and saw William Collier 
and associates, In "On the Quiet 

Edmond Rostand, the dramatist has just 
refused 120,000. offered to him by a pub- 
lisher, for the right to publish his new play, 
"Chantceler," In the magazine, Je Bait Tout. 
M. Rostand refused to discuss any price for 

Subllcatlon of the play, which is to be pro- 
uced at the Theatre de la Galte, ParlB, la 

Tbe fiftieth performance of "Tbe Blue 
Moon," at the Lyric Theatre, waa celebrated 
on Monday. "What the Butler Saw" has 
been adapted for the French stage, and will 
shortly be seen at one of the leading Paris- 
Ian theatres. Cissy Loftus will play the 
part of Peter Pan when that production la 
revived at the Duke of York's, oa Dec 12. 
In this year's Drury Lane pantomime there 
will appear an Englishman, famed in Paris, 
but unknown In his native country. He was 
Been by Arthur Collins playing the part of 
Mr. Cbamberlln, at tbe Foiies-Bergere. He 
was engaged by the Drury Lane manager 
immediately. 

On Thursday last a matinee, organized by 
The Figaro, took place at the Opera Comlque, 
Paris, in aid of the sufferers by the recent 
earthquake In Italy. In the programme 
figured the name of Charles Warner, who left 
London early In the morning of that day to 
appear in a scene from "Hamlet." During 
the journey from Calais to Paris be changed 
and made up on the train. At the terminus, 
Mr. Warner was met by a private motor sod 
taken to the theatre, where he arrived Just 
In time to give bis performance. The per- 
formance over, and a hasty meal obtained, 
Mr. Warner returned to London In order to 
play biB part in "Leah Kleschna," last night. 
Hie show was an Immense success. Mounet 
Sully, the great French exponent of "Ham- 
let," rushed at Mr. Warner and kissed him 
on both cheeks; and the crowded house, wltb 
Mme, Loubet and many other well known peo- 
ple in the stalls and boxes, gave Mr. Warner 
and his associates In tbe cast a great ovatlou. 

May Buckley leaves the cast of "On the 
Quiet." tonight, and her place will be taken 
by a Miss Angiln, sister to Margaret Anglln, 

Through the Influence of George Edwardes, 
who is Interested in both theatrical and music 
hall entertainments, a temporary settlement 
has been arrived at in the queatlon regarding 
the presentation of sketches at the variety 
theatres. Later there will be meetings of the 
Theatrical Managers' Association and of the 
Proprietors of Entertainments Association, to 
confirm the proposed agreement which has 
been drawn up by representatives of both 
bodies. The clauses in the drafted agree- 
ment are to the effect that sketches will be 
allowed In music halts, provided they are 
original In character and are not condensed 
versions of dramas staged In theatres; tbat 
the sketches must be limited to two In one 

firogramme, one not exceeding fifteen minutes 
n length, with no more than four perform- 
ers ; the other having a time limit of thirty 
minutes, with six principals and as many 
auperB as the manager of the company may 
care to provide ; that billets shall not exceed 
one hour In performance. This agreement Is 
favorably received In many quarters, though 
certain people engaged In the variety profes- 
sion still desire absolute free trade In enter- 
tainments, without any restrictions what- 
ever. 

Messrs. Moulllot and De Freece hare ac- 
quired the lease of the old Prince of Wales 
Theatre, Southampton, and have converted 
It to the attractive purpose of a hippodrome, 
in which character it was opened last week 
by the mayor of that town, in the presence 
of a large an Influential assemblage. Dur- 
ing the past few months the theatre baa 
undergone a remarkable transformation. Tbe 
auditorium has been emarged. It Is now 
60ft. wide by 70ft deep, and 44ft. high from 
the stalls to the main celling. Tbe stage Is 
67ft. wide, 24ft etn. high, and 60ft. to tho 

frld. There Is seating accommodation for 
,600, and ample standing room for 600 
more. The entertainments provided will be 
on similar lines to those at the Coliseum 
and Hippodrome, London, with two perform- 
ances nightly. Cooke Francis, formerly of 
the Empress, Brixton, Is the resident mana- 
ger of the house. 

. Tonight's performance at the Lyceum will 
be the last of the ballet "Excelsior." On 
Monday the house reverts to the two ahowa 
a night policy, with straight vaudeville. The 
bill Includes: George Bonhalr, Gregory 
Troupe, Will Johnson, Florlsel, Ward Broth- 
era, Mlrzab, Hal Forde, Dusty Rhodes, Lenl 
Verdi, Howard and Harris, Radford and Val- 
entine, and pictures. Howard and Harris 
made their reappearance at the Lyceum on 
Monday last, after an absence of some 
months, and repeated tbe hit made during 
their first appearances. They certainly do a 

§ood act and their success Is not to be won 
ered at They are booked up solid In this 
country and on tbe continent for two solid 
years. 

New shows at West End halls to review 
this week have been scarce, but next week I 
expect to be busy. Besides the new pro- 
gramme at tbe Lyceum the Coliseum offer- 
two new bills, or, rather, a change. The 
three and nine o'clock showa at tbe Collceuai 
Include: Mrs. Bernard Beere and company, 
In "The Spy;" Lorch Famliy, "Military 
Tattdo," Victoria Monks, Eugene 8f ration. 
Zertbo'i dogs, Mndge Leasing. Carl Hertz 
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OUR LONDON LETTER. 
Continued from page 938. 
the Sandwiches, Vaallescu Troupe. Madame 
Ksty, and the Gordon Highlanders. Six 
o'clock bill: "Joseph and His Brethren," 
"The Wreck of the Hesperus," "Automates, 
the Bandurrias ; ' "The Maid of the Moon," 
iJerendu and Green, and Bell and Henry. I 
believe Miss Monks has signed a contract to 
appear at the Coliseum for an Indefinite 
period, and her first effort will be "Give My 
Kegurds to Leicester Square." the aong she 
has been singing at the Tlvoli and other Lon- 
don halls with the biggest kind of success. 
She will be assisted by the Coliseum Stock 
Company, and, 1 understand, special scenery 
has been painted, representing a ship leaving 
a dock. Uene Stratton will revive "My 
Little Octoroon." 

Derenda and Green, Gallando, and Conn 
and Conrad came over on the Majestic, which 
arrived on Thursday, after a very smooth 
voyage. Due next week are: Martin and 
guigg and Hayes and Suit. It looked for a 
lime as If the invasion bad stopped, but, 
Judging from reporta 1 have beard lately, 
mauy new American acts will be seen In Lon- 
don and provinces during the season. 

1 have Just learned that Meely, of the dis- 
solved team of Heely and Meely, and Madi- 
son, of the dissolved team ot Bailey and 
MadiBon, have Joined bands. 

Margaret Ashton, by courtesy of the Pa- 
vilion management, will slog at the Royal 
Albert Hall tonight, on tbe occasion of the 
Grand Nelson Centenary Concert. 

The Metropole, Camberwell, which was re- 
cently closeu for an indefinite period, was 
practically the pioneer of the Loudon subur- 
ban houses, and for the Urst few years after 
It was opened by Mr. Mulholland enjoyed re- 
markable success. Not only were the best 
of travelling companies seen there, but many 
of the leading West End actors of the present 
time made their first suburban appearance on 
Its boards. It was, too, la great demand for 
first productions, among other first perform- 
ances there being Louis Parker's "A Vaga- 
bond King" and Henry Hamilton's version of 
"The Three Musketeers." its decline was 
cbieily due to the change in the character of 
the suburb and the sharp competition that 
was Induced by Its own success. 

Anne Kenwick has signed for a leading role 
In the pantomime to be done at the Grand. 
Islington, this Christmas. Devere and Ken- 
wick, who bave been meeting with much suc- 
cess In end about London, are going to South 
Africa Dec. 16. 

Harry Long, formerly of the Tlvoli box 
office, has been 
the 

der new management, 'me new manager 
Fred Anderson. Dr. Maxim Boyd Hart, who 
exhibited the magic kettle at the Hippodrome, 
last Kail, for a handsome salary, was a short 
time ago sentenced to three years' penal 
servltuae for forging and uttering the en- 
dorsement on a bill of exchange for $500. 

It la rumored that an English syndicate la 
to take over another Paris music hall. Frank 
Macnaghten has Issued a prospectus for the 
natation of an Opera House and Empire, 
Ltd., In a town in the North of England, 
which has a population of some 45,U0l> peo- 
ple, with a capital stock ot S50,0O0. Tom 
rricbard has severed his connection with the 
Empire Palace, Dudley, which in the future 
w.li be run by the Midland Entertainment 
Corporation, The Blackpool season closed a 
week ago, and the Tower Circus, the Hippo- 
drome and the Winter Garden will remain 
dark until Easter, The Palace will, of course, 
remain open during the Winter. Sam Bury, 
late manager for Thomas Barrasford, Is on a 
continental tour. The trip la in the nature 
of a rest. At the Westminster County Court, 
on Tuesday, a case of some importance to the 
vaudeville profession was brought up. The 
action was brought by George Foster, an 
agent, against Mlgnon Tremalne, a vaude- 
ville performer, to recover commission due to 
him on procuring her engagements. The de- 
fendant lodged notice of special defense, plead- 
ing lnfaucy. It was contended on behalf of the 
plulntlaT that the contract to pay the com- 
mission was for the Infant'a benefit, and, 
therefore, she was liable to pay commission 
to the agent The Judge upheld this con- 
tention and gave Judgment for the plaintiff, 
with costs. John James Klpple, a member of 
the Karno Troupe, died recently. During a 
performance of "The Early Birds," at South- 
ampton, he was struck In the eye by a piece 



:e, has been appointed acting manager of 
Cambridge. The Empire, Dudley, Is. un- 
new management. The new manager Is 



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of bread. The Injury required an operation, 
and the actor died under the effects of chloro- 
form. Dick Hsnlon, of the Bob Hanlon 
Troupe, died on Tuesday, at St. Thomas' 
Hospital, from the result of a recent acci- 
dent. In taking down the apparatus used by 
tbe troupe he took hold of a live electric 
wire near the celling. Numbed by the cur- 
rent, he fell to the ground before anyone 
could get to his assistance. 

Marshall, the Mystic, writes from Berlin, 
under date of Oct 16: "This Is salary day, 
and t feel happy. Not that I need the money 
so badly, but when tbe ghost only walks 
twice monthly be Is a welcome visitor. For 
the small number of good variety halls in this 
city America could not be much better repre- 
sented than at tbe present time. Generally 
It le only the Wlntergarten where American 
novelties are shown, but this month Is one of 
tbe exceptions. I sm tbe only one from tbe 
States at the Passage, bnt at the other re- 
sorts there are American acts which are doing 
nicely. There Is considerable difference be- 
tween tbe vaudeville of this city and that of 
London. There are only three first class balls 
here, while they have numerous beer gardens, 
where tbe cheaper class of variety Is shown. 
Another thing which differs from London Is 
the so-called Cabaret, where shows are given 
from 11 p. ii. to 4 t. u. These places are 
spread all over tbe city, and are patronized 
by all classes of people, while some of them 
are exclusively for tbe upper class." 

Mr. Stack and two partners are practising 
a new gymnastic act, which promises to be 
a very novel one. Tbe firm name will be the 
Stack and Milton Trio, and the act will be 
ready for the stage in tbe course of a few 
wbgIeb 

Lydla Teamans Titus and F. 3. Titus are 
at the Stoke Hippodrome this week, with the 
Hippodrome, Norwich, to follow. A few 
lines from a notice Miss Titus received this 
week. "Miss Lydla Yeamans, the lady who 
takes first place on the programme at the 
Hippodrome this week, Is distinguished by 

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Interesting Imitation of Pattl. The latter Is 
quite an artistic achievement. But it is as 
a mimic that Miss Yeamans la most success- 
ful. She wbb encored again and again." 

Edna, tbe Whistling Nightingale, opens 
at the Palace of Varieties, Colchester, next 
week, after which she comes to tbe Alham- 
bra, In this city, for four weeks, to be fol- 
lowed by engagements at the Hippodrome, 
Manchester ; Hippodrome, Preston ; Queen's 
Palace, Manchester; Hippodrome, Ashton, 
and the Palace, Blackpool. Miss Edna has 
more time booked after January, 1906. 

The Drlttons are tbe hit of the vaudeville 
portion of the Empire bill, and were noti- 
fied early In the week that tbey have been 
prolonged eight more weeks at that house, 
making sixteen In all. Quite a lengthy stay 
In one boose. They return to the continent 
after the Empire engagement ia concluded, 
to play a long string of dates. 

Alice Raymond and John Enrkamp re- 
turned from Amsterdam one day this week, 
and report usual success with their novel 
act They return to tbe continent next 
week to play two dates, and then to Mar- 
sallies, where they embark for Australia. 
On their return tbey play the Tiroil, Lon- 
don, for alx weeks; Blackpool, two weeks; 
London syndlcte bnlls, six weeks: provinces, 
eight weeks and back to tbe Tlvoli, for twelve 
weeks, which will bring them np to Feb. 11, 
1007. They are arranging to go to South Af- 
rica In 1007. 

Frank and Jen Latona top the bill at the 
People's Palace, Leeds, current week, and are 
making a big hit with their delightful musi- 
cal comedy sketch. Nat Clifford, lately re- 
turned from the States, Is on the same bill. 

Stockton-on-Tees has been all aatir tbla 
week owing to the presence In that town of 
the wonderful automatic figure, "Enigma- 
rclle." which has been attracting record audi- 
ences to that bouse. Mr. Stoll has kindly 
allowed Mr. Ireland to set back the remain- 
ing few weeks he had booked on bis tour. In 
order that the latter might accept offers 
from suburban and provincial halls, not com- 
peting, of course, with those of tbe Moss A 
Stoll tour. Next week Mr. Ireland and his 
invention are at the Islington Empire, with 
the other halls of that tour to follow. 



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"lONfl MADILL" 

A little romance of much hi amy. 
Word* and Music by X. Calhcck. 
An impassioned lovepoem, with music well 
wedded to the words. The graceful sprlghtlliicss 
of its inneful melody and the exipiiaite "catchl- 
ness''of the words will please the entire house— 
from the rostrum to the rafters. 

''SHADOWS BY BOON LIGHT" 

A iiitilltatlve ■>) liipliony. 

Words and Music by X. Calheck. 

A hnniioiilous blending of pleasing meditations 

with dreamy and graceful melody, and "set" wltli 

an effective "nioimllglii" background— making a 

strikingly attractive and assuredly popular vocal 

number. 

Both tlmv soii'i* ait fiftul* uf mehidii, hiiniiniiii 

ami iHifiri/iiiui iriii i* vnjmieti ly nvrynUram 
Pifi/i'.inioiiiil raalM unir ivmhj. 

NEWTON CALBECK, 

I'LT.LISUKU, 
WOLF LAKE - INDIANA. 



Advertise Your Act, Show or Business with 

SOUVENIR POSTAL CARDS, 

Olvlng vour yicture, name, business and perma- 
nent address wllh space for wriiiug. Nothing like 
It to attract attention. They are all the rage. 
Ssnd us cut (any kind) with ji and we will prim 
and mall to yon loo FINE 1'osrnl f^rds us above. 
We can al«o make halt tone cuts for this purpose 
for ft. Address 

JlllCllltitX ART CO., Lapeer, Mich. 



NOTICB! 

IWANTTQLEASEfiTHEATRE 

In a city of not leas than .'lO.flon population. Oorrc- 
spondeiire strictly confldenilnl. Address 

J. a. MANNING, 

10", Che.tnnt Sl„ Albany, W. Y. 



WANTED, 

SOEBREm with Specialties, HEAVY HAN 
and AGEKT Who Can Act, 8EC0HD 

COMBDIAH with Specialties. 
CANADIAN REPERTOIRE. 
Sure. Address, salary low, 
JACK SPALDINO, 
De.eronto, Onl., Can. 

AT LIBERTY, 

OWING TO SICKNESS, 

Very Clever Slack Wire Aitist and Acrobat. 

Open to nnyonc paying salary in U. S. coin. 

TOM HAYES, 

Sanduxky Mien., earn of He.tmiranl. 



Operator, with MuviDg Picture Machine. 

Must ham up-to-date Minis, about T.txo reel. Long 
season and goud salary lo right party. Send a list 
of what you have. Also PIASO PLAYER, 
who can .sing (lady preferred). Address 

M. JACOIIS, W W. aotb 81., N. Y. City. 

AMATEURS 

-WHO UESIIIE TO 
APPEAR IN Y'Al OKVILLE. 
CAN SECIJKK AN OPPOHTUMTY lo show their 
acts bv addres.-lng manager or Circle Theatre. 
Ilroailway and Sixtieth Street, New York, fllvu 
full pavllciilars of act and send photos, If possible. 

"WANTED "QUICK, 

FOR QUARTETTE, 

TOP TENOR SOLOIST 

Who can work Quartette work. Address 

U. II. I.., 633 Hamilton St., Ailcutmvn, )'a. 

At Liberty, LADY YIOLH 

CWAULK OF DiKKCTlK<J, DOl'liLE PIASO 

Addi-ese care Muslclun, So. Ilavcu, Mlcli. 

WE PAY PIANO PLAYERS 

Ulli MdXEY for lutrodiiclugiiow miislc. Write at 
ouceto AIITHDK HKLUKOEK ML'SIOCD., 

Desk A, Battle Creek, Midi, 



WIGS 



a ■niMHiBUi. us iv. 

tllb SI., N. V. I'liu up-to- 
date XlllJAtltlCAI. Will 
MAKKH. Send isti)iii|i for 
new Hilce List, Juat out. 



Waited, Lady Violin Loader. 

OTIIF.RS WBITK. DES9IE ntRSELb'S f.ADI F3 
ORt'llfiSTIIA. Ilioomlngiou, LI. ■ 



BLACK TENT WANTED 

(live full description. Must he lined. 

OLIVKII P. BAK K LEY, Mt. PlCft-snt, Pa, 



North Beach 

SEASON isoe 

Privileges and Ground 

Can Now Be Contracted foi. 

< ciiaiiuiiiUnt, M'lth .V. H. A. CO., IOU K. 
llth St.. N,.„ York City, or rail at Noitli 
Uracil, L. I., an y 'J'ucsilay nfit-riiiMin. 

~ WAN T E 0~ , 

THE MIDNIGHT FLYER 

Novel Specialty. 

FOUR WEEKS 1 ENGAGEMENT 

OPEN AT PHILADELPHIA \l) V. '4". 

CLOSE AT IHillOlvKN DKC. 10. 

Transpoilation paid after opening. Stale lowest 
salary and time or act. 

ED. ANDKF3SON, 

Heading, Pa., Sov. a, 3, 4; Shenandoah, Pn„ Nov. 
U; Sliiiersvlllc, Ph., Soy. 7; Shaiunkiii.Pa., Nov. I 



Vnlt.il State. Teat and Awnlaa Co., 

Raniolph and Deiplalnei Sta., UH1CAUO, 111. 




CIRCUS CANVASES. 



MLAf It TKsiTS Our Specialty. 
SIDE SHOW PAINTISOS. 



LIBE 
ROBT. E. OZEMENT, 

Advance or Manager; 

MYRTLE HURLBURT OZEMENT, 

Characters, Heavies and Qen. Bus. 

Third season with (Ingiion-Poilock Stock Co. 
Address CIIAIILESTOS, ». c, Oen. Del. 

WANTED," 

I'KHKOHMEHI TO KNOW THAT 

READY WIT BUDGET HO. 3 

le Now Ready. 7 Complete Monologues. 

Joke* that make good with your audience mid 
■ngr. Price iiOcis. Addrc-KS 

HEADY Wi'P HCMiKT, Klklmrt, lud. 



TItl.\h8 C1IBAP 

1 'J Trunks (l.i'.lu. long, M! .In wide, tela, ilceii), 
nude or very strong, light, dnrable Lctliuiold; 
no iravs. Slightly used. Size m>t adapted in 
otir present use. Cast wholcnio til taeli: our 
price tlo'iU. Newly varultilied outside; trim- 
mings complete and In pcrlcct riindltlan. Wrltt- 
us. VKItMo.NT F.I Hal MAVfllHK CO., 

Bellows I'alls, Yi. 



AT LIBERTY, 



Roy- 




— Bird 



XOYKtTY SLACK Willi] and IIOI.LIXti fil.OMK 
AKTLSTs; also do oilier Act*. Pieter unc, two or 
three night sliiud L'<'n. .\dilrc.~s , 

HON ail, Tlploii, louu. 



AT LIBERTY. 

US SOY. IS I'M, SKVKItMVl.'oNNKCTlu.NS ailli 
At, W. Marlln'K L'uclc Ti.IliV CuWii Co. and will I'd 
ni liberty as Agent or bus, Ilgr. uf any Al Tlieatn 
cut Co. Can Join anv Nine i.n ivrcipl t,t iilruor 
letter. Adilrens IltCKRV W. LINK. 

Ilii Klin SI,, I'lm inimtl.itUhi, 



AT 

W. L. 



ONAMPENOIS, 



LIGHT COMEDY A.YIJ JITKYILKS. 
Can JoUi on wire. Address AHLIMiTHN Hi/IT.L, 
JT5 Wdt3»th St., Sew Yolk. 



LADY CORNETTIST8 

• AT LIUKUTV. 

Kfi. Coa onlv. /.ma I'u-ksnls mid Kalber K. t.'smer. 
Add. PICKAKusaud CAKNKK, Ueudenuu, Tens, 



ANDREW DOWNIE McPHEE'S BIG DRAMATIC and SPECIALTY COMPANY, 



. ...,, ........ ...... ...... ...i. ..,.,-.... •>...(. . K , , tiv.ir.ii, 

lln> bill. Ymi get unir uiotii'V when due Willi iIhm i'iiiiii»iiiy. 
.ivhllf.W now MK n.I'llKi:. ni<-<ilna, m, V. 



HAM) ANO 
OIlCIIKSTItA. 

W.lJITKD A'l'OVtK. Mini n,r Strung, (loiitci'l Hunk-, .luvtmllo Leading .Man. Omni Man lm' 
Clin rncii'i's mid Caniedy.OliIMcii. \'cr»nllie Leiullng Women, Uoinun lurOereial IIiihIiichs, ,\i mis Mini, 
doiib e llrassoidoSiH'Chillles. prefer people lining Speclnllii's. WANT ONLY SullKR, HKLIAIILK, 
BSPRRIKMUKII PKttl'I.K THAT CAN ACT. Mini have wnrdroin' and dress jour purl )iru|icrlT. 1 AH 
NuT 111 '.\Nl.Ni; A si'lliiol. 01' ACTINti. Cull use garni nnvrll.v spiilall.v pcaplu who ciin play purls 
ami elinnge specialties ofien. Name lowest Miiary lirsl teller. Musi Join Imuiedbilelv. I pay all. 
Travel In Ihe must stiiiernotu cur on tlm ruiid. THIS Aim will appear mull I «ci solll-lll, 
reliable, experienced people who can nil tin- bin. ' 

Adihx.a 



TIIK OLD HKLIAIILK IIOI-HK— ESI 



IMlll. 



: TRUNK WORKS 
20E.42d8t. 412 SIXTH AVE., NEW YORK CITY, Oor.astliW. 

Send for Illustraleil CHliilugue. Our PrprsHjInual Trunks an> Cuiiriiiiieed r.ir in Years. 



YOUR OLD TRTJIMK OR BAGGAGE 

.tl A UK AS OOOD AS HIV lit 

semi f„, BnE B6EHCY BA68A6E BEPAIB CO., 25 E. 14th St., a, 1 " 1 " 



the 
Sale. 



Sin.-. 



• lull U. 



It. II, .1.1, . 



113 liiaiiiiTci, 
I. nit e.1 1*1 1, ..... 



WANTED, FULL ACTIN6 COMPANY-REPERTOIRE. Juvenile Woman, Strong Line of 

piirta; Woman Inr Clnuucicrs and lieucial Sm lBt J *. Man fi.r Lra.l-. Man iHriteiicrnl llus., Man foi" 
Jitvunlles and Huavles, Clm racier Man. A No. I Pianist, Vauilevllli- Peiitui-es ivlin play pniM. Slutn 

vniir li.ivrst. iin.l il you tin spi-ciuliles. WHI'ilrnl..', ganil iipi nunc cvmihi,,!. Ui.u'i mlsicprcsuni. 

SEVIfs Hltos., I flu N'ortli llmmlwny, St. Louis, Mo. . P. S — I'onple ivlni were win. us bclnre, wrlle. 



IM7 LaSulU- St., ClilrnK'i, HI. 



SCHOOL 



AHEHICA'S 

BEST 

AND 

GREATEST 



Endorsed by Press and 1'iiMlc. 
0,000 reference* from nil purl* of the world. 
Tkr Only Sobmtl Enduraeil In cIiIciiku. 

vm mm. i\i 

Dp-to-tlato In erery detail ). 

luck, Jig, Skirt, Novel Cake 

Walk, ICIocutlon, Ulnglni 

and Rag Time Hung., 

Vaudeville Acts. Sketches, 

Dramatic Art, l-;tc. 

KNOAtlKMKNTS 8KOURED. 

NO KAII.UUKS. 

PHOF. P. J. ItlDGB, 

MUa Kr.itn'cs Leo and others. 

Circulars Free. 

OKAS'!) OPKHA IIOCSK. 
I endorse I'lior. hidiii-: as the only Actor and 
Professional Dancing Teacher In Chicago. 

FCKDJ. WlbllMAN, Tliealrlcul Agent, 

Small and leading Paris Couched. 
1ST La Snllc St., near Madison, Chicago, 111. 





ELL 



BEVERLY OPERA HOUSE 



>l- OOOIl -l- 



Also for Nov., Dec. und bitluiiaool season. AildreHS 
WILL M. HOOK, .Mannger, Iteverly, Ohio. 



WANTED QUICK, for 

WOODS-THOMPSON CO., 

ltl.'1'KltTOlKi: HKAYY MAN, Al (JllAltACTLH 
COM KOI AN Willi sirniig speelallles, Mini who i.-an 
net;;iulglil hIiiiiiIs: salary iiiust be within remain; 
must. Join ijulek. Adaraas WOODS a THOMPSON, 
l-'ariiungton, III.. -, 3, 4; l.iiciui, 0, ', ». 
ill tier useful people, wrlm. 

Ilerlrinii Miller, wt lie. 



CARNIVAL and FAIR, 

NiAUAKA EN'ai.VK CO., Now London, CI., 

In Armory, Kov. WSt, Inclusive. 

WANTED, 

i'ree Ads, fluoil Sldi) Shuns, fllms llbnyura and 
Kugruveid, ForiuiiB Tellers. Cane, IliiLy and Knlfo 
Hacks, Puper Tcarers, Sketch Art Ms aril all other 
privileges. AddrcmtNAM M. UA VIOSON, Soc'y., 
P . t). Box in ;, N ew L oudon, CI. 

ONE I'AIll VltltKt, PLATED 

HORIZONTAL BARS 

COMPbKTIC, HOLD CHEAP. 
til' AK Kit CITY HOIKL. 
IMt »»» S tat Ml.. P hlUde lphlii. Pa. 

My Illusion ! 

NOTHING LIKE IT. 

The iiii'dlencu held spvlll.ouud. Semi >iiiiuii fur 
panli.iilar.-t. tt. W. AMKS, siuari, f'tii. 

FOB LEASE. BALE 
OR STORAGE, . . . 

Repair* and /iteration. Mad*. 

IEW JERSEY C AR WORKS, Passaic. N. J. 
PERFORMERS FOR SUNDAY. 



CARS 



Sohmer Park 



AHT18T8 UP ALL 

kinds vraiTi: 

VOR SUNDAY 

PATH. M ONTREA L. 

WANTED. FOB VAODEYlLLE ACT, 

VOI'M) OKNTI.KkDN I'AMTXEIt. Jlilrl be lie- 
Hti«l, a tliaid Singer had Mnnilollni«t. Can get 
time OU best circuit". 111. IKKNUK CIIKKNAWAI.T. 
;m X. YiTini'l'in si., Ham Ille, III. 



ifSTEBEOPTCB™ 

Only MU7.SO, 

Complete »ith Klcelrlc Are Lump 11ml Itliuostat. 
Hiliir -1W1. machine* Irani *i_',.n up, Colorcil 
llbisirated Song Slides, aTic.eat'h; I linn 1 feed Klee. 
trleA'C l.uuip, .'ll.Su; AilniMiiliie ltl:ea«iat, $11. '0; 
Ovr llVdrngell .lei (bo<l i|imllly), fl Mi; Limes, ojn, 
,l(i/iii In can, Tuc; Aceiylenu Has lliirner, t-l.to; 
Aei-tvlenii Has fleiiorutiii', SUhi; c Inch French 
i^inili'iwci-. hoc. We ure Ihe largest iiiiiiiulactlii'- 
crs of Slerenplicon (liods III the wnrld, nnd oifei" 
you lb>i class new goods al lower prices than 
others ask for sceiun! hand I, ink. Mute Inr Cain- 
log lilni llsl iil-Sanir Slides. 

1IOSWKI.L JII'll. CO., 
1'*^ K. llanilolpli Si, thleaao. Ill, 

VO-KO 

SAVES PRACTICE. 

Vo-Kt) Is itie must plii'iiomniiul video culture of 
Hie musical wol'ld. VO-KO Increases your vocal 
power, roil lies LKu tone, saves llui lliuu, anvea Dm 
tall ami ilrmlgery or practice, clarifies, siisiuliis 
ami dcvolnps Ihe Voice. 

YO-KO. ilic wonderful voice ruliuru element doc* 
fur your voice what practice does for llui planlsi. 

V011 will receive uomtilntn ileserlpthui now freo 
and without coal, nut ft penny of expense to you; 
your mime and address brlnjiM II. 

PKOK. UWIIIIIK A. MATUF.lt, 
■ , ?l_ l i ,l, f". K .V« ChleuKOjJIjL^ 

AlLeution, Band and OrclicMtru Leaders! 

Da you want to Learn toCompoia ana 
Arrange *• ■ 

trial IumTi 
been taught 

do not convince /on ihalthl* Is Strictly Legit- 
imate, thou Tlmy are Free. Don't write au- 
la., you havo a thorough knowledge ol the radl- 
menta uf anisic., and ihan Oa.ine**. 



IK* Ma.lel If .0, *0Bd lie. flUinp for 

wm, Nntblug to pay until you save 
night Lcsnuns I. il and S. It these loaaosa 



u' u.un.u, nun ,..-»*■ uu.il.,.1. 

O. W. \VILCOX (llarinonl.t). 
IMU llinuiltvity, N. 



FOB SALE. 

P.iirt. Hound Top wltli l! ..ori.Mbhlln I'lecos, loft. 
Willi; liliift., Hoinai Tap with J ton. .Middle I'leecs, 
ion. Wall; 1 IVMU side Show Top, wilh Wall: 
I .".uxvi Top, with Walt; 1 ::.:.ki»i Tnp, wilh Wall; 
I '.on. Hound Top wltli .1 ami, .Middle Pieces and 
Wall. All III goml cniidllloli. Address . 

M. R. KUNKELY, 

lli.'l Wn.Hii St., New 1 orlt. 

WANTED QUICK. 

LEADING LADY. 

Also SOI HIIKT'PK and i.lbor pooiiln. 
FKANK Hlt.'ll STOb'K CO.. week Not . 11, 1'ilils, 
Tc\.; X'i> . I" " mk. Terrcl, Fii.x, 

FOR SALE OR LEASE; 

Tim I'lujs Unit kepi 1 he Klluiuy-llut'lllcr Co. Kant 
►fieii «iai-iiii.. II' inoal'li in nail plays, ivrlm 
In MolliiAX IIIIINF.Y, 

,',:: 1. 1-oriMl An:., link I'ark, III. 

LANTERNISTS. 

If tun w.iiii 11 Niiporl'ir ntnl noun, al inrht usn 

mi Il '-nkii ".\.i JU li lleueiulnr ami Sal iintliii'. Saves 
nwilih mill ealher. Tiiliiirinhirn II in ihe I'.S. A. 
will sell during iimiiiiIi m Nnveuitn'i' eoioiiluin 
i/iiillMcnd) iniiitiicli to let. for jtii iien ihilliirsi. 
Address I'.S. KliWAIllis,, Lindsay. Out.. Camilla. 

WAIMTKD AT ONOC 
Al ATTIlACTIOSiH TO OPKV 

THE ABBOTT 0P£RA HOUSE 

Al Homo, .V. Y.; brand now ami ap lo ihtte; seal, 
lug cup. "HO. Like to hc/ir rroiii .Mmsirel Oh, or 
Hep. 1 1 upon Nov, 1 ,, Address 

W. .!. AOIIOTT, Mgr. 

i-ln all mauers. The county 
Law anil Collection Aaa'u, 
Suite i«, world ii'l'g,, New lurk. 



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THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



November 4. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER 
»»> 

THE FRANK QUEEN PUBLISHING CO. (Llmltid.) 

rnornir.TcmB. 

ALBERT J. BOR1B, 

BMTOtttAL ASD RCHIKE88 MANAGER. 



oun Chicago letter. 



mou oca own corm'.si'ospent. 



SATURDAY, XOVKMBKR I, 190".. 



RATES: 

Advertisements— S2.S0 pec lack, single col- 
umn. 

Advertisements set with border, 10 pet 
««iu. extra. 

st itsijiui'TioN. 

One year In advance, $ 1 : sit months, $2 ; 
three moiilliH, |t. Foreign postage extra. 
Single copies will lie sent, postpaid, on re- 
ceipt ot in cents. 

Our Termi are Cash. 

THH CUPPER Is Issued every Wednesday 
morning. The last four (advertising) pages 

00 TO PRESS on Saturday at 11 a. m., and 
the other pages on MONDAY ond TUESDAY. 
(The Forma Cloalntr Froaaytlrt Tnea- 

«lii > . nt lO o'clock A. M. 
P'ensc remit hy express, money order, check, 
I\ O. order or registered letter. All cash en- 
closed with letter Is at the risk of sender. 
Address All Communication* to 

TUB NKW YOUK CLH'PBIt, 
, 47 West 28th Street, New York. 

Itcjlstcrcd C'ublo Aililrets, "Authobitt." 

THE WESTERN BUREAU 

Of Tin; Cmivhk Is located at lloom D02, 
Ashland Block, Chicago, Wllllutn K Bryan, 
rnauugcr und correspondent, where advertise- 
menu ami subscriptions ore received ut our 
tegular vutcB. 

THE LONDON BUREAU 

Located at 48 Crunbourne St., London, W. C, 
John II. Ciirncy, manager nnd correspondent, 
where advertisements and subscriptions are 
lecclvcd at our regular rates. 

Tub Curm can hh obtained, wnoLB- 
H ii.u AS'D detail, at our agents, Drentano'a 
news depot, 37 Avenue do I'Opera, Parle, 
Franco; M. Llllenthal, Frederick Strnsso 

001 (Terminus Hotel), Berlin, N. W., Ger- 
many; Diamond News Co., 1)7 l'rado, Ila- 
nui Muulla Book nud Stationery Co., 128 
F.scolln, Manila, 1'. 1.; Albert & Bon, 187- 
0139 King St., Sydney, Australia. 

THE XI J IV Vti KK t LI I'PI :il nnlillalica 
only one edition, and Unit la dated 
f roin New York. 

QUERI ES ANSW ERED!" 

No Id utiles by Mull or Telegraph. 

— — — — 
AUPIIKHSKH on wiii;iikai:uut8 NOT oivsx. 
'Al.l. IN UUKST Or SUCH H1IOUM1 WB1TH TO 
•rllOHB WHOM T1IKY NKEK, IN CARD OF TUB 
CLIPPER l'UHT OtTlCB. ALL I.KTTDR8 WILL 
»E AUVE1ITISKU ONK WIXK ONLY. I» TUB 
SOUTH 01' ANY TIUUTISICAI. COMrANT IS 
BOUGHT, IIBFUII TO Ol'l LIST OF KoUTKS 
ON ANOTHKIl l'AOB. Wl) CANNOT 3BND BOUTIB 
OY St AIL Oil TELKtWAFH. 

MHAMATIC. 

A. W., Cornwall. — We taw no knowledge 
Of rhe present whereabouts of the parly. Ad- 
dress n letter In cure ot lids iiflico uud we 
will advertise It In Tin; n.imtit letter list. 

C. P. S. T. k A. Co.. Detroit, 
Jilts. 11. D. O.. tilenford, 

, <;. W. L., Boston, .. 1.11 

Mm. K. 1!.. McK., rtrooklyu, 
'». 1\ I!., Chuiiibersbiirg. 

D. A. S., Womlsbero. and 

II. linos., Nashville. — Sec answer to A. 
W„ nliuve 

S. 31. 41., llostmi. — Address party us pur 
ruate lu this Issue. 

A. II It., Cambridge. — Address parly In 
euro of llir Brluseo Theatre, New York City. 

A. «'., San Francisco. — I. Address parly la 
cure of Tin; C't.U'i-i:it and we will advertise 
(he letter In our letter list. 2. Wc con fur- 
nish bnih tinuibers of Tin: Cliitku. 

IV. W. W., Ilosloii. — I. Address Clmrles 
Hni-tuii, rare of Wen & Ilarloii lllg Gaiety Co., 
as per nmh' In this Issue. - mid 3. Watch 
our route list each week. 

S. D., Memphis. — The party Is tint dead. 

I!. I)., Hutfulo.— We never answer queries 
Iclmlng lo Hie prlvuie life of any one. 

C. 1. I., lied ltnuk. — 4. There Is always 
iritiui fur a good performer. 2. It would de- 
pend upuu the merit of the work. 

A. S. T.. Columbus. — She Ik with the West 
it Voltes Co., pluylug lu "Jk 1'alr of I'luks." 
BASEBALL. 

IS. I. S,, ltrooklyu. — 1. Wc have no record 
hi' ISowcruuili ever hating caught even a 
higgle mow to ttusle's pitching. 2. Huwcr- 
iniiu's professional career began Willi Ihe 
Twin I'lly leant, of I lie liilcr-Slnte League, 
In IS','5. On June 1- Ills release was pur- 
chased by I lie Ilaltlmore (tab, of the Nn- 
tlniial l.i'iiglii > . ' ii lid he remained ill Haiti- 
liioiv lililir (lie Winter or INIrMSUS, when 
In' llgun-d lu u ileal Hint .sent liliu lo Pitts- 
lairg. He remained I here iiulll the Spring 
• H llinn. when he was transferred t<> the 
Mew Vert Club, and lias remained with Its 
leuai I'vi-r slure. .". liusle's lust seusou with 
New York was 1SUS. 

U1LLIAHDS, POOL, KC 

It C. W., Glcudlvo, Mod. — Your (piery 
l calls as follows : "A uml 11 piny it game ot 
pool, twenty bulls to constitute tho gume. 
11 niukes twenty-one balls, uud A says, you 
want one. more bull. I*. inuUcs a shut uud 
•sci-nlchcs." Then lie counts up, nnd UmD 
liti \mis nut. If he liud nut sliot. Now Ihe 
injesllDii Is dill lie will the gume or mil?" The 
j.111110 was llul^lu'd nheu !■ Iiail scored (well- 
ty-niii' ball.-, anil the fact Unit lie. II, iiniile 
nuolhcr slinl, and scralclicil, luul no brurlwc 
Miiiitever, In couseqiieuco of I lie fact (hut if 
ciifleil I lie gume when he hud scored twenty, 
une bulls. 

CAltDS. 

I.. & '/... Chicago. — In eusino n player tuny 
have tun lmllils on Ihe I able titoiie lime. 

IS. II., Utile Pulls.— Any slmlelit ilnsli 
mUHllmlrM wliu I Is soiiieliuies eiilled"n l'oyul 
Hush." The luller term llnds no place In 
hlaiulard works upon the game of poker. 
DICK. 

W. C Steubcnvlllc. — In ull dice sanies the 
^lx Is Ihe highest uud I lie nee (he lowest 
dice. >-'lve sixes me therefore better Hum 
live aces. 

MDiCKLL.WBOl'S. 

W. It. i:„ Itipnii.— The party laking the 
Jumiui'M! side nf the wuaer wlus. 

3. I,. 1!., Iluletl. - Address the Trow W- 
leetory Co., New York City. 

♦<-• 

Kwijui IIlai.y, nseiit for Magician Kellnr. 
writes: "Husluess hits been wouderful, nud 
Mr. Kellnr's iiiteilaluiueni l« uild (o mrfMM 
tniv nt Ids previous niferliigK, Ills newest 
llltndiHi. •Tlio WHeu. Ihe Sailer mm tin« t:n- 
i hunted Monkey." Is conceded to be the 
iciealeit e^iinnile of I tlu.l.n. neculilsin ev.T 
l/rodiiicd iu I hi.- coitulry." 



Wentern lliironu 
of the Xciv York <;il|i|ier. 

It mi in .VRC, A «li lii ml IllooU, Clilciiuii. 
I III. 2H. IlHI.'i. 

The horse «!io\v l.isl iyerk cut. Into innnn- 
L'.-iiiil prolilK lii nn small extent. There will 
be (ear change* nf bill mimng the down 
Intvti theatres next wi'ek. "The Karl and 
lite t;lrl" will retire front Ihe <!rsnd opera 
lliuivc, In ni.iki' K'l'in fur llirliiml Minis- 
lield nnd Hcblller's '■Hon (iirlos:" -The llelr 
in (he llnnrnli" will be ri'pliti'cd at the llll- 
ii. >ls l.v oIkii Ni'tl mill-, In "The Laby- 
rinth: I'lie Clii and the I'.andli" will sue- 

,.,.h1 "T,uiiy Teazle" at Ihe ilarrlik. and 
1'Tnrenee lllndli'v rmnes In the Great North- 
ern. In "Till' Hi'lle nf tin- WchI." 

Ii.i.in'oih Tiiimtiik I Will .1. Davis, ninnn- 
g«'f>.--"The llelr to the HooiaU" was n big 
liil at this lmtiKe, and played lo cnptielly 
himiiH'KH during lis stay twee. Olgu Nelher- 
jolc, on Did. lit, opens In "The Liibyrlntlt." 
The easilgeinenl is fur two weeks. 

I'owctts:' Tin:.vriti: i Hurry J. Powers, man- 
iiKer).--"ln Ihe kwajaii'ft .CairlMfU'" enters 
it|iott Km second mid lust week of what prom- 
ises la Ik- ii highly st;cresnful two weeks' 
engagement, Monday, ::n. 

IIABSICK TiltATili: (Sam P. Gersntl, man- 
nger). — "l.ady Teazle" closed Sundiiv. a>. 
"Tin.' Girl and the Itnndlt" conies for 1,0 uud 
week. 

McVickku'h Tiicvrm: (Geo. C. Wnrren, 
manager). — Monday night, "0, Illanchc 
WiiIkIi began tin: Inst week of her successful 
engagement In Clyde 1'Ttrli'n "The Woman 
lu (lie Case." 

Stciicii.ikki: Tiikatiu) fit. K. lliirmeycr, 
inuiiager). — "The Nnzui-enc" de|iarted Sntar- 
ilay evening. 'JH, nnd tills theatre will be 
closed for two weeks, reopening Nov. 1", 
wlllt "The Winning Girl," u play set to 
music. 

Colonial Tiuwtiir (Geo. W. l.edcrer, 
malinger). — Pay Templetou and Victor Moore, 
nnd "t*orty-llve Minutes from Uroudwny" aro 
still packing this house, and it Inoks now its 
If the engagement would lust until Christmas. 
The llflleth performance it week from Wed- 
nesday will Tie celebrated bv souvenirs. 

Ariirjiiiui'.u Thkatiik. — "Hiuupty Duinpty" 
i-fiitilmics the attraction at this house, lo big 
biislncsH. 

Giiand Opera Hoi-kk (Hurry Askln, mnn- 
tiger). — One of the hits of 'The Marl und the 
tlirl," which closed Us engagement hero Sat- 
urday. L'S, wus ileiiiard Dyllyn's Impersonn- 
(Imi of Hunker lillss. Itlehard MausUcld, III 
'•Don Carlos," opened Munilny evening, 20. 
The engagement Is for one week. 

Mrcat NOliTiicii.v 'ruiUTKR (Krcd. C. Elierts. 
ninniigcr). — Hap Ward nnd "The Grafter" 
played lo good business during Us stay of 
three weeks at this theatre. Pur week of ::il 
ITineare Illudley nnd "The Hello of the 
West" will be Ihe lit I rue I Ion. 

CillCAtjo UnSA llnl'SK (I.ynmn B. Glover, 
manager foe Kohl & Cnslle). — Business at 
Ibis liiiuse Is cmirnious. and "The Pink Hus- 
sars" Ik doubtless on for a run. Since the 
opening the east litis been strengthened and 
tin' various rules built up. 

Oi.vMi'ie TiitMTin: (Abe Jacobs, iniinager 
for Kohl & Cnsllei. — Itlllcd to upi>cui- fur 
Week ciininii'iiclng Munilny niiltlnee, :i(J : NTch- 
ulsou anil Morion, Violet Dale. Count Do 
Iintz and llrolher, Messenger Jloys' Trio, 
Nina Morris ami Co.. Iillls- Nmvbiii Trio. 
ItnniKcy Sbters. .lames II. Ciillen. Krcd nnd 
Annie Puinl. Master Slitter. l,.';imni.'s dogs, 
Keating uud Goodwin, aud Noblettc nnd 
MiirnhiiM. 

IIay.maiiki:t '1 iieatiie IW. W. Preranu, 
iDiimiger for Kohl .V: Casllei. — llcnglcr SIs- 
icrs, Miller Kent and company, Do Serrls 
pictures, Urn-ton nud Itmoks, Young and 
Itrooks. I'bvllls Allen. Martin and Itidgcwuv, 
W. V. Crcsswcll. the McCiirvcrs, Mabel Xny- 
Inr King, Cellini ltnbc. und Chus. Howlsou 
tire billed for week of !!0. 

1,\ bULME TiiEArnn (Albert Campbell, mnn- 
user). — "The Yankee Ilegent" is still mov- 
ing nlnns prosperously, regardless of all 
competition. It bus passed rhe century 
mark, and crowded houses rule nt every per- 
formance. 

Dunn TiiiAitit: (William Mocha, mntin- 
uer). — "A ltiico for Life" w«b tho attraction 
last week. Kor week beginning Suntluy mat- 
inee, L"J, "More to be l'lllcd than Scorned" 
will be the bill. 

Acapkmy f William Heche, manager). — "A 
Plghl: for Lo\»." wllli Hob l-'lt/.slmnions, was 
na atlriicllon Hint proved a lilt; drawing curd 
week of '.'". "Tho Smart Set," a compatiy of 
clever entertainers, who are great favorlles 
na this circuit, will appear hi a musical cuiu- 
eilv. with plenlv ot ,sungs. dances and dusky 
diunscls, will be I ho bill for week of 20.' 

Coj.miiiuh TliCATRi: (Welier Ilros., uiu lin- 
gers). — "Her Weddlug Day" pleased largo 
audiences nil lusc week. This week, "llii'.'o 
Daniel ; a Message from Jitrvis Section." 

Ai.ti.oiiuiA TlikATjiU (Jninctt II. llrowne, 
maimger). — "At Plney Hldge" enjoyed n suc- 
cessful CBgueeinont here last week. For 
week of 2S. Joe Welch, In "Tho Peddler," 
will be Ihe offering. 

llfsii Tcmpm: Thkatiik (rilhtauctli Seho- 
lier, innimger).-"The Ctrl I Led llehlnd 
Me" was well received Inst week. Kor week 
of SO, Hto Players' Stock Co. will npuear lu 
"The Ironmaster." I'lnero's ndaiiliitlna of 
George Illinois celebrated piny, ' Le Malliu 
tics Purges." 

T'wl-xty-si:cuxii Stiuxt Tiii'Atiid (Ike 
lllisini. intinuger). — Marlon's Aveuue Ilelles 
lluiies'iucrs will play "The Duke of Dun- 
dee" for Ilio coining week, -J. la which John 
llrngg will enact Ihe title rale, llurton and 
tiiinklu. In "The llero of Sun Juan Hill," 
will head the nllu. 

Tuof.UiKlti i Tiii:ati:i: i Harry 11. Hedges, 
lnutmgert. — Gayest Mauliaitan played to en- 
IHielty business week of 22. Por SN and 
week. Hurry Itryaufs Itiirlesiiiters. with (he 
Pour Nelson ('oinhuies, will be offered. 

I-'uI.i.y Tueatiu: i.loliu A. KeimesM-y. ninn- 
nger).--Thc P.roadwuy (Inlely Girls iwckcil 
1liis house ull last week. Da Iiorls, tlia 
Great, was an lidded attraction here week 
of 22, and caused a sensation with his uuir- 
volous sharp shooting exhibition. Tho press 
nnd ihe public declare (but litis Is one of Ihe 
greatest exhibitions of nuirksiiiiinsldp er«e 
prescnled, and when lie iippeurs In Clcvehnul 
lieM week lie will most likely iiii-cl wllli Iho 
Nunc reeejtllon un-orded him In I his city. 
Knr week of SO, (he Jolly t:lrls will mate 
their llrst upneuramv. 'ITie lwu burlesiiaes. 
"Alt Honest l'ollllcliiu" and "A Tempest In 
» Tea House'' will be prescutcd. These two 
numbers eonluln lunuy of Hie latest song hits. 
Nov. M and week, lunui-'iil Maids. 

I*i:i>i'I.v:'n Tui:atku (Joseph Pilgrim, man- 
ager). — "The llomeseekers was given U'* 
llrst prrsenliillon Mnuiluy, S3, Kor week of 
BO, the lVo|ile's Slock Co. will present lloyt's 
"A TeiniH'raiiee Town." which will bo re- 
called us an amusing comedy with the occa- 
sional slabs and pathos, 

liow.niii Ttnuxaa <M. Magnus, umuager). 
— Piiigrumnie for wivk of 80: Warsaw Ilros., 
ritesler. Uohby Mack. Drown ami Wrlghl, La 
/are and I.n Ztire, Harry Lc Roy nud Ira 
Guy. 

NCW AiisTKiili.isi Tiii:atiu: (Prank It. 
Maple, luiiiiiigcri.— Hill for .'SO uud week: 
I 'elisor's dogs. La Itcnos, (be Savoys. Kat- 
ci'iilus, McClusky. Taylor and llrcuoaii, Mat- 
garH Sevemneo nnd Ilidu Walker. 

l'nni:iili>N TilCATBD t.lohn II. Iloguii. man- 
tiger). — "The (Jueeii of the While Slaves" 
was the Idll week of 22. "King of the OiiUnu 
Plug" 20. uud "Yoiiug IttiffitUt. Klug of the 
Wild West." will folluw week of Nov. 7. 

vans tiiutk t win h. smltiu muua- 
gcr). — An nil star specialty Mil Vf colored 
vaudeville cnlorrnlnrrs will appear nt this 
Iiiiukc week of f!0. ltusinei..i ai iliiu llienlre 
is very good. 

I.omsin Dihb Mi st.i: (William Sweeney, 
malinger).-- -The following are lo lie seen In 
the curio hull week vt SJOi Nolanleiiutlo's 



Kalian Hand, Harney Nelson, Ihe iirinless 
painter; Gfrnlrllne, Juggler; Albert Iler- 
luanii. tattooer. ana AlfMeyer's.. trained 
inoukevs: Jn 'the tbestre: Alice Barry. 
Jennfo Wright, Trlxlc l'flle, Gin I^c, nnd 
HitH'a moving pictures. 

Clark Struct Mrsnfu (I^iuls M. Hedges, 
ntr.nngori. — Popular rate will decide a wick 
ami wine dancins contest in wlile.b twenty 
women will conipelc nest week, other fent- 
Ores are: Vulva, magician: Prances Karris, 
glass dancer, and John I'adden, the man 
wlm never laughs. 

AiTF.nMATil. ' — Managers I'rank Winter, 
Crystal Theatre. Milwaukee: John Connors, 
Calumet Theatre, Smith Chicago: Harry It, 
Summers. Oread Theatre, Marlon, Ind. : 1'. 
K. Stunner. Temple Thealre. Port Wnyue, 
1ml.; riiiirehlll k Davis, were CLU'fEK Bu- 
reau callers week ending 211. ns were also 
Ihe following vaudeville performers: Kny, 
Coley ami Pay, II. J. Fargo, Dick Conn, I'rank 
Duck, iioltr Ilros.. Frauds Leonard, Kredo 
and Dare. I'assnril nud I>e Vera, I.twsnn 
Itraau Splljer and J'ltlman. Coleman nnd 
Mexis, llnhby Mack, Hobby Kemp and Knlli- 
'■rlne Pearl, Hilly Knrtliijiiake, Violet Old. 
the Two Hays, Luce and Luce, Dm ton nnd 
Itankln. til.iilys Carlton. Cameron and Flnn- 
nigaii, (he Itiiiidolphx, Tom Kiplcy, Viilcellii, 
Mlett, the Savoys, Green aud Ihtrton. Cecil, 
Iliirly, Neff una Miller, the Ouivh. the De 
Aeos, Castnllcty and Hall, Col Bovedcry, 
I Hi Lnris Hie Great, Pay De Loss, llcnglcr 
Slsiers. Phyllis Allen. West and Van Sicleu, 
llurton nnd Brooks, W. I\ Creswell, -Dan Lit- 
nionl. Nnuilin, Mixuno, M.iuu/. nud Muzctle, 
Fogcrly aud Brown. Patsy Doyle, Howley 
nnd Leslie. Mme. Colgrovc. Ilosa Lee Tyler, 
Wi'idiu ond Cloddish, the Two James, Smith- 
ern Slslei-s, Charles llbwlson, Sam Myers, 

Job Harris and Ilusley nud Itostelle 

Col' . of Cole and Johnson, was token 111 this 
week while playing the Haymnrket Theatre, 
iind lliev will lie repluMsl lu St. Louis, nt 
the Columbia Theatre, for week of Oct. .'in, 

l>y Pay, Oiley and Pity The Wilson 

Trio passed through tills city Wednesday, on 

Utelr way to Little Iloek Col. Hopkins 

left tills city for St. Louis and Louisville 
Tliiitwihi.v. ''ul Ilepklr.s will locate peruia- 

iiriii.iv iii Chicago .Muiiuger Krnnk It. 

Tate, of St. Louis, has been In Chicago alms! 

lust Thursday Martin Heck left for 

New York City Monday, Oct. 2.'1. to lie gone 

for one week Kdwnrd. C. Dayman aud 

Jake Sioni.nl arc now lit charge of the book- 
ings of the uew houses taken In recently by 

the Western Managers' Aesocluliou. .' 

Jake Slernad will leave this city Monday, 
."u>, to attend the opening of the Lyric The- 
atre, TertB Haute, Ind., owued by Messrs. 

llnelTer nud Banhydl Lucy und Lucier 

niien mi Hie Orpiiciini circuit Nov. IP, at Suu 
Francisco Muitd Kockwcll made a tre- 
mendous lilt on her return engagement at 
llir Itoniluloii Tlieulre. Winnipeg, week of 

Oct. 23 W. W. I'reeliuin, manager of 

the Hiiymnrket Tlicatre. was suddenly culled 
lo Columbus, his home, lust Thursday, 
owing lu the Illness of his mother. 

Pram I n I.c Marche and her tuirtuer, 

"Tlge." ure laying off In this city. Will re- 
main In vaudeville the coming season 

John P. McGrtul bus opened a suite of offices 

hi the Chicago Opera House Building 

Siuiili nnd I'm ilcc sail for Lundou next week, 
where they open nt the Palace on Dec. -I. . .. 
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kelcey were L'i.ii'i-i;u Bureau 
cnlli.-rs Friday, nnd will shortly open uu the 

Kohl it Cuslle tour lvugelie Chile left 

fur Pittsburg Inst Saturday, uud returned In 

lids city Tuesday, Oct. 21 Snuuldjiig, 

tnc tramp acrobat, has booked cntislderublu 
Western time, and will not return lo Ihe 

Mart for several m. in lis I'utsy Doyle 

will piny Sullivan & I'oiisldiue's Theatre, 
MluuealHilis, week of Oel. :'.i». lllhet- Ihiok- 
tngs on this circuit will keep lilm engaged 

until Murch, lllUli Auierlcus Comedy 

Pour arc booked ut Ihe Majestic Theatre, Hot 

Springs, week of Del. :it> Kd. Christie 

was n Ci.ii'i-iat lliireuii culler this week, and 
Informs me Hint he will shortly start on a 
vaudeville tour, which will take iu twenty- 
eight weeks' consecutive work Mr. and 

Mrs. Juhu T. Powers will present llielr 
new sketch, "The Players." In vaude- 
ville, for the remainder of this season-. 

Kslcllltu nnd Slgnor Gubordnn were the 
features of Hie Olympic programme week of 

L'.'i Heat ili i- Sherinuii has signed with 

"Loveland." which will stnrt on the road 

in about two weeks ( Enslave Bordlne 

wus I Ci.ll'i-i:it lli|t-enii culler Friday, lid 
expects to start for California lit ubout a 

month Miibel Burdliie will play vuudc- 

vllle dates lids seusou. and Is now arrang- 
ing for u tour ul die Oi-plieinii and Kohl & 
(,'iistle elrciills. Ilollliui-k and Pitmuetlu 
have ln'cu playing the Chicago vaudeville, 
bouses for Iho past three weeks. .... .Man- 
ager lfarry Liturenre, of Iho Cook Pnrk The- 
alre, Kvnusvlllt', Intl.. was a CLirt-iat Bureiiii 
caller Oct. 24. nnd reports u most prosper- 
ous season for bis park. 
. — ■ ».♦ 

MlltH AMI, 



MASSACIILSETTS. 



Dnliliiinre. — Henrietta Crosnmn will be 
seen la "Mary, Mury, (Julie Contrary." at 
Kurd's (Clmrles K. Kurd, inuuager) week 1m- 
glnuing Oct. SO. 'Tho Wizard of Oz" main, 
milled Its good record S3-3& Nov. ti, ltlch- 
ard'Cut-le. In "The Muyor of Toklo." 

Ac.vin.MV (Nixon Jt Zliiiiiienuau, mana- 
gers i.— The appearance, ".0. of Maude Adams, 
III "l"eter Pan, is nu event of much interest. 
Viola Allen appeared last week. In "Th3 
Tnnst of Hie Town." Wright Lot liner brings 
"The Shepherd King" Nov. <i, for two weeks. 

A t.llA cull's (Unber; K. Irwin, miinugeri. 
— "The 1 hilling of the Gisls" ojieuM ;ip, wllli 
Percy Haswell and Ilobrrl l\ Haines. Lloyd 
Itlngh.-ltii clostsl ^S. In "Ireland. I7!>8." Mrs. 
Plske, lu "Leuli Kleseluia," Nov. (I, 

Ai.mjokii . ji i.li'ines L. Keriuin. mann- 
aer), — '-Tom. Pick and Harry" week o( Oct. 
BM. "Bankers and llrokers" did well 23-28. 
Nov. ti, "In New York Town." 

'MAMTLASD (James U, Kcrnnn. manager). 
--Week of 3D: Murphy nud Nichols, the 
'Three Seldom*;, Bloom uud Coo|ior, James 
lticbmoiid Glvuroy, Hello Hathaway, tku 
Villugc Choir, und Perry Convey. Cecilia 
Loftus proved a slroug inugtiet lust week. 

ll'H.i.tiivv Strhi.t (George W. Hlfe, mun- 
nger).- ""Danwrs of Working Girls" opens 
311. "The Ninety uud Nine" closed 2S. 
"K'ght Hells" returns Nov. «. 

Hi.axi:v's (Charles KL l'-laitey, eutoagrr). 
— "A Girl of Ihe Slreels" o|a-lis SU. "Child 
Slaves of New York" did well 23-2S. "1'lght- 
iutr l-'nle" Nov. 0. 

MoNL'MU.NTAL (Juuics I,. Kei'iiun. luaiia- 

5er). — The New Cenliiry Girls ."p. Tho 
Jerry Muldens had a big week, closing •_•>(. 
ItUtfD (Jones & Craft, nunmgcrs). — "The 
Mblnlglit I'.spress" 30. "llviirtu of the Blue 
UMgeP closed 2S. 

Lvuu: (B. L'lrli'h, manager). --Alice Niel- 
sen, In two performances of "Don Pasuuulc," 
Nov. (I. 7. Mine. Calve 11. 
♦ ■ » 

MAINE. 



Portland. — At the JcCersou (Cnhn & 
Grant, mutiagers) "Ben, of Broken Bow," 
wllli Franklin Wodnin". drew moderate busi- 
ness. Del. 2.I. Chevalier Gargullo's Coatvit 
Band played before two very fair sized audi- 
ences -U. "Buster Drown" drew sood patron- 
nge 27, 2S. Kennedy Stock Co. 30 and 
week. 

Pouri.ANn (J. K. Moore, mnuager). — Busi- 
ness has been extra good. I'.noKeil ;>d ami 
week: Bed Ilaven Cadets, May Yokes uud 
company, Burke and Dcnmscy. Kern's mlatle 
rtog. May Belfort, Durbyolle Sisters and tho 
Magtalrrt. 

♦ «» ■ 

.V-\xA KrN-wteK, "Tho Aaaerlraa Coon 
Singer." has signed for the second has role 
In .Mtilisd, the Sailor." nt the Islington 
Grand Theatre, London, with (he continent 
lo follow. 



iinsinn. — Musical atlrnctlooa predomin- 
ate in the prlnelpnl changes for Ihe new 
week.. Ilenrv W. Savage's Bngllsh Orand 
OtH>ra Co will occupy the Tremont, and 
"The Duchess of Dnnttle" will Is; beard at 
the Hollis. The Globe offers ".Me. Iilm and 
I." nnd the Grand Opera House "Queen ot 
the Highbinders." Strong offerings nnd line 
weather made business good at all Ibc play- 
shops last. week. 

TCKMONT TllCATIlK (Jno. P.. SeluvelTcl, 
mnnngcrl. — Henry W. Savnse's English 
Grand Upera Co. will hold forth the current 
fortnlgbl at lids house for sixteen perform- 
ances. The present week will be devoted lo 
"Aide." "I^ihengrln," "Illgolello." 'Tnnn- 
bnuser." "fji Boheme" and "t'nust." 'The 
College Widow" departed last Saturday 
nlislit. after ten weeks of immense business. 
Baymond Hitchcock, In "Easy Dawson," will 
come Nov. 13. 

Hoi.i.is BTBKCT Tiikathi: (Isaac It. ltlch. 
manager). — "The Duchess nf Danlzle" will 
constitute (he offering nt this house for two 
weeks, commeuelug Monday evening, Oct. 
:to. Kvle Greene bus the leading female role, 
and Holbrnnk Iilliiu Is seen as Naixtlcnn. 
oilier nlayers of note In the ciuupauy an!: 
Wallace ltrownlow, Frank Cn-ene. Louie 
Sargent nnd Elizabeth Klrth. Good houses 
ruled during Henrietta Crosmaa's two weeks' 
engagement, in "Mary, Mary. Qolle Con- 
trary." Lulu Glaser will give u» our llrst 
views of "Miss Dolly Dollars" on Nov. 1". 

Park Thkatue (Cbns. Frohuiau, ltlch k 
Harris, manager*). — "The Lion and the 
Mouse" continues as Hie attraction the cur- 
rent week. The play has been most favor- 
ably received by big nndlcuccs, and a success 
is the verdict of all who have seen It. Grace 
Pulsion nud Edmund Breese scored indi- 
vidual hits, und the work of ttlchnrd Bennett 
Is also worthy of note. Next week brings 
Lawrence D'Orsay, In "The Embassy Boll." 

Colonial Tiieatiii: (Cims. Krohmau, Rich 
& Harris, muuagers). — Two weeks of ca- 
pacity business has been credited to Krltzl 
Sclieir. iu "Mile. Modiste." Her third and 
last week is now under wuy. .'The Prodigul 
Sou" will come fur a furluiglit, beginning 
Jionday. Nov. 0. 

Huston TilEATitH (Lawrence MeCarty. 
manager). — lien man Thompson, In "The Old 
Homestead," Is now lu Ills fourth aud Dual 
week hen*. The present engagement has 
been a highly successful one la every way. 
George Primrose nnd his mlnBlrels will enter- 
tain natrons week of Nov. 0, and 13 will 
see "Babes In Toyland." 

M.ukstic Thbatbk (Stair k Wilbur, man- 
agers). — "As Y'e Sow" starts upon its fourth 
week Monday evening, Oct. 30, with blx office 
Indications pointing to a continuance of 
crowded houses. The engagement Is Indefi- 
nite. 

Glork TtnUTBK (Sfnir & Wilbur, nmiin- 
gorsl. — "Me, Him nnd I." with James K. Sul- 
livan. Billy W. Walson uud Arthur Wltllc- 
ht« I'caluriHl. Is the week's attraction here, 
opening Jionday afternoon, for lilue per- 
formames. During the past week Billy H. 
Van. lu a new edition of "The Errand Itoy." 
nttracled g.md sized bouses. Next week, tltt 
ltavs. lu "Down the Pike." 

Guavii OintA Iloust: (George YV. Magi-e. 
manager). — "ijuet-u of Hie Highbinders" will 
relgu here Ihlic week. A feHliire of Ihe per- 
formance will be the appearance of ('apt. 
Kelly's Zouaves. "Why Girls Leave Home." 
ns demons! ruled here last witk by an ex- 
cellenl company of players, was enjoyed by 
bit; aiidienees. Next week's card Is "For Ills 
Brother's Crime." 

('•.nTU SiK'Aci: TllEATBE (Uoston SUige 
'society. Iilllliai'irs). — "Mueh Ado About 
Nolhiug," the llrst of u series of Shakes- 
pearean plnys to be given at tills bouse tills 
season. Is being plnyei! by the stock coiii|juiiv 
t Ills week. John Craig uud Lillian Kemble 
lmvc the lending imils, and others la the 
cast are: John Waldron, Wlllurd Howe. Murk 
Kent. William MeVny and Mary Young. 
"Cbicpatrii" was well presented the past fort- 
night. For week of Nov. 0, Gillette's 
"Secret Service." 

Kam Tiikatrk (Lindsay Morlson. nimi- 
ager). — A revival of the drama, "The Fa- 
foreseen." engages the stock forces this wee':. 
A line production of "lllcburd Curve!" pleased 
great, numbers of patrons last week. How- 
ell Hunsel, In the tllle rote, lidded to his 
Isiirels. us did also Mury Hall, Frank Losee, 
Nut Joues, the Messrs. Byrne. Nlcauder, Sen- 
ley. Hnssun and Evnrts, uud the Misses Sun- 
ders, Berkeley. Mituola aud Tilbury. Next 
week, "Two Llllle Sailor Hoys." 

BuWlioiN Sol auk TncATtit; IG. E. Lnlbrop, 
nuiiiugerj.- -"The World" Is the current bill. 
In which the popular stock cuuiuuny Mill hu 
seen ut Us hesl. "Nobody's I'lnlm,'' with 
Charlotte Hunt and Charles Miller In the 
lend, deserved and was rewarded bv full 
houses last week. In rekcursul, "Driven 
from Home." 

Kkitii's Thkatiik (B. P. Kcltb. manager). 
— The Six Musical Cultys and Murshull P. 
Wilder feature this week's bill, on which is 
the fdlowlug excellent army of varlclv 
enlerlahiers: 'ihe Five Motvatts. Thomat 
J. ltyan and Mary lilehlleld, Joe Belch- 
en's d-igs. Jewell's luillilklli.s. I.ew yJullv, 
Augusta Glose, Paulzcr Trio, the Chamber- 
bilus. Sliungupavl. Fnrring<loa and Clarice, 
Chadwlek Trio, the Arinstrougs and the kl- 
netngruph. Htil Duvis aud Inez Macauley. 
In "Pals." was lust wink's feature act. nnd 
Hie Nnvajo Girls. Ward and Currau, Edwin 
Kcnitgb anil company. Slay Belfort nnd the 
Vnldares nlso wou particular favor. S. 11. O. 
Is the rule here. 

IIuwaiio Atiiknacum (Carl D. LaUtreo, 
business mnmigeri. — Opening Monihiy after- 
noon. Oil. 30: George B. Alexander. Myles 
McCarthy and company. Wills and Ilassoit, 
McCne mid Cnhlll, Cherry and Hales. AI. 
Curlelon, the Znrnes, Ha Dell and Corbley, 
Miiilohi aud Smith, Clemo and Cjisselfs, 
Henry Meyers uud new motion pictures. The 
bouse burlesipiers will iin'sent the ucw skit, 
"Would YoUV" Ex vol lent business results 
from ..ic presentation of line vaudeville and 
burlesque bills ut Ibis bouse. 

PALACE Thkatiik (Charles H. Wuhlron. 
miinugeri. — Hob Miinchesler's Cracker Juck-s 
provld" the eiirrrnt euterlainmenl. Headed 
by Hob Van Osleti. I lie cotupiitiy iiresenls Iwo 
bm'ctl.is "Tin: Itmtzlf Uuxalu Girls" und "Na- 
ture In Marble Hull." A good olio uiiiues: 
lleuulug, Lewis iind Ilcuulug, Llllhin Held. 
Cleiueuso liriis., the Lilurkers and Slie|ipunl 
Cniup. A gmid ]H<i'furiiiHUci! was given bv 
the ^'nnlly h'alr Co.. iind full houses gave 
evidence of enjoying the fun. 

CoLl'Mui.v TiiKArtti; (Hurry N. Farn-n, 
nmnuger).— Tom Miner's Ilidicuiliin llur- 
lesipters bold the buatds of this bouse the. 
current week. The show consists of a two 
net musical farce, culled "A Bohemian 
Branty," In which Audy (iurdnor. W. II. 
Ward, Will Browning, Cha*. Klug. Henry 
I*vls, (.'has. O'Connor, Jim Mahonev, Draco 
Tremont and Adelaide Leeds arc concerned, 
nnd vnuduvllle Is offered bv King and Tr»- 
mont. the Drownings. All. Hunter and All, 
Ida NTcolnl, Will IL Wnrd aud the Orpheinn 
Trio. iJist week. Miner's American.- plnved 
to crowded houses, uud gave good satisfac- 
tion. 

Lycki'M Tiii.ATiiK (G. II. Batcheller, man- 
agerl. — Phil Slurldnn's City Sports Co. 
should enjoy prosperity here this week with 
the following strong bill provided: The bur- 
league. "All iu one Night," with specialties 
by Ot» d a Sheridan, Mutl Schaefrr. Dan 
Evans, Dave Hilton, Pbll Anpcl, Mike Rey- 
nolds, Flossie Gaylor and others. l:oblo'"s 
Knlckerlsickers prospered last week. 

Acktin k Sroxc's Must: t'M (A. B. While, 
raanngcr). — This la children's week nt this 
popular resorl. nuil Iho uiunngctttcnt has se- 
cured, an an e«ra nlirncllon. Lilt la 
"Sweetie" Beaman's troupe of educated 
ponies for a curio hall card. Other acts 
arc: The Snnkerlnos. contort Innlsls, nnd Da- 
vanie, prtwe of llnliau ronjuren Htage 



show: Powell's Musical Maids, f.uturli, ■ 
Ida ond Gcrtrdtic Campbell. Vivian Bit'. 
nard. Grace Fairbanks. Marlon Cleyelaml 
Miriam Marlell, llac Irvine. Cora Kvelvu' 




Hob Morris, nnd McAvoy and liugkcV 
Business continues grent. 

WALKFns M(SE(K (L. B. Walker, maua- 
eer). — Curio hull i -week of Oct. ;tO: Flossie 
Iji Blanche, female Snudnw: Herman Pa- 
yclte. trick blcvelliu ; the Ilenrinorcs. aoveliv 
mush-nl act: 1. W. Coffey, Barnum's skele- 
ton dude ; l'rof. Edwards, and Mile. June 
palmist. In the theatre: Nellie llurtfnrd's 
lliirlesijiiers. and the Walkcrsco]ie. X«l 
week. Iltirteit aud IMcrcc, champion lady 
arreatMra, are announced. 

Nii.'KKl.noi:ox ft« K. (.'berrv, manager) - - 
Curln ball ft attires nre: Kid nnd Hazel 
Parker, featherweight wrestlers ; P.-nnab.isi 
ku'H bird and dog cirrus, Itnraey Ives, ma- 
glriau, uud eight young Indies. In * s| ml - 
rins contest. Stage ahow: Cisik and Cook 
Naaoa and Ilosmer, Caroln linger, Ites«|.' 
Bene. Minnie Hassett, Itose N'orrls, Marie 
St. Clnlr, Pnrkcs and Morau, and Eddie 
Glcuone. 

Notes. — Sunday concert bills Oct. IIP- 
Uogioii Tlicittre — Toiu Nnwn and cuupauv. 
J. Francis Dooley and cumpuuy, Gn-at lii 
BelD, Crunch and Itlcbards. Amv Allen. Ken- 
nolle and Patterson, the Krlghuins and tlm 
Elite Trio. Olobe— Billy Is. Yan and Ij.esJ 
Iteaauiont, Ralph Ciiiuinlngs nud cuuipuii.v. 
I.uigl Bros.. Ilcunlngs, Lewis and Hcnahts?, 
Monroe Sisters, I'clc t;rlflln und Ihe Bowl- 
lugs. .1/uitalte-^-Y'un uud Beaumoiil. Wllsvn 
and llelolse. .Toseplilue Atuiims. George C 
Davis, the Dclmore*. J.'uis Trio. Anderson 
nnd Golnes. nnd C. W. Llttleticld. liowdi-in 
titfiwrc — K'ngsley and Lewis, George II 
Wood, Piccolo Midgets, Tyre, and Jcrinon 
Kelly and Reno, Fields and Hanson. Max 
Hitler, Ihe Cannons. Demonlo uud Belle 
Smith a in'. Began. Bob Morris nud Lizzie 
(Jit. 'J'rcmont — Elks' third concert : tins 
Williams. Fltzglbbon, Morse and Drls- 
lanc. Great La Utile 1 . Saudow uud Lambert. 
Anlc Carter, (he Kalclilfcs, Ihtlclle Chll- 
drcu, Lulgl Fitr.iro Troupe and Phil Morton. 

'lite Drill-Nelson light pictures will 

be continued this week tit the Bub Theatre 

The It-lilt Ladles' Choir of Imblln will 

beglu a wivk's engagement at Symphony Usll 

next Sundnv evening Garghilu's Hand 

played ut Symphony Hall lust Sundnv even- 

iiig lerome 1\. Jerome read from Ids 

own works, and wns well received ut tlic 
Hollis Sln-et Theulrc Tlitirsdur ufleriutuii, 

Oct. 2li The Boston Sytupliouv t Mcir- 

tette will piny ut Jordan Hull Oct. iio 

Manager Morlson. of the Kiujilre:' Stork <t>., 
will return to Ihe stage for the production 
of "The Crisis." which will soon be put ou 
st the Empire. 

» 

Worcester. — At the Worcester (J. F. 
Itoek. resident manager i Prill Nelson pictures 
ivt. St. Kyrle Bellow :w, "Iten, of Broken 
Bow," III: David Kessler. Morris MusHkt- 
vllz and Suuitel Thoraberg. lu a Y'lddlsb 
presciitiitloii of "Kri'ittzer Simula.'' Nov. •) ; 
•The College Widow" '.'. "Why Girls Ia-.-iv.: 
Home," Z, 4. Savage's English Grand Opera 
Ci>. Oct. 'Si, St. drew excellent Itatninuge. 
"The Ijtnd of Collon" was \vc|| recrived 37. 

Kkanki.ix Svr.'.ia: (.1. F. Burke, resident 
manager). — Week of :ai, Mub-oliu Williams 
and his slock, Im-hidlng Kktrritcc Heed, will 
prisluce "Too Much Jolmsun." Ijisl uii-k 
lite company produced "The Christian" ill a 
very liulshed attd enilllaUe uniilu-r. lo exroi- 
lent returns. "Aladluuc Suns Genu" next 
»'«.Tk. 

Pai:k (A. T. Wilton, niamigeri. — Wick of 
.10: Willie Eekslelu, Seven Allisons. G:il- 
lugber uud Barrett, Jack Norworlh. liOitl.se 
Dresser, the Alberlys, Klngsley and Lewis, 
and tlio kluetncraplL Business Is exrelleiil. 

I'oi.i's (C. W. Fonda, resident manageri. 
— Week of ",0: lCniiiielt Corrlgan mid com- 
pany, in "The Card Parly;" the runt us v. 
'•The C.lrl hi the Clouds:" Neil Nye uud 
D'Arvllle Sisters. L.iulse Henry aud coiu- 
puuy. In "That Sal Skinner Girl ;" Marlowe. 
Phinkltt company, in "A Ia>ssoii 111 Sbakr- 
siieitnt :" Syduey Grunt, Pewitl. nud Ihe 
electro -ro pit. Business Is to coulluual S. 

K o. 

Pai.acb. — Week of ."0 : Sniith and Rcuguu. 
Iaiii La Clair anil llelr* West, Freda Lun- 
( aster. Hurry H. Liud. Felix Martin uud 
Mantle Dovle. Tliu blirlesipie is "I'eiicbis 
ami Cr-im." Nor. 1, Pmr. Mike Wlllard. 
of Sprlnglii.'hl. will itteel Peter (louletle, lu- 
cid : Kor. 3, Kid Turlington, of l'-ostuu. will 
loeel Fr'itz Hanson, local. Business is at 
par. 



Lowell. — At the Lowell Opera House 
(lay Bros. & Hosford, mauugers) the Roe 
Stock Co. pleased, to very jjuod business, all 
lust week. Dot Knrroll Co. Oct. .'10 uud week. 

Acaukmy or Mi Mi (lltiiitliiglou A lieDeyn. 
managers). — The house wiis nut large enough 
last week for the crowds who wished tu see 
"As a Man Sows." given by the stock com- 
pany. Mr. llunllugiou made big success, 
nnd Isnliel Fletcher. Mnbellc Estelle. liuiiahl 
Meek. Howard Kussell, Marie Curtis uud 
Alexander Gaden gave excellent support. 
This week, 'The Christian," with Scverlii 
De Deyu. "When We YYcrc Twenty-one" will 
folluw. 

Boston (J. II. Tebbetts. manager). — The 
usual 8. I!, o. business lust week. The slm-h 
company Is making big hits in burlcst|iilug 
IKiptilur plays.' und "The Country Store," is 
n si mug magnet. Current: Kennelle and 
Puderson. Will Iji Belle. Wood und Berry. 
Euuynu Sweel. Dictt and Miirlit. und the 
Ilosloii I'lnwopc. featuring "Stolen by Gyp- 
sies." Tlie Sunday concerts please. S. It. 
O. business 

Pr.ocxc'sj (II. A. Woodward, manager). — 
Good business lust week. Ciirn-nl : The 1a>w- 
erys. Jink Murphy, Kittle llolduuU, Hay 
Ellis, Gertie Kolu uud the biugruplt. After- 
piece, "What It TIs It." The Sunday con- 
cents are drawing big. 

1'ai.acu — This house opened under new 
mcnngeinen; lust wwk. aud Fred Cbagnoii 
has been rel allied to direct the stage nuilas 
Ktoi-k cumedliiii. 

Aiu-Aiu: («icn. W. Ciircv. nutnuger). — 'Ill's 
numsc-incut Jiu 1 1 bad a big npeiilug lust week, 
aud Is cntcrlulnlng big crowds. 



Fall Itlvrr. — At the Academy of Minic 
(Culm & Graul. manugrrst "When lYu Were 
Twcuty-uuc"' wns presented Oel. 2-1, to fulr 
n-lurns. James O'Ncll. 'Jo, played lo fair 
business. Chnuucey Olcolt ulttaclcd a geod 
slzetl and enthusiastic audience 20. Kyrle 
Hellew. 38, utlraetisl Iwo fair slued Inane.-. 
Slicpnrd's moving pleltircs pleased lurge an- 
dieuces 'JO. Brltl-N'clsou moving tiletiin-s .".0. 
SI, "Tracy, the Outlaw," Nov. J : Ourguilo 
lluud 2. 'The Ijind tif Cotton" 4. Colonial 
Stock Co. 0, "Under Southern Skies" S. 

Hhekdy'k Bijou (C. E. Cook, manager). — 
A very good bill was presented here lost 
week, to good husluess. Bill week of ,"l> ■ 
Creo, Pour Uiuiioo. Andy McIaKmI. Young anil 
Devoir. Ilawlhomc nnd Burt. Edeslus, Julie 
Ring and couipunv and canieragniph. 

Casto (AI. Huyues, manager). — Business 
Inst week, with Gallagher nnd iturrell lop- 
ping B slroni; bill, was up lo a good average- 
Hooked for ytt and week: Vivian Hhiekburn. 
nssislnl by Svlvln li-i-ilier and tiunpauy - 
Vnlduro Troupe, EHa-Fyvc Dcueh. Fratu-elli 
unci bowls. Charles Keutia. Peter linker. 
MiB.ney and Holbein mid klnetograpb. . 
. Nn KfLOOKfiN. — Good business. Bill we'k 
of yo: Uaycioud and Sarlonia. Melrose uml 
Elmer Jackson, Cotes and St. Peter, Goffiuud 
Connors and optiecope. 

» ■ 

Lynn. — At Ibe Lynn (P.O. Harrison, ma" 
aget) tho Casgrove SloA played to a goon 
business week of Oct. 23. H&mmersteln Spe 
clalty Co. week of 30. Introducing the Taylor 
Twin Sbters, George C. Davis, Josepliim- 



NOVEMBER 4. 



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\mure and Mile. Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. 
Veil Litchfield, Frnnk Byron ami Louise Lnng- 
don Al Anderson and Joe Goloes, Tony Wil- 
son and Mile. Helolso, and tho moving pic- 
tures, showing "Baffles." Colonial Stock Co. 

""VditoiJu'M (Hurry Katies, manager).— 
niislness is up to the capacity. This week's 
hlir Barrows ami Lancaster Co., Mabel Cn- 
rcw'nnd C.ortlo Hayes, Jessie lloutwoll, Joliu 
•ad Bertha Olcason and Fred Houlihan. Wal- 
ters and I'runlv, Kennedy nnd Quntrclll, Mr. 
end Mrs. Mark Murphy' and the vltnseopc. 

Hem [C. W. Sheafe,' manager). — Business 
list week was big. Current : Karle and Bari- 
lla* Dcmonln and Belle, the Alvnrotta Trio, 
Adn'ms and Mack, Master Willie Baum and 
ihe bioscope. , 

Saixm TnEATnn, Salem, (fl. IT. Ch.eetb.ira. 
manager).— The James Kennedy Co. play*! 
in excellent business week of 21'. The Cos- 
-rove Stock Co. :il and week. "The Isle of 

Spice" at). 

i 

SiirlnttftVlil. — At the Court Souare (D. 

(Tiltnore. manager) the Savage Ornnd 
dnera t'". delighted hie music loving audi- 
rnees Oct. 28. Krroll Dunbar, In "Sherlock 
Holmes," 2.1, pleased. "The Duchess of Dant- 
ylc" 27, drew well. Irelnnd's Shamrock 
Iland .'l», Kvrle Bellow Ml, "Ben of Broken 
Bow" >'ov. i, "Tho Pearl nnd the Pumpkin" 

" New Cii-mokb (P. F. Shea & Co., mana- 
-crs)'.-- "A Stranger in a Strange Land," last 
week, by the slock company, kept Its audi- 
ence in laughter. "A Poor Kelntlon." week 
of 30. with "in the Pniaco of the King" to 

" Pom's (J. C. Criddlo. manager). — Bill this 
week : George Monroe, Watson, Hutchlngs and 
i'dwnrds company, J..K. ilurray and Clara 
Lane. Dora pelletler. Toblit Sisters, CrlC 
Ilrothers, Curtis and May, uud clectrograph. 

Nr.i.sos (P. F. Shea & Co., managers. — 
The Casino Ulrla, in "Smiling Island," 2::-2r>, 
pleased good hmises. Harry Brown, In "IM- 
vld Hnrum," 2(1-28, made n decided Mr, to 
Mb business. "The Jlnsuiiorndeiti" 2()-Xov. 1. 

Notc — Dun McAvov was called to New 
York Saturday, Oct. 21, by the death of his 
mother. Therefore ho did not appear at the 
performance at Poll's Theatre on that dale. 

Xcvr Bedford. — At the Now Bedford 
Theatre (Wm. I!. Cross, manager) Jas. 
fi'Ncll Oct. 21i. "The Middleman" 24. Kyrlo 
lle'lcw packed them in 20. "The feuid of 
Cotton •'•». 1,'arguilo's Baud 31, Shepard's 
pictures Nov. 1, "Trucy, the Outlaw," 8. 

Hatha way's (T. IJ. Bay Its, luunagor). — 
Hlg business for week ot Oct 23. For week 
of 30 : Alulnl Kad.-r and company. Mills and 
Morris, Cavana. Searl Allen and company, 
Foster nnd Foster, II. Lester Muson, Mttrvol- 
lous Franks nnd vltagrnph. 

Savov .(D. U. Bullingtoii, manager).— Buf- 
Hngton Stock Co.', 23-2S, packed them in with 
"Her Mad Marriage.'.' ' The ltoytil Slave 
HO and week. , , 

Items. — A. E. Ilathaway, proprietor of 

1 totbawas's, has recently purchased the Casto 
'theatre, of Lowell, and will completely re- 
model the house, making it a ground floor the- 
atre, aud open about Christmas, with popular 
priced vaudeville. Frauk T. Mack, of Lowell, 

will be resident ma linger Wnlt Wlilt- 

man, formerly a member of Itatbawny s Sum- 
mer Slock Co., was In town with the Middle- 
man" Co., and was given u big recepliou.. ... 
Thos. Flaherty, of Washburn & D'Alrau's Ur- 
eas, Is In town, nnd has taken charge of llio 
lithograph work of Hn'thaway's Theatre. 

■ m 

North Ailnms. — At the Empire (J. F. 
Sullivan, manager) the Hoe Comedy Co., 
week of Oct. 23. did Mr business. Bennett 
k Monltoo Co. this week, excepting Tuesday, 
:tl, when "David nnrum" will be given. 

RicuMOsn (W. P. Meade, manager).— 
Generous patronage last week. Bill week ot 
:i0 : Patrice and- company, Mealy nnd .Madi- 
son Mccbaa's comedy dogs, RnYalle Musical 
Trio, Deimorc and Darreil, D'Elmar Trio and 
tue vltagropfi. 

r 

IfolyoLo — At the 
Bros., managers) Louis ... 
eaine to good business, Oct. 23. "David Ha 
rum," 25. and Ireland's own band. 27. John 
and Emma. Bay Nov. 1, "The Wizard of pa" 
3, James O'Nell 7, "The Virginian" 8, "Be- 
fore and After" 10. .. 

Eupiitn (T.F. Murray,, manager)^- Paris 
by Night," 23-25. and the Casino Girls, 20- 
28, drew full capacity. Barney Gllmore 30- 
Nov. 1, the • Gay Masquerades 2-4, "The 
Shadow Behind the Throne" 8-8. Bice and 
Barton's Gaiety Co. 9 ; 11. . 



Opera House (Lnwior 
9 Morrison, lu "Faust, ' 



Lawrence.— At the Opera House (Grant 
St Cahn, managers) the Bennett-Moulton Co., 
week of Oct. 23, did good business. She- 
nnrd's moving pictures had big business 29. 
lion Stock Co. 30 nnd week. 

Colonial 'Al. naynes, manager). — Busi- 
ness Is very good. Booked week of JO : 
Piccolo Midgets; Sailor nnd Bnrbaretto, the 
Western Sisters. Flndlay and Burke, Lo 
Clftlr and Unrdt, Edwlna Mcrcler, Jas. Ilar- 
rlgan, nnd klnetogfflph,' 

♦••♦> 

DELAWARE. 



Wilmington. — At the flr.tnd Opera 
House (Jesse K. Bnylls. manager) Oorgo 
Primrose's Minstrels drew n large house Oct. 
St, Joe Weber's All Star Co. was greeted 
by a H. fi. O. audience 21. The High Myors 
came 25. "The Sleeping Beauty and the 
iieast" had n good house 26. Booked : Aubrey 
Slock Co., .In repertory, 30-Nov. 4; '^<ir's 
Will Be Girls" 2, Viola Allen, la "The Toast 
of l ho Town," G. 

Uockst'adkii'h (W. L. Dockstader, mana- 
ger). — For week of Oct. 30 : Hnrry Le Clair. 
.Salvagcles, Dolan uud Lcnhurr. Antrim and 
Peters, Vnlvcno Bros., Four Musketeers, Le 
Dent and the Ulnetogrnph. Week of Nov. 0: 
Millar's elephants, aud Hiilleu and Fuller. 

I.vcecm (Daniel llumplirics, ntaunger).— 
"Nettle, tho Newsglrl," fair Imslness 19, 20. 
HroH, Byrne, iu "Eight Bells.", drew medium 
houses £1-25. "She Iwwd Do Bight" came 
2«-28. Booked : •'Neighborly Neighbors" 30- 
Nov. 1, "Cusler's Last Fight" 2--T "Curse of 
Drink" OS, "The Sign Of the Cross" U-ll. 



OKLAHOMA. 



Oklnhoinn Clt> — At the Ovcrholier (Ed. 
Ovevholzef, manager) the Lyceum offering for 
Oct. 10 wns the Harmony Concert C». aud 
l.ady IJitnrtetli'. Business was good. 'A 
Thoroughbred Tramp," 21. had fair business. 
Black Paul's Troubadours bad S. It. O. 22. 
"The Maid ftnd Ihe Mummy" 27, Lyceum at- 
traction 2K, fins Sun's Minstrels 2'J. . 

GA8KIL.L Cakniv.u. Co. had light business 
on account of baa.wwlunv. ." 

• i 1 1 d „■ . 

Jas. J. >Uce. late of MeCnbo and Mack, 
also Conrov nnd Mock. Is rehearsing n new 
act. entitled "The Ward Heelers." Mr. Mnck 
will re«t for two weeks, and then will start 
la vnudevillc with his new net. 



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1. VDIES' LIST. 



Ailams, Grace. 
All lira Twill* 
Allen, I'liyllls 
A Ikon, BcN*iu 
Allen, Joslc 
Allen, Violet g, 
Aittims Lucille I! 
Ausilo Mnl'iel 
Ahtwtr, Kny 

AtllelH, Mis- 

llurke, Stetl.t 
Itcjrley, Mary I 

Jttrton. I. II!!. m 
Burnett AO.i 1!. 
Ilroekwny, Fine, 
llroobs, llel'o 
Duller, Amy 
liie-.uti, France) 
li'erzae, Mrs. 
Htctsoe, l.lty 
J! iriis. Jvsrtlo 
lliyint, M.ij- 
liurry, Iiorothci 
Vrnuctt .Mm AVm 
Bailer 31nrs:iret 
J'.elnionf. 

Msyclollne 
Ilcnil. l-oiito 
lienneit, Murle 
e'umernn, Hill- 
Carew, , 

Miihcl (10) 
<;ranti)Pl, W. li. 
Co.ne, .Mra. 0. 
•iuponter Clara 
Oonwiiy, Uuhy 
tlliroril. Maud 
iTilhf I M.uie 
Carmaulelle, 



tjonlon, Mnudi/T 

liiNuniii, :- r.',- 

l.|;iv!llii, Unj* 

ilnrilou, llflte 
(larr, Adelnlilo 
flrnhain, Esslo 
Itanter. Or.ace 
Bill, Stel.i 
Huston, ,le-slo 
llenslinw. Vella 
IlillmiiD, 

ciiici a. 

IIoywaM, <>. SI 

llentll, Mnii.' 

Ilnlmvrinsl, AUee 

llatltaw.'iy, Alkr 

Unrhawsy Belle 

llownnl, Ktlle 

lleale, Emm.i 

Hunt, t'ora 

Hart, Agnes 

llart, Sndle 

Holmes. I'cclle 

tlatturmy, 

Alice O. 

Hayes, ik-rilc 

How.inl, . 

.Mnrsaret 

Herbert, Xln-i 

Hnlpln. Sn^iKini 

liisrnlinui Lr» 1> 

Jones. Ainoisla 

Jerin. n, HIh 

Jcivwis, Irene 

Jiincll, L. Stella 

Juekfon, !'.<->sle 

.liut-f ii. Mnrle 

Jewell, Loiter 

Soars, Florcnee 
Ilattlo Kcnion IWuiliy iStanley, (ierlrd. 
Curtis, Vera Flare. Kataiue Shannon, KIBa 
CaMtra TrlxicCIKUts SLsir 
Cbnter, Ida ll.nMuut lihinehe 
ilierry. Flo |l.eCI»Ire VUrt 
t'lirrull. Nettle jl/da, Klla 
Clievalier, UMott Mrs. B 



Pelnie, Mela 
Pomrror. Anna 
I '•■ii 11, i.ntllu 
Peurl, Mm 
Palmer & 

HnuitoTi 
I'rlngle AnhreyO 
Qiil^tey, Mri«. 
Irnnson. Mm. S. 
lihlneliiirt Stella 
Itaymoiiil. 

Habctta 
Rcntrrow, 

Mrs. J. X. 
Uudd. UlnaysW 
"Itelile, Adele 
UuuenstelD. 

Jennie 
Itlnno, Irene 
Uleh. Ilerllia 
liunkel, Ourlna 
Itlehni'iiul, 

Hurrlet L. 
r.to, Violet 
liusselle, JInr A 
Dmldla 
Ritchie. Mnxle 
llnye, Yvelte 
Stuekdu le, 

Mrs. J R. 
Mawtelle, 

Vli't.Tl.l 

Stowi-II Mrs.W.i; 
HnM, Kiiiimi 
Si'ille, lCnrlettu 
Stuniiinue, IjOtn 
sniltli. Bella 
St. Claire. 

'■■ I . : . . • B. 



Kathleen l.uwe. Sadie I'. 
Volvhi, Lawrence, A. M 

MariraietU) I.nneaslcr Freds 
Claude. Taby I.cl!oy, Bessie 
bousherty I.ewU Cuprlcelt. 

Slstcra Lyons, Ivy 
l»c Mar, Grace Ij'ster, Nlnu 
UusbaDfk, Ixiwlrt. llueliet 

Henrietta Lauslillii, Anua 
Delthlch. Irfoia Usle, Ixulle 
Dcuteu, Dora Krase, Murtba 
liiirM. Mrs.S.D. LawtcDev, 
]>iiy. Myrtle r.lancli 

Downing, tablnncho 5ttl'j. 

Sirs. Walt. Uinly, Louise 
Dlcklnsun, >Ifie Manning, Kltiie 
Ucrilcksoii. Mooic, Lulu 

Frances B. Mnjbla. -May 0. 
Dudley. B. I.. Mirslmll, Bessie 
lVtimire, UtMn Mnyea, MargaretiTiiylor, Krtaa 
iPustih, Vl"!e( .Mi i rim. Dully 'J'resliHiu .feimlo 
DeLiNoyu Daisy McUouuld. iThoinss, Ilia 

nuvennort. Sana 1 Marlon Trowbridge, 

liinlie, Mrs. . '•;.!, Muson, Lllltiiu I Helen 

liovle, l'atsy iMorrlsou. Ilssrf [Taylnr SlaeAIIeu 
IHiVarney Louise Morun, Pauline |Tycc & Jermoii 
Diirnud, Fmnkle Marlton. Suplilo ilowcor. draco 
P« Coma. tJcrtlc McOrnber. flrace Thomas, lira 



II. «. 



Sam kin, 

Mrs. 
Sultou, V . 
Munlmilu-. l>nU 
matey. Violet 
Sn|N-rhn, M. 
Slsrr Frances D 
Slandlsli. 

Malvl II. 
Starr, Fiaiikle 
Slineer MheiTlieo 
Suiltli, llekii P. 
st.iin..ii. Kitty ■ 
Sals'rt, Ileleuo 
Sliimr, Then. 
Smith, Helen M. 
Sterling. Hot 
stnart, Sue 
Thurher, Mm 
Tlierstta. Lallrll 
Taylor, Lllllau 
leleu, X. 
Tliels, l.ulu 
'liirner Sisters 



IiMinu, Uertha |Mo«s. Laura 
lie Vyiic. Holly | Morris. Nina 
linnncr Dlnmoud .Morrison, final 
lMvls, Lmra .Mead Mrs. ihos 
Dimple, Dotty Mlnto. Agnes 
Hi; Vine, Ouidys Ualralm. Xellle 
Monre, Abblo 
McrcdHh 



lie Vine, liu 
liny. Myrtle 
lu^raond, 

Brownie 
Errol, Oay 
Pok, Addlo 
l-lllion, 

Murgnrct 
Evans, Mrs. B. 
Kimeralda, 5lhs 
l'mmett, Kittle 
Foster, Mrs. R. 
Farrlngton, 

Mrs. Albert 
Fan, Cordelia C. 
I'lUraore Nellie 
Foster, Groa 
Forbes, Lll'n 
Fatlma 

Foytelte. DeUa 
Fairbanks, 

Fannie 
Fnrnsworth. Zoc 
Ford, Pearl 1. 



Pearle B. 
Meyers, Hells 
Mallory, Mary 
McBliir, F.Uie 
Jlontifwe, Vesta 
Malcom. Bexslo 
si i Mill -ii. Violet 
Miiv, Irene 
.Melv|lle. Sadie 
Norrls Mnmle U 
Kevan. Annie 
Nye, Mra. D. D. 
Neumann, Mr*..! 
Owen Co., Baby 
Ohrtniann, 

Hdlth F. 



Taylor Klhuhcth 
Vcrasa, Mrs. l, 
Vade. Mrs. A I. 
Vnnell Ullsnbetii 
varney VlvlauA 
Vernon Sisters 
Vcdilcr, Debbie 
West, Dot 
Warner, Oennrfa 
Wnuon, Llllle 
Woodruff Stock 
Co., Dora 
West, C'iira 
WH«on, Audillo 
Worth, Kino 
WHtsle. An- 
nette (10c.) 
Wallace Yohmils 
Wllber, 

Dolly Babe 
Worthlnston, 

Maud 
Wynne, Moua 
Wilt, MniKiiret 



Prlnglc Jessie B. York. Julls 
Phelps, Vera Younc, 
t'nlmpr. Allee Mrs, Kdwln 

Puntzer, lltuneh York, Julia 
Personl, Csmllle Zolhnan Virginia 
Plant. Mrs. J.Ul 



CBNTLEME^'S LIST. 



Anthony, B. II. 
Allen &Ciirnello 
Awry, Walt. 
Arsbs, — 
Amlcr Antliony 
Allen, F. N. 
A brums, John 
Armstrong ft 

Holly 
Alton, Will 
Allen & Delk 
Anders'in Ohnnle 
Allen, Mllf. 
Atery. 1.. W. 
Anderson, H. 
Aebrlcli. O. K. 
Arlington & 

Uelslnn 
Anger, Caiit.dryi 
Adams A: While 
Allen k Itedse 
Aide. Mas 
Allen, Hurry 
Itruiiks, Curacy 
ltnimiocll, W.A. 
Hrlpts, L. C. 
lterg, Pcfer 
Hen All.'lliissan 
li-.rr.es, Fred 
Drunlow. 'f. C. 
Itcruir, Cllft 
Itclfrage, <Ien. 
li.pi-iiiil * Nevaro 
Jllaek. liddlc 
pi-iHler. Msniiel 
linrtletls Music, 
lillllncs, II. H. 
I.iwnisn, Frank 
lieck, Bennle 
liartctl. Harry 
Pruce & 

Dacnenil 
llruno, t.'lirls 
Brniil it P.nwll 
Itnrnne, Arthur 
I'.asii.v, .1. M, 
llolsn, IMS) 
Harry. Leonard 
Bristol. W. M. 
r.cun, I^o 
Boms, F. D. 
Itl.'ine, J.ie 
Citrr, T.. D. 
llarbonr, Harry 
Browne, Tom 
Brown. P. ii. 
Barrml. J- W. 
Boise. Harry 



lUrrett, Dan 
Brady, J. U. 
Dclmont, Hurry 
Bennett. 1. V. 
Dowers SOurttta 
llurcliani W. R 
Boyle, C. II. 
Karon, Charles 
Hell, Ilurry 
Becker. C. 4. 
Dechtol, Frauk 
Banks. J. <!. 
Bears-ford Harry 
Burry. Mr. 
Bralz & 1 Kv 

erctts 
Botlo, Walt 
Bletliiin, B. J. 
Bailey. Cliff 
Bums. F.!t. 
Dennett, A. II 
Bernard. Floyd 
Honda, Hnmliiig 
Billing, If. ,'.!. 
Brooks. Stua 
Kiinlen. J, It. 
lWind. Frederick 
Btohu, Whl-t 

Hug Turn 
Brown, h'rnlik 
Bishop, Hurry 
Hunks. J. II. 
Bowers, IMwnrd 
Coihiiii Hum. 
Carlton, (i. K. 
C'ralitree. ileirge 
Curley, Peter 
?lnlr, Harry 



f.'arlton, n. 0. 
Cottons, The 
i.'iisli'lllon. 

Ygnaclo 
Curtis, Jack 
Collins, Sammy 
Crnln, 

High nailer 
Clirlslnnlicr, F. 
Columbians Flro 
Carson, Cliarles 
Chiiniberlhi, P. 
Clayton, l''rnnk 
i;larkc. W. 
Crlmmlns &Uack 
Clamnii, Ilea 
Cooke. Mr. 
Cnrrllllo, I^s> 
i.'umior, llowanl 
Cuttys, Miislcnl 
Clement. Clay 
Cnvaiiaui.ii, Mr. 
Clmiiiherllna 'llio 
Cnrtella. O. V. 
I'liassliio, Muns. 
ci.ai-llnn Frank 
i nine Hnis. 
|Cornitlier<, 



Frank 
Carroll, Mr.i 

Mrs. Bobert 
rnrmso. Bliss 
Chaniln'isils W.li 
I'nslle, J. It. 
larller. Bert 
rrrtelffne, CbM, 
CW'ke, Ernest 
Oiiicro, K. V. 



Clark & Me- iCoiiser Klanortli 
Ciill.STjli Collins. M. S. 
I'staaasK, D-s <:n<.k it sniltti 
Clievalier, II. CIColllus. Saiumy 



Crowder, O. II 
Clniidltts. Ii. 
f'orwln, C K. 
Clifton, J. )». 
Usrlctl. .1. J. 
i.ViiuMl. Fi-oik 
C*itetnnn. f t.. 
Cole & t'leii«'ns 
Cleavcnger, Will 
C'olton. Frnn'i 
Calrln, P. •'. 
I'arnnsnch. Jim 
t'rorel, Win. 
tbrke. Cuss. 
< auipMI. II. C 
Carlton, Thos. 



,.v, B**u 

j I Kjnnldsou, 

Cent us 
Iliiiienii. Charles 

' I i.,u. Arthur 

:lirew, <;. K. 
Davison, A.K. 
PsThs, W. C. 
Duffcy, James 
Down, Kelnvi 
Davis, Austin 
Darcr. Jaek 
rt<; Vere, .Mr. 

, Dnnle>'. 

Uc Forest 

iDcavrs, 0. L, 



Darling, tl 
Dee. J. II. 
Davis, W. II. 
lint's. i-., II. A. 
lloyle l\ P. 
Diirlelgti, Dan 
Dusliliieioa A. P. 
Dunn, Alex. 
Davis, II. 0. 
D tin:. Ciirli 
Dehnore k I.ee 
Dolan A- Lenliarr 
Dunn. Bob 
IV.wnlng, W. L 
Dull. II. W. 
Do C«U>. V. C 
IH-ave-.,. Walt. 
l>evellinns\ F. 
Dunbar, Ao'hlo 
jieriine, Kdjai.- 
lkdVis'i-hlo t\T. 
D.I l.alu Hurry 
Daley. Wm. 

1 Kill II LIVJ - . 

I.nv.*rence 
Dlnnsinniv. Jolm 
Dolseu ll.il. Jr. 
Diamond. IMrrj 
Donnelly, J. It. 
Deven>, tl. F. 
Daley. J. A. 
Di'lli'iina, M. 
Diiveiilor's O.K. 
Dinlil it I.nltai t 
l.iniiKlierty J. P. 
Daiinvns, ljw 
Pe Ferris, Joe 
Dealy. W. F. 
I»oii|!las. C. \V. 
Dyer. II. S. 
IV onto, Al 
F.lllott Maurice 
t.'Jniii. I't.iiiK 
Kdwards, <S. P. 
llldrliUe. Press 
Kim, Nullum 
I'.sierliroiiU Fred 
Kraut, Dan 
IJin.i, Pete & 

AUk 
Kvcri'lt, F. 
Kstnlsh, Harry 
Krncst, diaries 
Kdwlii, Mr. 
I'.nsleUey Sandy 
l.divarils, I.. A. 
Filer. Clinrli's 
Fsterbrook Fnil 
Fuylilo. S. 
Francclias, The 
Fern, Sid 
Feoton, M. J. 
Fredericks. The 
I'urixdl, I'haa. 
Poster, Kit. 
I'luulgaii's 

Bull Co. 
Fern Osn eily -t 
Prectuno. H. L. 
I'niii. Julio 
Frledrlch. 

ilustav 
l'owler, Kil. 
l'mitaa, T"wo 
l'niishiiwe, AL 
Fox, Lit ward 
Flagg, Wm. 
Fori In, .1. B. (I. 
Fiigau' .V 

Mcrrlnm 
Flint, Harold 
Flynu, Enrle 
l'raspr. Jack • 
Frininert, Harry 
Fluvelle, V. O. 
Flqlds, Kit 
Finser Trio 
Fernandez, 

Harry 
Flpg, L. & 
ttnrdener, Corn. 
Uleaseii, 

Prof. O. It. 
Oorman, A, D. 
Oraeey. W. II. 
t.'ui'doer, Joici 

ilr.iUlliiill. K. J. 

(■lick, ilnrry 
(Illroy, t;harles 
nregnry, A. W. 
Clllette. Al. 
1 1 rami I i-li, Cbas. 
CJatca, Harry 
(Irani, Cltf. 
Carry. Billy 
(iraliam. Mr. 
(Jallagber, J. P. 
Raffy, Mm. 
tierrle, Geo. 
Urethra, Claude 
Onrrcl, Al 
Cilllgan, J. T, 
tiarlng, Atliol 
Olunt, I. R. 
(ioodwln, B. P. 
Oray. Chns. M. 
(intbzell, Wm. 
Hreene, Bert 
Hlrmix. B. V. 
Oteat SlarEhosv 
lirahnm. Will 
(inrmaii, 3. It. 
itnvly. John 
(tiMHlhne, Willis 
(lardluer it 

Vincent 
ClPleller, Karl 
ilrolier, Wlllluin 
lirecrir, L. L. 
(iraliam, Billy 
llersbey CVsiutF 
llorner, Heu 
Hvmaii, Uobcrt 
Haines & 

1'lesmel 
ITayden, Italpli 
Huyer, J. P. 
lleymitnn, Jne. 
lliirlatiKiii, L.K. 
Harrison St 

Mnlunilcy 
Harris, II. K. 
Haver, J. 0. 
Ileelitngcr C. L. 
Hall St Ituckel 
llagcner, 

Wilhelm 
Hawkins, Is;w 
limit, Claude 
llalMay, a. v - 

Hint, Fredrlc 
HalU'n * l-'nller 
Howe, Frank 
llnven, V. P. 
Hornliy, Fre.1 
Ilayden, il. M 
lletikel, (itu. 
llwk-y, Win. 
lllck.-y it Nelson 

ll'l-'lies, Nick 

lliiinuiD CaptSId 
ll.iuey, Felix 
Harris, Alfred 
HoldcD lin.s, 
Hunt, Melvin 
I [ageiier, 

S. D. II. W. 
Heller ftOladiug 
lloey, tleorire 
Henry 4: Voting 
lliin-er, W. A. 
Hayes. 1M, 
Hunting. J. W. 
Itstdsnar, Boot 
Hyde, Tommy 
Henry, J. P. 

I'llllleV, M. K. 

llyloinls. i'rt'il 
liolt, Cte uun s 
IMa-id. K. J. 
Ilanfonl, C. It. 
Ilollniid. K. J. 
Ilaufurd. U. II. 



lloc'iii. Frnrs!t 
Haslilik'-. Bell 
Hurl. SSili,,i,i 
Heek, F. S. 
Hays. II. D. 
HarVnart, Frank 
Hone. P. A. 
Hepburn, F. K. 
Heath. T. (1. 
Irma Oprra Co, 
living, I'rant; 
li'Vlli^ton, II. H 
liiglls, Has 
liiiaans, xtie 
liiKhnm, Leo 
.iitiklns, M. C, 
.'ones, Aium«tus 
.liidge, 'to. id 
James A: IklTlS 
.leiiniietie. T. O. 
.lolirson, nily 
JerrcDis it 

Jlnrtonne 
.(ofTerson. I. T. 
Juliits.m it Perry 
sVsrpk, II. A 
.tunes, S. L. 
"enks « Clttloril 
■ linker. W, A. 
Jaeknoiis 'I'll re*. 
.•uiitis'r k I lay is 
.luriru*. Oik 
JiieUsnii, il. \V. 
.turvK F. 11. 
heene, C. p. 
Kenney, R. C. 
Kohler Mai tors' 
Klralfo. Vincent 
Knraia's, The 
Keuyon, T. tl. 
Kriimer, Juo 

oeb. II. It. 
Kennedy . B. S. 
Keller, W. P. 
Keleey, Herlit. 
Kennedy & 

Qnatrell 
Kennedy k 

Wllkcas 
Ulmhall, F. W 
Klhaire, J. D. 
Kiwler & Ctco 
Kerslinv,-.Mor- 
r;-,iii Stiadi Co. 
Kelly, Mr 
Klenko A: 

raroli 
Kaufman, Joe 
Kuelrge, Lew 
Keuo, Walsh & 
Melrose 
Kelly, Wall. 
Kelly. It. It. 
Muter, Morris 
Kenyon, C. A. 
Keoney, J. C. 
Kisiwles, J. 11. 
King, T. J. 
Kelly & Bertha 

illy k Adtillis 
Keller, Joe 
Kllvk. liny 

I.IIIIIOUl, ICllllil! 

add, Fred 
l.eiilliiin. Win. 
Lyman Twins 
I. vim k Classen 
Llbbcy, J. A. 
I.eliiuels Jnfiii 
I a- i 'ump, II. S. 
Lnetimsn. M:'. 
I.lvliiiraton Dave 
Lu Porte, S. M. 
l.e Bran*, J. D. 
I.avlu Walton 

«t Co. 
I.orene, fiw. 
Luther, a B. 
l.ueas, Sain 
Lake. M. I.. 
I.esole, tl. W. 

a Vun, II. V. 
Lauseli, llir, y 
Ltebuiauu W. P.. 

.ewls. Boss 
LaVere Amn- 

ron Trki 
LeClalr ic llar<lt 
l.ii.'lulr, W. H. 
[.emohie, C. I!. 
laBrenue. H. K. 
I.eonnril. J. F. 
Lereli, J. 10. 
l/iiirjee Fnnilly 
Lowry, Kil. k 

Luclle 
La Pierre, 

Kredetle 
Lnmh, C. S. 
I.nvlue, Arthur 

,eo. I,. P. 
Lane, P. 11. 
t.ucentrn, J. A. 
i.a Drew & 

La Zone 
I.i'onard. Parkei 
l.ees, 11. & .lisle 
l.a Harre, MMe 
l.e Mnrr, Harry 
Monroe, Mack A 
Lawrence 
McDonnell, Mlkc 
Military Bras 
Maeli, Oscar 
Monte, Joo 
McD.niald. Arch 

Miller, Fred 
Macio it Fo.e 

Martiuii irinvorl 
Morrlssey, T. P. 
Miller Bros. 
Mark. II. B, 
Mnmlnee. 

Prof. Alex. 
Marlenn. Frnnic 
MefVinnlil. Mlkr 
MeyiTB, It. A. 
Mills & Morris 
Murray. IVim 
May, Francis 
Minting (il,') 
Mnlloy, Dan 
M. '.Mullen. A. 
Mldilletcii, H. B. 
Meyerilelil Jr. M 
MeKinlune. J.Ci. 
Miickay. Frank 
McNnlr. 3. a. 
Marshall. Jack 
llr.rtliietlle k 



Madison's 

Bmlitel 
Mason, Itnynuiii't 
Martin, J. !*. 
Moutiaunery (• 

Cantor 
Morgan, A. K. 
Moia'ey, Jim 
Mix, ft L. 
Millard Bros. 

Mil!. .11. .1 .. . I ■ 1 1 1 1 

Newliall. I. K. 
Nel«oti, Al 
Nct^.'ii, Neadn 
XoSli, J. It. 
.Nelson, I*. P. 
NVs'ton. 1 lurry 
Note, Harry, 
Nitan, W. V. 
-NeiiM'r, Henry 
Nelson, Clin 
Mwi s. Walter 
Nusn Tots lie.) 
Nernro. Insi'|ili 
Owen. I.. V. 
(Irlcnny, Follt 
iwcns. S. .1. 

QnnMaav, 

Jmnes 
urn. Cbarles 
"liver, s. P. 
Dldbaiu, 

C. L. (ic.) 
PIIelKT, Frcil 
Pitee, II. M. 

on ell. W. . F. 
Paiion It Perry 
Peterson. A. W. 
PhrosLi, Mr. 
Petty, Frank 
Parley, Pete 

'emeil, W. II. 
liuisey, Alfreil 
Piircell, A. W. 
Pearl. Billy 
Probst. II. J. 
PetehliiE Bros. 
Price.' IT. M. 
t'uwtrs. Andrew 
Post, Ibilpli 
llnuril, Al 
Pcor, A. T. 
Peek, QMOJS 
I'arls, Llouel 
Price. 11. P. 
Phillips, Bill 
Pacheco Pnmily 
Prleo Boni Klmw 
Pal ion «v IVtn 
Phelps. K. A. 
I'UMt, It.ilph 
Ucdway, Hd 
IttUs it Culler 
Hire. Mr. 
Itonlaiiil f.- 

Cltft'ord 
(Ksckclu, II. B. 

liotli-lelii, P. II 

Krno. Charles 
ttassell Futtoa 
ioiioldn, FV-v. 
Italslnu, Bill 
Idiseis*, Sam 
It.-jo-rs, P. J. 
Heiyea, Mr. 
Itaiiklu, J. W. 
Ileeil, (Ins 
lilcu, J. O. 
Itoclifort & May 
ItiHiiiey. H. 
Ityiiu, Jas. k 

Muni 
Hogei's, T. .1. 
Itnstus k noaas 
ttli'kiirds. Jon 
ltlvcla. Kmllu 
Hire. WIlBuui 
Itentfrow J. Nf. 
Itondeait, J. 
Itorhwood, II. Q 
lit ce. Sam 
Itlce & Cohen 
lUiudeaii. Oeoras 
Hoy, Walter 
llola-rts, Allyn 
Uleh, Lnnls 
Itotiinsou k 

Urant 
llosrley, Jean 
Itudlr, D. T. 
ttobertsou's 

Dors 
llogers, Wll-ioo 
Held Jolinnyflue 
llelly & Morgan 
Itnymoml II. II. 
Ituymouil MeivllI 

ii.is, Archie 
Iteisl, 8. T. 
tcwl, S. T, 
(cede, .Musical 
toos, Allien 
-elireyer. A, M. 
■tillly, Lew 
^eotde, (ieorgc 
-etiwurti:. Y. F, 
3iOCly. Walter 
ttlu-rlilan. J. J. 
Sydney, Clauds 
Fkiixga, J. B. 
Snyder Alluchtey 
shii'.iker, Vf. 
spiugue. Alvin 
sieru, 1*. C. 
Stuns,. J. (1. 
Sterling. Al. 
8an I''rnn- 

slnco, Slg. 
Sneath. Charles 
Staplelon, It. J. 

SilVI'l-l..!,. Will 

SI roiig, KnrjB 
.■sparks, Chas. 
Soknluvn, .Moris 

Sliillils. Frani. 
Somers, M. A. 
Slwxs. 

prof. I lerinnn 
Sryninur k Hill 

nrllle, (i. 11. 
Xi. Mnur. — 
Sherry. J . W. 
SeliaciTer. Ilerht 

Ml. II. W. 

Stanley A; 

lliiH'Uiii.in 
«trnng M«n Co. 
Stevens, P. W. 
Saler, Henry 



Skiver, Alvin 
Stone, Cliarli'-i 
Siieiieec, Waiter 
Sp.nks. F. A. 
iifliiuck A 



\ al Tramor, 

CllXird 
Vendell, Hurry 
\ lee ,v Viola 
Vreeland, C. W, 
Manniii.: Value. \V. M. 
Taylor, II. v„» Dell, UsttJ 

Transatlnntlc V.m, William 
Pour Vara, Frank 
Taylor. R. It. Wordeti. William 
Toivnsruil. Wliliehlll, W.K, 

Hoirnrd Winder, Itiils-rl 
Trlllens. Tlie W.usls. (iarni'V 
Triiiisiiiiani I ■ 4 Willlaias, F.. D. 
Ilinmsnu, llauy Wlnney * Furl 
•Tide or WIDon. F. II. 

LBVCa. Wlllleeai, n. A 
Tnjlor. O. P.. West. J. B. 
Taylor, Han Winner, Will 
Teiiiiywii. Will Wlmlen, W. M. 
TIMirtie, P. A. Willlnms, II. H 
Taylor, F. It. Walker. II. W. 
Travis. Frank Wells, Raymond 

Tlimcr. UfOritC Williams. Unlit. 

Thompson, Whipple, F. W, 

Raymond Wallers. Ktaff 
Thompson * Wllsou, A. W. 

Johnson Wills. L. 
Thornton, Wmldoll, 

Itlchard l.'reil i Mae 
Toler, II. (I. Jr. Whllaker. 
Tevls. It. C, t Itaymooil 

Tiiylnr, ft T.' jWIlher. II. D. 
Taylor, U. F. , Winchester, H I, 
Tucker, Nelson .Whlliuon*. 
ViiDsmt, Vletir 1 Cllgonl 

Vine, ('. S. Wbltelas', l.uu 
• While, Jnck 

see: notk n at iikau 



ii. 



p, 



M'oikIs, D. 
Wtllliiins, V 
Warren A 

llorcnnl 
Wlll'l-llT. II. C. 

Wltion .V Rogers 
W.khI. AllKTt 
WiKltt'll. II. S. 
Whiteside, .fack 
Wnlton, Dul.'U 
Welch Minn- 

nise 1 l, ,,i;w 
Wanacu 

Frederlel: 
Wlllnrd, II. I'. 
Wltsen, Iteomo 
Walker, P. It. 
Ward, Fuianiiel 
Williams, It, T. 
Waisiin, Stun 
Weston. Harry 
wv-i. A. II. 
WoislS. p. .1. 
Waters. Lew 
Wilson A Morun 
Wiley, iisear 
West. C. W. K. 
rWe rnatnl.W o 
Winner Waller 
Wlllnnl, Clias. 
Voiuik, Prof. 
Yellow HoyCbU't 
/eiui. Mr. 
/nrelll. -lisi 
ili-ii-z, Mr. 
Zulu A- Pettln.i 
Zeh. Jolly 

OF LIST. 



OHIO. 



Cineiniintl.. 



Sylri'slcristamnrr, R. II. 
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Marshall. Harry 

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Hnrphy, W. II. 
McAruy, Arthur 
Moure. J. H. 



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Sweid. John 
Sims, Dnvlils 
Siillug, Frank 
Swnhi, W. (f, 
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The new Olymnlc Tltentrc, 
on Seventh Street, which John ,1. Itynn snys 
will he built ilurlug the coming Winter, will 
lie iintlerned, as fur as Its enliiiiices lire con- 
cerned, after the Now Amsterdam Theatre, In 
Stmt Y'orK. After passing tho ticket window 
Ihe pin ion of ihe house will turn to the left, 
I reverse >\ lobby, and turn directly Into the 
oiidltorliim. At Ihe conclusion of tho per- 
t'orniauce triple doors leading directly to tho 
street from the lobby will be opened. Tho 
theatre will be tho ilrsi eoiistruelcd under 
ilii- new liuildlng laws In t'lnclnimtl, and will 
be dedicated to vaudeville. 

(Jhanii iHt'Iia Hufsi: (Hurry Hnlnforth & 
Jolm II. tl.ivllu. taaaasetHl. — Francis Wil- 
son will emtio Oct. .'Ml, lu "t'oilnln Hilly," to 
Is! preceded by llio eiirliiln rarser, "The Lll- 
i le Father of the Wilderness." Lust week 
Henry W. Savage's eompiiuy wus seen In 
"Wowllaml.'' It wan the llrxt Iwiil preseu- 
latum of the odd conceit of Krnnk 1'lxley 
nntl UnslSTS Ludtrs. Harry Bulger, us llluu 
.lay, won llrst honors. In which Helen Hale 
nnil Jenny Wren shared. Business was 
j;ront. iJoekslndcr's Minstrels Nov. II. 

Wai.nit Stiiixt Tiikatiiii CM. 0. Ander. 
pory,. manager). — Johnny Ford mid Moymu 
(iehme are to nppeut' Oct. 'JO, In a new 
gaiety, "Lovers nnd Lunatics." Ijwt week 
tlio Ilnulnas were seen In miollier edition ot 
' Fanttisnia," In which Italpli Do llnveu, 
Lorle Palmer, t'Inra Throtip, were ninoug tho 
uliU to ihe clever ucrobiiilc fniully. Tho 
houses M-cro crowded. "Tho Itiuiawtiys" 
Nov. 5. 

i'iii.umbu Tiir-ATno f M. C. Anderson, man- 
ngefj. — The Oriibciim Show will appear «)ct, 
I'll. Last weel,H bill wus good nil I ho way 
through, mid Ihe B. It. II. sign was up lit 
every iierformnncc. The Fudctte Ladles' Or- 
chestra proved n pleasing feature. (Nti-ilo 
Wordctlc'H sketch, "A Honeymoon lu thu 
CntsklllH," made it lilt. 

liiircK'B Upkra IlorsB (Ilouck, FeritieRsy 
& Stair managers).— "A Desperuto Fliancc, 
Theodore Ktemers neiiMitluiial inclutlrrnuii, 
founded, on the cscnpnden of tho lilihllo 
Brothers, will open Oct. L".l. F.iigenlo lies- 
sercr was seen Inst week, as Monn Fnttrher, 
In ."How HcartB Arc llrokcii." Kindness 
was very (rood. "The Qtieeu of tho Whllo 
Slaves" Nov. X>. 

KoBiNsoN'fl Orr.itA Boom (fleorgo P. 
Fish & r.uclla Forepnttgu Fish, inanugers). 
—Tho I'orcnoitgh Slock Co. are to revive 
"Men nnd Women" Oct. 211. Lovlnln Hhnn- 
iion. In the role of Viola, was a central llguro 
In the Forcuatiuh compnny'B presentation of 
"Twelfth Night last week. Wilson Hum- 
atel'fl Sir Andrew, the Marie of Ijitirn I'ler- 
pont, and Harry Fenwlck'a Mulvollu wcro 
especially clever. Large audiences guvo en- 
Ihuslnsllc evidences ot iipnrovnl nf the work, 
"Captain Harrington" will be put on Nor. 5. 

I.vcct'M TitBATiiu (lletick, Slnlr & Fcn- 
ness.v, managers) —"When tho World Sleeps," 
the mclodntiun, by I.angdon Mct.'wt'iillck nnd 
l.nwrenre Mtirsden, Is lo lie staged Oct. I'll. 
Vnn Kinj'le and Amy Fntmwoi'th, In tho 
roles of Jtick Rose and Cindy, weto the lend- 
ing spirits In David Hlggln.-i' TcnnesHee 
mountain Idyl, "At Plney Kltlgn," which 
drew good i crowds all last week. "(Judo 
Dan'I" Is due Nov. 5. 

rcoi'LB'M Tiip.»'oit; (Herbert Hcuck. mnn- 
ngcr). — The D.ilnty Puree Co. opens Oct. HU. 
The Cnllf.omln (ilrls provided a great show 
last week. Six vuudevlllo nets were suiid- 
wlehwl between "I'ulm Iteuch, I'loriiln," mid 
"The (.'rent While Wity," tho opening uud 
closlnR builcwpies. Fay Fester Co. cornel 
Nov. 0. 

STANDAnn TiiEATitn (Charles II. Arnold, 
tnnnager). — The New York Stars are to tip- 
poor OcL Ull. Fred Irwin's New Majestic* 
were the magnets that drew splendidly Inst 
week. "Down the Line" ami "For (ilihi 
duly" were the burlesques put on. Kurrell 
nod Fny presented u new skit In "The 1/ut 
(J unit." The tiolden (.'rook llurlesnucis come 
Nov. 5. 

Hosstp of tub lAiinv.— The Apollo CJnh 
has taken up concert work at their rooms In 
Odd Fellow Temple, under lh<> direction of 

Hush W. Foley Will Heck, the ninnsc- 

ment director of Coney Island, linn formed n 
new nlllnnce with Oscar Fhfgolt. uud will 
book "l'lnafore" lor it tour of Ohio, Indiana 

iit'.il Kentucky towns The, Adolf Holm 

Fesilviil orchstitra hns left town on n llireo 
weeks' tour of Illinois ntul (own. The soloists 
are Wlllbim II. Sherwood. Oeorgle Kobcr, 
Helen Carter .MeCotnicl mid Harry Kopp.. .. 
Clam IIcmok, n Clnchinnll girl, has entered 

the Conrlcd opera School Mildred Marsh 

nnd (ievrge llogo Voy gave a inusleale at 

Able lleelliil Hull, Del. £"> Kd. Wllitcr- 

luirii will leave the Kliiudnrd Thontro In n 
week, lo look after the hoi ofllcii of the .Ma- 
jestic Then i re, lu Chicago. He bus been so- 
■ uiisl by >f. ('. Anderson nnd Henry W. 

/.Icgler The llrlll-N'elson light pletnroM 

me lo ho shown tit Ike Auditorium for n 

week, commencing Oct. "ft Charles l.». 

Sllney. proiwrty man of Woodbind, wua mar- 
ried dirlng "he week, to Helen O'.Vi.-ll, *t 

iiiomher of the (hnriis of tho show (Jll 

Itobljis'jii s|ient tin; early part of tho recti 
here. 



Heidelberg," week of Sit, closed the Ions en- 
gagement of tho Vntiplmn iltiiser Stuck Co., 
which hns been transferred, by the .Shuberls, 
to Llio Hasl, fur stock work for a jierlotl nf 
twenty weeha. "Mis. Teniple's Telegram" 
nest week. 

Lvcfiim (.T. K, Cookson, tnnnnger).— 
"Nancy Brown" week of 3D. "The Semlnnry 
tllil" drew well week ut I'll. "FunttiBWft ' 
next week. 

CLr.rr.LAXD (.T. IC. Piwkilna, mnnnger).— 
"Across the I'arillc" week of :m. "After Mbl- 
night" liiul good houses week of l"t. "Tho K}" 
Witness" next week. 

ttKirit'n (II. A. Diuili'N, mnnnger). — BUI 
week of :t<): Itos-d nnd his innslr.it horse. Fd. 
V. Iteyiiiiid, Long uud Cotton, Jack 1,'ardner, 
Hoinhe and Doietlo and others. 

liVltto (i:. 1(. Lang, iiinmip-r). — Bill week 
of :t(i i Fnriner Jones unci pigs, Mrs. Tom 
Thumb, Count mid Huron Miigi'l. Two Allots. 
Al. II. Burton, Arlington Font', Vlctorcltl, 
nnd Hiirry rlrnulnn. 

Staii (Orew & Cninpbell, managers). — The 
California (.ilrls week of :lu. The Colonial 
belles had splendid houses week ot I'll. Dainty 
Pares Co. next .week. 

KSIMM (Henry Denzlnger. tiinnnger).— 
The London Holies week of .'!fl. The Pari- 
sian Widows had line houses week of -3. 
Tito Hun Tons next week. 



coliitnims. — At tho tltvitt Southern (O. 
M. HelVucr, imuutKvri "A I'nlr Hkchange" 
enli'iliilned full' slxed llotlscs Ocl. "it, 24. 
" 'Way Down Fast" drew good houses -fi. 
"The Land nf Nisi" nluyetl lo crowded hoiiBM 
::7,' rs. "Thu School for HtiBbnuds" 30, Otis 
Skluner Nov 1, "The Kternul City" 8, •!, 
Win. II. Crnno tl. 7, 'I'lffl I'liltl! f'nuflll'' 
s, II; "Thu Isle ot Bong Hong" 10, 11. 

Rxnm (Fred Neddcriuyef, nianuger). — 
"Alice, of Old Vltii'cnuos," as presented by 
Ihe Umpire Slock Co., was thoroughly en- 
loveil bv good houses during WVft of Oct. S3. 
h'riuiU Oawn find Myrtle .May, In tltn lending 
roles, did excellent work. Illll week of HO: 
"Cricket on tin! Ilenrlh" and "I,cinl Mo Five 
Shilling-!." On Nov. I Ihe .liluglo Imps, il 
well known local athletic mid soclnl club 



will bold Us Raima! uiltisttcl show. "Incog" 
next week. 

tlKAxn Ot'ttn.v Hopnii (W. W. Pressor, man- 
ager). — The limine wus chirk week ot Oct. "II. 
Knllnr iltl-.Vov. .1, "FutiiiiHiiiii" "-I, "Tito 
Street Singer" (IS, "My Tom-Hoy Olfl" l»-ll. 

Ilt'llf MraGCT It'. W. Harper, tnrningcr). — 
"Her Klrsl I'iiImo Step" mid "When the 
World Sleeps" divided Inst week, to good 
1 iimIiicss. "Tlie CimfoHsloiis of it Wife" .'Ho 
Nov. 1, 'Secret Service Sum" "••!, "At 1'lncy 
Hldge" US, "Amiss tho Pnclltc." IMJ. 
a " ■■ 

Ilnylnn.— At thu National Theatre (Oil. 
Ititrrows, ninitiiger) Ceo. Sidney, lu "lltisy 
ia/.v's VncMllon,'"tittrticted big crowds Oct. 
L':i-25, "Cortfesslon of n Wlfo" did fairly 
well 20-38. Coming: 1 1 union Urns.' "Fun- 
1*99)1" I'.O-Xov. 1, Kellnr, magician, Nov. 2--I. 

VicrottiA (C. H. Miller, nuuiagor).-- 
" 'Way Down Ktwt" did rwhI business Ocl. 
24. Thos, W. Boss, lu "A Fair exchange," 
drew well i'(i, Allco Flshnr, In "Tito Bchool 
lor Husbands," was very well pntroulfiid 28. 
"Tin' Laud of Nod" III). 

Siii.nlrniH' IIomb, — Tho lloynl Iliiiigni'lnn 
Oi-clicsiiii entertained it goisl sized audluncu 
27. "T'wo l.lltlo W.ilfs" ill. 



■ruled At lint Valentino (Otto KIIvm. 

manager) "In I ho Bishop's Carriage" was 
given a good reception Oct., 21, Itlchard 
Mniisll.'lil 27, "Tho .School for Husbands" 
31. Nov. 1, 

LYCT.mt (Frtink lltttt, manager). — Mabel 

Mi'lililiey wits greeted by big ItoilNOA 10-21. 
"The King of the Ortliim Ring" hud fair put- 
rntinge 22-211, "Ills Last iMlfitr" 2d-28, "Tun 
Scmfiint-y Olrl" 20-Nov. 1. 

Lmiiiii: (Abo Hhatih'O, manager). — Ban 
Rydi'll's Tiondou Ilellos gavo an excellent 
show, lo big business, 22 and week. lion Ton 
Ilurlesquura 20 and week. 

AiicMii'i (11. II. Lnmkin, manager).-— Char- 
lotte Townsciitl nnd cniiipunv wuro features 
22 and week. Thu Urcul Larayetlo aud com- 
pany 2!) and week. 

lltniT'H (Frniik Hurt, manager)^— "How 
Hearts Arc Broken," 111-21, and "The Mya 
Witness," 22-2r>, worn well patronized. "Her 
First FiiIm Htep" 202H, ''Afler Midnight" 
211-Nov. J . 



Akron — At tho Colonial (Illy K Illll, 
muiiuger) "The Bieventh Hour" did well Oct. 
2(1. Paul Gllmoro pleased two good houses 
2«. Vogel's Minstrels II. "Italics In Toylnnd" 
Nor. l.^Khen llolileti" 2, "nig Hearted ,11m" 
II, Frtical Hogiin unit compnuy 4, "The Oypsy 
(ilrl" I), Mnry Kmersou Hi, "Tho Mummy and 
llio Hum nilng Hint" II. 

Unique (Acbillo l'lillllon, mnnnKcr). — For 
week ot ,'IU: •Tlie Musical Hurts, Mr. and 
Mrs, Larry Shaw, the Boss Sisters, llnrmnn 
and Zeli'nib and Ilnrry Mnilun. Iliislneus In 

Sood. Changed (rout three shown to two 
ally, S3. 
Nuti:h. — Manager Uly R. mil, of tho Co. 
lonhil, returned 2f>, from his. cottage at Tur. 
Iteyfoot Luke, with tho Mention's record for 
duck, having bagged lit In two days' shoot- 
ing Homer Smith, or the "Llttlu Johnny 

Julio*." hIiow, spent Hunday, 22, hero. 

«»» 

LOUISIANA. ' ! '— ' "I 



rievelnnd. — At the Opera House (Harry 
D. Kline, ntiiiiugcr > W. II. (.'rune week uf .'III. 
Hohert Edcson, In "Mtfoughcuit," had excel- 
lent houses last week. 

<Jomini.il (Drew ft Cninplicll, tnaniigors).— 
"Tho Heart of Mary In, d" Is the Initial offer, 
ing of the Independent", week of 30. "Old 



Xe»v Orleans. — At Mm Cesceut (W. If. 
Itovles, tiiiiunger) Al. 0. Field's Minstrels 
enjiivcil u big week's business Oct. 22-2K. 
Al. 11. Wilson 2!) ntul week, "Huinuii Hearts" 
next week, 

TtiLANH (W. II. Howies, manager). — This 
Iioiihii will open Its doois for Hio heiison 
211, wllh "The College Widow." "Frank 
Daniels next week. 

(IliANIi Oi'Kii.i llnnsi: 111. C. Fottrton, mnn- 
oger). — "Tho Itoynl Box" was hiiiidsomely 
Staged nnd iiicsented week of 22, to liu- 
mcnmi bttslncas. "Tho Only Way" 2'J uud 
Week. 

tiitiiKNWAi.p (Henry fiieeiiwnbl, inunngitr). 
—The lleulr.-Huiitley llurlesijun Co. pluycd 
lo good business Inst week, 'flic Blue lllb- 
bon (Ilrls .'ID mid week. 

Lvi.-if. (Orecnwnlil ft Baldwin, inuiuigers). 
—The llnldwlii. Melville Slock Cn. idiiyed 
lo Itniueiisu IiuhIiiiss (vcek of 22, presenting 

"M'llsa. I'liu tjreat WltltO Diamond" 21» 

uud week. 

Oiii'tiKi.M (Murllu Beck, general mnna- 
gori.— Bill for week of .'IU: The Failottu Or- 
chestra, tho Mllltuiin Tlio, Illicit, Flliiti and 
compnuy, Jacobs' dogs, Friincls (lerard, Mr. 
and Mih, Allison, uud Bryant, uud Hnvllle. 

NOTKH, — Mnnnger II. C, Fonrton, of th* 
(Jr'iml Opetn House, Invited the newsboyo 
to his thentro Oct. 21, ntul n large numbec 

wen; In nltenilatici; The miitingei's r,r 

tins Orcciiwalil tniiilo <neh Tuesday night 

tictvalmys' night Illchnrd II. Urdu, 

representative or tint lilito Itlhbon olrls Co., 
niiiile (hillUH lively here lust week III the ml- 

vcrllslng line Pete Lutleiitide, (hi! well 

known llthogriiphi'i', hus resumed his work 
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bargain, in fine apparatus for 2c. stamp. 

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MAKE MONEY. 

Roller Skates 

The best aud cheapest skate made for rlnk-flse. 
tlomlcttc or stee roller- Moud for prices CORT- 
LAND ROW •"> HK»TK CO., Cortlaud, V.Y:-s- 



AT LIBERTY. 

Harry Bubfa, 



MaMOER OR BUS. MaNAOEB 
Past six eeaao m Managtr 1'KititiS' COUlDIANa 
Addttsa «0 LOUISA ST., MlUlanupott.TO', 



ILH.STR.1TED SOSfi SH'GEKS 

To try the Great New Novelty lilt, 

"EVERYBODY WORKS 
BUT FATHER," 

IN BIOORAPH P1CTCAES. 

Three complete verses, with chorus ror each, done 

In moving pictures to the exact time 

and aonsc of the eoucf. 

EXCrtL'OIATlNtf LY FCNNY. A HURUAMISG HIT. 

Supplied In oltlier white or black race characters. 

LE.VGTII, llitt. PRICE, $31.00. 

AMERICAN MUToSCOPE & BIOSRAPH CO, 

II E. 14th Sf„ NEW YORK. 



GLOGAU'S 
ALCOHOL GAS STOVE 

Can do nuythliiK a 

Gas Stove doe*. In- 

fllapenvable tor the 

DHKiMNG IlOltM for 

the heating of water 

tea, coffee, etc. Just 

the tiling TO WARM 

GREAnE PAIN I 8, 

eto. Weight, 8 osl 

Huim« tcltle»i.n,lor- 

le.« and ssnnkelees. 

oannot explode. Consumes J* cents of 

wood or gra t n nleotiol In an hour, is ever 

get. oat of order. Agents wanted. 8EHT 

ANYWHERE, EXPRESS P « ID, 01.00. 

C. P. GLOGAV A CO., 

- 40 Dearborn St.. Chicago. 




SO. WILKmOTON OPBBA B0U*B 

.WANTS TO BOJK GOOD SH0W8. 

llouae has changed han<1«. Seatlt g capacl y, 600; 

population, 8,500. HENRY BORELLV Manager, 

south Wilmington, III, . 



GHAS, D. PERKINS 

Thanks Mrrs. tor Offers, Remains with 
GORDON A BENWE rT ATT RACTIOHB. 

AT LIBERTY AFTER NOV. 4, EXPERT CLUB 

Jl'OOI.ER. Lightning Baton Spinning. Buck and 
Wlug Dancer. Elegant finish withtho double knob 
nre lint" ii. Add., Jan. Ouiibhaiiuua, Bennlugton.Vt. 



Trap Drummer, 

AT LIBERTY. 

Address WM. S. POTNAM, West Point Va. 



FINISH YODA AGT^^Ww'hil'e 

Singing. Dancing, Talking. Sample tidy, patterns 

and further parti miars for stamp. 

Geo. Breukor, Hunterdon Hol-l, Kleinlugton, N.J 



He». PERF«K«ERS tt AB'IB ,?$&% 

Opera Houses. Teams. Uoulediaua, S. aud D Ai tlsu>, 
Al Plsul ts; open Nov 11. I our all. AddrcuB 
CHAMBEHLAIN'S REMK.DY CO., Be1 Cloud Neb 



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J EFFERSON STOCK CO. 

(8QUTN BCWIM), . 

(1th SEASON), DIRECTION BRUCE CONQUER, - . . 

i»E>or»iviL> r«r Aivi> i^ijv^s. 

Hustling Advance AgenU, Al Good Looking Juvenile Man and Woman, Man aud 
Woman for Heavies, and Characters, Comedians , with good Specialties. Good 
..alary 10 Man wl.li Hrst class Moving Picture Outfit. Feature Vaudeville Team; 
change nightly and play small parts. Musical Act, S. and T>. Sinter Team. Tell 
all In first letter, Photoa returned. City time only. Keeley Slitter., Rosar Trio, 
Joeand Uonnle. Vance, Frank Tobln, Harry VIekery, write. Address 

ROBERT McADOO, Manager Opera House, Paris, Tenn. 



AT LIBERTY, 

Sam Drane and Bro., 

A I SPECIALTIES. 

A'so have Edison .Moving Picture Machine and Stereoptlcoiii Both play principal characters and 
comedy purw. - Also have good thing to feature that will bring tlrm as strong as Barman & Balley'M 
Circus. Will accept Burlesque, Farce Comedy or uny good show that wants goods and tvill pay lor 
good goodB. Weeks Oct. mj and week Feb. fl, care of Gen; Del . P. 0.. St. Louis, Mo. 

■ SAM DRANK, from Dranetivllle. 



NTBD, 



FOR 



City 



Gaspard Bros.' am rations, 

"A DANGEROUS LIFE." ^HMiRL BEtEt3TIV£," 
"A WOMAN'S WORST SIN," 

A I DRAMATIC PEOPLE IN ALL LINES 



Address 



Must be Capable and Reliable. 

GASPARD BROS., General Del., Philadelphia, Pa. 



WARNING TO PIRATES - 

"Who have not the BRAINS to ORIGEPfATE an act of their own, but wait 
and see others and copy, and then have the WBP9M TO CLAIM the origi- 
nallty. AVe refer to Parties who have STOLEN our original idea, which we 
have been doing; for several years. This act is COPYRIGHTED and shall be 
FULLY PROTECTED according to law. '. ' .' ' '•'.! ! 




SPINNERS OF WIOyOXES, ETC. 



THE FREMONT STOCK CO., 

COL W. H. PRRMONT, Manager, . . ' . „ 

Al LEADING WOMAN. WITH GOOD APPKARANOF, 4BIL1TY and WARDROBE. HEAVY MAN. 
must bo GOOD SIZED, of OOliD APPEARANCE and ABILITY. Also Good RKP. AGENT and other 
useful Rep. people; those with specialties preferred. Enclose progrmsund state everything' S'st 
letter. Address FKRMONT STOCK CO, Plvmouth, Ind., Nov. J, 3, 4; Adrian, Mich., Nov.ti and week. 
Name lowest salary Urat letter, and state if you can Join on receipt of wire. - . ■ 



MULLENS THEATRE, OMAHA, NEB. 

WILL OPEN -SUN DAY, IVOT. 1*. , 

WA.VTBD— Vaudeville Acts, oxpoMenued Vaudeville Pianist. Sister Teams; Burlesqne Peoule'Biw ' 
Chorus Gl-ls for stock; Oomcdiau for stock, one thutcau direct and produce. r»0 WINE ROOMS. 
People wlsliing to bonk. this bouse, sund In for Immediate and future timcatouce. Opeu Urns for 
Vaudevillo Company, MIUBtrela (malo or femu'e) und DuiHiasiUu Shows; Address 
■ W. M. BISRRY, Mg-r.. care. Midland Hotel, Oiualiu. Wol). ... 



DOT KARROLL GO. WANTS QUICK, 

LEADING JUVENILE MAN, for Strong Line of Leads. 
LEADER * Pianist 'and Arranger). 

Both mlia> jttla oq tflra. Blata lnwest.pay own. Long, pleasant season If you have WAKDRO^t) 



._, pleasant season If you 
SOBRIETY and COMPETENOV. SIXTH SEASON and SALARIES paid to THK MINPTE. 
J. \ . WKI.811, LOWELL, MASS. 



week so; Salem, weekKOV..*.. 



a 



AN ARISTOCRATIC TRAMP" CO., 

MAN FOR TRAMP, must double some Horn in Baud; J0VEN1LE WOMAN, OHAllAOTEIt W0M»N 
PIANO to double Snare Drum. People all lines who double band.wrlte. Name lowest, pay own hotels 
S. K. LESTER, Mir., So. MoAtestir, Ind. Ter„ Nov 4; Holdenyllle, Ind. Ter., Nov. 6; bhawnee, 
Ok. Ter., Nov. 7; Tecumseh Ok. Ter., Nov iv 8e» mute. > 



To correspond with Young Lady us Farmer tu ,. 
travel with leader ._ AddresR. 

» " I 



E. I. UARTEPOOL, ft, Wayne, Ind. 



KAOifiPTOCirr tin.ooo PRomrcT»ow np 

TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR BOOM, 

Management ot J. M. BCSBY A CO. 80 successful wests. ' Us eaaA cump.eie penormauce. Mn;e 
mone. i vesica and more New Vauderl|le Fcaiures than ever attempted by any one presenting tl 
great*, ot Tem-e u e Pmys. Munsgeis of OPiJRA HUDSES In Texas, Arkansas and the South, se 
open tune UiNoveUibir aud Derember. Musicians and Ten Nighta People, write. Addresn ' 

J. M. BUSH ¥, permanent, l'A> A, ILL., or Tesarhaaa, Alt;,, until HOT. 1. . 



NOVEMBER 4. 



THE 1STEW YORK CLIPPER. 



945 



TAULK OF CONTEXTS. 



J'i/i/c. 

lisa 

U8S 

! IH S 

U3S 

. u:ts, mo 



ceum. did well. 



Miss Clll'pcr'n Anecdotes 

Marguerite Clarke— Sketch 

Cham Hanks — Sketch 

'Cycling MtHord' Broe 

IJIIT l*W>Clu>l LcttlT - £'" 

FCHlurrs of tin' Weekly Show — Illustration*.. 03'J 

UnurlM Answered '112 

Our Chicago Letter IHS 

VUw*t Hurt ouiiv m:s 

On tijc iio«ii o.*: 

Latest by Telegraph M3 

Vaudeville Haute 1.1*1 l>4r.. «.i4<> 

New York (.'ll.v — Review and Comment... HOP, nil 

INnllM In t!ie Profession .1">1 

Coder tbe Tents !>51 

•rilE.MT.ICAl. COIil'liSPONDENCI - . 

Maryland PI2 

Main" »«- 

Massachusetts 91- 

Dohiware ft l"l 

lll,]:lliu]l]:l M3 

<n,!o 11-13, 051 

IsnllslllllU W3 

( .l!l:i 'I ' 04S 

Connect leot MS 

i! bi*i>' islaml MB 

1'eutisylvanla MJ 

Missouri !'IT 

Indiana MT 

Tennessee Hi 

Iowa MI 

Oregon !' 17 

Colorado OK 

New York Statu IMS 

New Jersey !i is 

Minnesota IMS 

Tesns IMS 

Nebraska H 18 

Kentucky IMS 

Went Virginia HIS 

Aluhumn BAH 

Wlm-una'a Pol 

California Wl 

Michigan ; 001 

Illinois KU 

Virginia 051 

tliwrijin 051 

Washington Out 

1'lull 051 

Kansas 051 



LATEST BY TEL EQRAPH 

Monday NlKht's Ournlnm In all the 
Ulg Show Tonal. 

l.'OI.-DMV GATE GI.I'A.MM.s. 



....... Koreti augh "s S lock Co. 

revived "Men and Women.* "A Ilesper- 

HW Uiniicc," nt Heuck's, opeuetl to capacity. 
• -.... 1 lie Orphoum Show, ut the Columbia. 
New York Slurs at tUc Standard, and llnlutv 
I oree Burlesqucrs ut the People's, cave good 
performances. 

♦*♦ 

CANADA. 



Continued Prosperity 1m (be Rule. 

Sfi'oUil Dhputuhea io 'l'uii New Yokk Cliitlr.. 

(iv.v Fuancisco, Oct. at. — At tbe Colum- 
bia, tbls Is tin- second and Inst week of An- 
drew Muck, presenting "Tom Moore" mid 
"The Way to Kentnare." 

Majestic. — "The Lottery of Love" Is this 
week's bill. 

Califounia. — Tbe Jolly Gross Widows 
this week. Tbe Washington Society Girls 
next week. 

Cra.ni> Oram, Hocsc — Yesterday marked 
the beginning of a two weeks' engagement of 
"Hen line" um'cr the local management of 
Ootllob. Marx & Co. "Foggy from Paris" 
Sunday, 20, afternoon and evening. 

Ai.c.vmi:. — "Iris" Is tbe curreut week's at- 
traction. 

ChStbal. — '-Hlg. Hearted Jim" Is tbe eur- 
reuL offering. 

'Tivuli Opera Houhi;. — Grand Italian 
Opera: Tuesday (I.nlsa Tetrazzlnl) "Ln Son- 
naabula ;" Wednesday, "La Bubonic ;" Thurs- 
day, "La Truvlata;" Friday, "Norma," and 
Saturday matinee and Sunday evening, last 
appearances of Tetrazzlnl. 

Oiii'hkum. — 11111 week beginning 20 : The 
Slslers Macarte, Charles Frolic's European 
.Novelty, lvdwnnl Esmond und company, the 
Twelve Broomstick Witches, Clayton, Jen- 
klnB and Juspar, sfguorlnu Verera, O'Brlou 
uud Buckley, and the ktnodrome. 

Car/tH. — Bill week of 30 : Brownie's 
dainty Girls, Oelchlno and Dclmuni. Fryc 
and Bluud, the Bush Family, Bert White, 
Cllutou uud tbe blograph. 

I'lsciiKii'tf. — Bill week of 30: Mrs. Alice 
J. Shaw,' the Three Kohers, the Kdgar Sisters, 
Catherluc Clayton, tbe Diamond Comedy Four, 
Ilrowu mid Rogers, and the new moving pic- 
tures. Big business rules at tbls house. 

Notes. — Friday afternoon. Oct. 27, ut tbo 
Hrubcuiu, the seventh annual benefit In aid of 
lln oburlty fund of the Sau Francisco Asso- 
ciated Theatrical Managers took place. Every 
theatre and place of amusement waB repre- 
sented ou the programme Denis O'Sul- 

llvuu gave a song recital at tbe Alliamhra 
Theatre Tuesduy evening. 24, llila concert 
being given by particular reuuest of blx many 

friends and admirers The sale of seats 

Fur the two L'uiuiu Kames concerts, 2(1 and 28. 
nt the Alliamhra Theatre, under tbe local 
iMUUBMnent of Will L. Greenbautn, Is very 
la we.. . 



FROM ill HUH POINTS. 



Business Reported Good All Vlmm 
i In- Line. 

Chicago, Oct. III. — 'Che horse show last 

week affected business Itlchunl Maus- 

Hcld cpriied In "Don Carlos." ut (he Grand 
Opera House, 30....01ga Nethersole opened 

ni tbo Illinois, In "The Lubyrluth." This 

la the last week of Blanche Walsh, lu "The 
Woman lu the Case." at McVlcker's.. .."The 
Clrl and the Bandit" returned to the Ourrlck 

•Sunday Current attractions are: '"Tbo 

1'lnk llussnr," at the Chicago Opera House; 
"lluuiply Duuipty," ut the Auditorium : 
'•I'utiy-llve Minutes froui Broudway." ut (ho 

• 'oloulal: "'J'lie Yankee Itugeul." nt the La 
Siille. uud "In Hie Bishop's Carriage," ut 
t'owers' Capacity buslucss rules. 

BmroK, uci. SI. — Savage's Kugiish Grand 
Oporu Co. opened ut the Treiuoiit, lu "Aldn." 

io capacity "The Duchess uf Duulilc" 

.started well at the Mollis Street "Me. 

llliu and I," ut the Globe, nml "Uueeu uf 
tbe Uighblndcri.!,'' ut the Gruud, were week 

wluuds. opening to good crowds Frltzi 

Srileff, In "Jtlle. Modiste," ut the Colonial, 
tmd I>«iiiuaii T'lioiiipsoti. at Hie Boston, be- 
gan llmlr last weelcH excellently The 

I'ligugeineut of "The Lion and the Mouse," nt 
; lic I'urk. has been extended two weeks.... 

"As Ye Sow" tills Ihe Majestic The other 

lnjtises enjoyed great buslucss. 

, W.ISU1X0TON. Oct. ill, — VMn Allen opened 

hi "The Toawt of the Town," at Ihe Nntlumil, 

<o a lull bouse "Mrs. Temple's Tele- 

gram" did well at Ihe Itolnsco "Little 

•Minii.v Juues" filled the Columbia 

"tilglil Hulls"' packed the Academy 

JJewi'se Fuller Golden beaded the bill at 

<-iii|ses's 'J'be Jdaacottca bad crowds at 

tbe Lyceum. ' 

LouiBvau;, Oct. 81.— "Sue Klernul City" 
vpeued at .Macaiilcy's. to a large audience. 

• ■ ■ .. ."Busy lour's Vacation" packed tbo 

•ui'suule "The House of Mystery," ut 

[be Avenue, wus siicceBsfnl The Fay 

Foster Co. turned people away from the 

Uicklngtmui .Sunday Vaudeville at Hop- 
Inns' drew crowded houses. 

Kansas City, Oct. III.— "Baln-8 lu tbo 
>\ood" oiiciiod u week's engagement at Con- 
v elitlo|i Hull, Io u big liousc, Hcorlng a till. 

"Mrs. Led' '^vcII'm Boots" opened il 

tour ulghls' eugi- mcut at tbo Willis Wood. 

and was well re .ted M. It. 0. greeted 

"31ie Meld am' ne Mummy" at tbe Graud. 

'.Big bou -t saw tbe bill at tbe Or- 

Pbeunj At tbe Glllts. "The Millionaire 

Detective" drew two big bouses "The 

Old Cross Roads." at the Auditorium, fared 
yell...... .The Trans-Atlantic lvxtravnganza 

1 o., at the Majestic, and the Merry Makers, 

at the Century, drew well May Irwin 

comes to the Willis Wood Thursday. 

Ciuri.vNATi. Oct. 31.— At the Grand. Fran- 
el* Yvllson was seen In "Cousin Hilly" and 

Ihe Llltle Father of the Wilderness." 

'Lovers' and I.uiintlrp." a' the Wnlntit Street. 

'"'•J "'Wijvii i'jc World tfleeua." m ib-- L;.- 



Monlr. ni — ||| s Majesty's ( H. y. Brooks, 
nmnuger> was dark Oct. 23-28. "Tbe Prodi- 
gal fcon" :su and week. 

AoAmiMv ok Mrsie IF. llnwortli, mana- 
ger).— -Me. Him mid I" played to packed 
nouses 23-28, "Sherlock Holmes" .".0 nml 
week. The Serlo-Comic tiovemess'' Nov. 0- 

TiiMTni; Hovai, (II. C. Kgerlon. nmtiuger*. 
— wntsun's Orientals came to big business 
Oct. 2:;-28. Miner's Auierlcnus 30 and week, 
Miner m Bohemians Nov. ij-ll. 

Theatiii; Fiianc.ms (F. W. I.e Clair, ninu- 
Jger). — I, a Troupe Cnzi'iieuve. permanent 
Jrencb stock coui|iany, in "Xunoleon," lo fair 
business, Oct. 211-28. "l.a Tosca" 30 uud 
week. 

THSATBO MM Noivlaltcs (Ii. naveuii, 
nmnager). — Tin' permaneat French stock. In 
Le Frlnco tic Kllilnb." had fulr houses 28-28. 
"1. Advcrsalre" 30 and week. 

TllUATRK N'ATIONAI. FlIAXCAIS (C. GnilV- 

rcau. munngerK — The iiermnnent French 
stock company, in "Los i irplielln* du Pont 
Notre Dnme," hud good houses 23-2S. "Ln 
Crime du Nld de I/Algle" ("Eagle's Xcst"i 
.10 und week. 

Ahkna (F. Northey, manaeerl. — Cairo 
slugs Xov. 1 . 

■ 

Toronto.— At the 1'rlncess (0. U. Sbep- 
pard, malinger) B. S. Wlllurd, In '"J'be Fool's 
Revenge," drew large business Oct 23-28, and 
bas been retained lor week of 30. 

GUAM) (A. 3. Small, manager I. — "Tbe 
Serio-Comlc Governess" bad big business week 
of 23. "Kerry Gow" 30 und week. 

llAJUsrio (A. J Small, lunnuger). — "No 
Mother to Guide Her" drew well week of 23. 
Mlie Flaming Arrow" 30 und week. 

BUGA'8 (J. Shea, iimnager). — A good show 
and big business week of 23. Blfi week of 
30 : The Williams and Walker Glee Chili, 
Bert Cuolc and company. Hassan Hen All's 
Arabs, De Witt, Burns and Torrance, Baron's 
Burlesque Menagerie. Mere! Yon YVurzl, Wood 
and Unv. ami Blllle Lltib. 

Maski;y Bali, (Stewart llnusher. manu- 
geri. — liuiitjii Calve, with Argyro t.'astron, 
Ysnbel Kamnrd, lierrlek Von Nordou, M. 
Bulxmaim and Louis Fleury appear ,'W.'. 

Star if. W. Sluir, manage ri. —The Alca- 
zar Beauties. 2::-28, did imiueliso business. 
Walsou's Oriental Burles(|uers 30 und week. 
■ 

HI. John. — At the Opera House (A. U. 
Skluuer. manager) tbe W. !*. llarklus Co. 
oiiened Its unuuiil engagement Oct 111, wilb 
a splendid performance of "Darkest ltusslu," 
to 8. II. u. Sue Van Duser, lltliel Duvls, 
Hurry Stubbs uud Aldrlcb Uowker. olil fa- 
vorites, reer'lved wiirm welcomes. Hurry Eng- 
lish. Joseph Sohunn. Albert. Tavernler, Kale 
1'owew uud Lucille Nelson also deserve men- 
tion. Tbe coiupanr produced "Tbo Cowboy 
uud the lAHiy'" 23-2C, to igood business. '"I'lin 
Gentleman Burglar' 1 ao-88, King lidwuid 
Stock Co. (local) Nov. B, Spencer Star Coarse 

Ot'Ki'.x's Hink (A. J. Tuft, manager).— 
The Irish Guards Baud played a return en- 
gagement Oct 2J, to fair business. 
,, ionic (11. .?. Armstrong, manager). — The 
raullue Ilanuuoiid Co. ois-ned a week's en- 
gagement 23, to fair business. Follurd's 
Juvenile OiK-ra Co. 30-Nov, it. 
■ 

""'inn. — At the Humid! (P. Gorman, 
manager) Klsle Jauls. lu "Tbo Little Du ch- 
ose," drew crowded bouses Oct. 18. HI. Rose 
Coghlaa scored a success 23, 04, Jerome 
h. Jerome Nov. 2, "Tbe Serlo-Couilc Gov- 
erness 3, 4. 

Uiia.vu Oi'BHA Hoi:sh (H. J. Blrdwblstle, 
mauager) — "Too Proud to Beg" hod crowd- 
ed houses 111-21. Harvey & Gage Comeilv 
Co. 2:;-28, BIJou Comedy Co. 30-Nov. 4, "The 
Flaming Arrow" 0-11. 
« 

London,.— At the Grand (J. & Turton, 
manager) Joe Murphy gnve two pcrforoi- 
aueet, Oct. 31, to \'ery large houses. Elsie 
JuuIh, in "The Little Duchess," 25, 20, had 
big houses. "The Sign of the Four" VS. 
"The Serlo-Comle Governess" 30. "Her First 
balse Step" 31, Nov. I, "1'rlncess Chic" 2, 
"The Geulua and the Model" 4. 

JUMxtrrr'ti (C. W. Benuelt, manager).— 
Bill IblH week: Hstelle Wordctte and com- 
lainy, Parker's dogs, Torcat and D'Allzu. 
lluber. Be Anos, Gonuun and West, und 
1 eager and Yeager. 

»«» 
CONNECTICUT. 

Hartford.— At Parsons' (II. C. Fufson<>, 
mnuiigei) Luwieueu D'Orsny, In "The l!m- 
hussy Bull," Oct. 20, ai, hud lingo audiences. 
Illcliuril Carle preseuled "Tbe Alayor of To- 
klo." 23. scoring a genulue suecess. The 
audiences were large and enthusiastic. Lewis 
Morrison repeated his usual success 24, In a 
Bcholarly presentation of Mephlsto, lu 
"Faust." ''The Duchess of IjmiikIc" fol- 
lowed, and wns (be only real comic opera of 
a strictly elevated type which bus been seen 
In tbls city for many moons. Kvle Greene 
was a revelation, and she so charmed her 
audiences that her recalls were numerous uud 
pcrslsteut. "The Pearl ami (bo Pumpkin" 
."o-Nov. 1, "The College Widow" 3, I, "Be- 
fore and Alter" 0. 7. 

llAiiTi'uini Oi'I'.ka Hoosn (Jeaulngs & 
Graves Co., managers). — Tbls house was 
damaged by Water during tbe mist week, 
owing to a bud lire, which coinpletelv rained 
mi iidjuceiit building, and It Is estimated that 
Sl.ouo will scarcely make good the Injury. 
"The Trucked Around the World'' Co. lost 
two performances lu view of the bouse being 
closed by (lie olflchil building Inspector, who 
i-otislderud the walls adjacent lo the bonne 
unsafe. Carpets hud to be lakeil up, dra- 
peries removed for cleansing, uud numerous 
repairs nuidc lueldeut lo reoueiiiiig. HusIiic-h 
suffered soiuewhul. owing to Ihe dislurbnuec, 
but Mnnuger Jennings bus nveryildng In ritn- 
nlug order now. "The Lighthouse By the 
Sen" played a good engagement Oct, 21) 2S. 
"Purls by SH/bC' 30 Nov. I, the buys 2-4. 

I'oli'k (Uiiils V„ Kllby. manugeri.— A very 
good bill pleased large uudleuces during Ihe 
lui'-i week, uud tbe bill lor week of 3o em- 
bodies numerous excellent features. 



UMepille Rome Cist 

Thl« list 1* made op aa nearly no- 
curate as It la pnaaddc to make n ll»t 
of -vnndevllle booking;*. To Inaore In- 
ner! Ion in thin donnrtment the name 
of the tli.-nlre or nark, aa well as the 
oily or limn, MUST Bccomuaiiy ench 
booking- acnt u«. 



llrldi/epnrt — At Suill'i'fl (li. C. Smith. 
malinger I "The Shadow lleiilnd tlio Throne" 
played lo good business Oct. 23. "Nellie 
Ihe Ku«ni|{!rr did well 2-1. 25. Lewis Morri- 
son, played "Fnust." lo good .returns, 2(1. 
"Dora Tlioruc" did big business 27. 28. "For 
Ilia Brother's Crlme' r 3D. "The Vlrglnhiii" 
31, "A RutiMWiiy Buy" Nov. 1, 2. Ill Henry's 
Minstrels 8, Kyrlu L'ellew -I. 

1'oi.i'n IS, '/.. Foil, manugeri. — Bill for 
Week of Oet 2" playid lo good bUMttnmn, 
r.'ioked week uf 811 : llau McAvov and lll.'i 
Fifth Avenue (iirls. Ibe Three Dcfion.-. "Tbe 
Girl Behind the Drum, ' George lloej. Tree 
uud Jerioou. th« Cuslnu Comedy l-our. the 
O'Uuurke-Buructle Trio, and tbe tltetro- 
gruph. 

< I 

Steik Eiilito wriles from Gtnd, Belgium: 
"Wc have made a big bit. Tbe thcatru Is 
crowded each night In capacity, and Satur- 
day and Sunday many hundred people can 
not get se«H. Two hours before the doors 
are open hundreds of people stand In tbe 
rnln. so n« to get the best seats." 

M.w.ie Yai.b writes that she Is not working 
with Nellie Ilnriwell, but Is working alone. 
Miss Yale appeared nt the Howard. Boston, 
wix.k of Oei. 23-2S, niej luf.jrm: us (but bcr 
,,..| ,. a ., w „|] ri;i-i!;M| 



Acker & Collins, Cleveland, 30-Nwv, I: Xoirltv, 

I.c\Iiil'H,ii. K}.. nil. 
Ailell.i, Iji, Cnh'lv. S|irlngllclil. HI.. "o-Nor. I. 
Ailnms, Muslcnl, Slur. Stirlngtlctil, Mnsii., 30-Nor. 

Ailinns a Mack, (ban, Lynn. Muss.. KO-Nov. -I. 
AiMlstm .V Livingston, llljuii. Isli|«'inluc, Midi.. 

.".o-.Ni.v. I; tir.tiul. Milwaukee, \VN.. oil. 
Aconst Fuiiill). Ki-Hh's. t'TMVlilcmv. :;oNov. I. 
Afierii. Cleis. & .Inc. Kwiiey's. Ukln., ;iil-Nnv. I ; 

l>niliiuin. I'lleii, N. V„ I'll. 
Ahem A- Itnxlir, Karl. Puthiu. Col., M Nov. 4 ; 

Crystal, Cripple Crivk, Oil. 
AlieiiH. The. Crystal. SI. Joseph. Mu.. .10- Nor. I. 
Alvi'irrtn Trio. Ocni, Lvnn, .Muss.. .".u-Nov. -!. 
AlUrln \ Wulfkrn, Ainllturluni. fiiiliuny, N, J., 

:;i'-N;>v. 4. 
AIM* (21 Ljilc. Cleviluiid, :u» Nov. -I. 
Alvu. All.c. Kinplrc. llrlilce|»Tl. it., ."t'-Xov. I. 
Allmrtii-: A: Millar. Circus Carre. Amslerdam, llol., 

Nov. II.V 
Aldn. tiros.. Family, Untie. .Mont., 30-Nov, ■.; 

Helena, n-ll. 

AllisKii, Mr. »v Mrs., Orjiiieiiin. New Orlciins. I.n.. 
30 Nov. -I. 

AIIhiic * l.a Ilranl, Cruiiil. Iluiulltiii. il., .'Ill- 
No v. 4. 

Alblniis. Tlic, Novelty, Tejiku. C«n„ liONnv. t. 

Allui. Marie. I.'n«ili-. lllismiloglou, HI., Uo-Nor. 
I: (Islety, S|irliijillflil, (i II. 

AlraUKh .v May. Ainphloii. Ukln.. 30-Nor. 1. 

Allen. Phyllis, ttnymnrki't, Chicago. 30-Nnr. I. 

Aleviuiiler, Oiv. It., lluwurd, Hosion. 3U-Xuv. 4. 

Aliuont & Dumuiit. II. O. II., I'lltsbnrg. :;o N.,v. I. 

Altlien Twins. I!. O. II.. rillstuint, !IU-.Nov. -1. 

Amerlciis I'aiuiily 1-niir, Mnje>tlc. Hot KprlllBS 
Ark.. IW-Nov. 4 : Majestic. Waco. Trx„ 1111. 

Aimini ,v riiiii'iotic, l.viui, Mas... :tu Ni,v. 4. 

Antrim fc I'ctvrs, Oiirrlcfe, Wllmlngioii. Del., SO- 
Nov. 4. 

Aiiilersni) \ (lolncs, Lynn. Lynn. Mase., 30-Xov. 4. 

Ainlersoii, I 'has.. Acme, Norfolk, Vn., .10-Nov. I. 

Arliucitin Comiily l-'our, Family, Sernntou, l'u., 
:io-.Nov. 4. 

Arlliiiiton Four. Lyric, Clevelniul. 30-ReT, 4. 

Argtill. Win., Orphftim. Denver. Col., 20-Nov. 4. 

Arlington A. Ili'lstmi. Fninlly, Itlebinond, lad., 30- 
Nov. 4 I Sinr, llnucle, 0-11. 

Armor.it. Will & Jennie, liljou. La Crosse, tVls., 
30-NoT. I. 

AHmiioii. Agnes, llnnleii. (.'an toll, O.. 30 Nov. I. 

AIIiiiiiIh. Ureal, Ynln-ullver, It. Cm 30-Nov. 4. 

Auburn. t!l>, KliTlrlc. XVolerloo. l:i., Nov. il-ll. 

Avullos. Aiuslcnl, .Mliiiinlirn. N. Y. C. "o-Nov. 4. 

Av.-o ti I'liiil, I'l'.ijili.-'s. Oeuar BanUs, la., no 

Nov. 4. 
Bailey a Austin, l'roclor's, Newark, N. J., 80- 

Nov. -I. 
Haker..Ci... Moll Toil, l'blln., So-Nov. 4. 
Huron's llurlesque Meungerlv, Shea's, Toronto, 

Una., ."iP-Nov. 4. 
U:i:iili>r-I,a Vcllc Troupe, Uiilque, Minneapolis, 

Minn., 811-Nov. 4. 
Harnells. The, Star, SplliignVlil, Mu.. 30-Ni.v. 4. 
Hnmu h Vane, Viihiue. Los Angeled. Unl., 30-Nov, 

II. 
Harry. Katie, I'roclerV, Ncwurk. N. J.. 30-Nov. 4. 
lli,<i|iic ijiiiirlt'ttc. Prut-tor's, Newark, N. .1., 'In- 

Nuv. -I. 
Hiniies ,V Washburn. Illjuti, Murlnette. Jllch., 30- 

Nov. I: HI],, n, KxiinuliN, (ill. 
Uiiics. Louie W., Crystal, Loyuusisirt, Inil., 30- 

Ni,v. I: Kiiiplre. l-nv|i,.rl. III., 0-11. 
IIiiiiiii. Millie. Hem. I. .inn. Mass.. .".ii.Nnv. I. 
lliiniunl. Yirglnlu, ilriiilviiliiirgirs. Dills. . 30-Nov. 

-I. 
nnrloHS. Breakaway, Hujul, Monlrcul, Can., 30- 
Nov. 4: Star. Toronto, o-ll. 
Hari-ovvs-LniicaMcr Co., Auilltorluut. Lynn, Mass., 

30-Nov. I. 
Itasseti, Mertlna-r. Star. Miniele. 1ml.. Nov. OIL 
Hni-ues. Sliuirt. Keith's. FnivMeMC, ,'IO-Xov. -1. 
Ileriililil, Yivlull, A. .V S., ttiisinli. 30 Nuv. I. 
Ili'iiuiaii, Maude, A. A S., Huston, 3n-Nov. 4. 
Ilrlfurt. Miiy. Mivre's. Portland, Me.. :in-N«v. I. 
Berry & Motlesk, Lyric, ltlehiuofnl, Vn., 30-Nov. 

•1; Tlvoll. New HraiMirlck. N. J.. (111. 
llcnreii, Ni-Ilu, Onilieuin. Ukln.. 3il-Nov. 4. 
IKs-ilnr .t May, Auditorium, Norfolk, Va., So 

Nov. 1. 
Be.illey. Jeuiile, liljou, Kciiosbu, W'U., 3u-Nov. 1; 

liljou, Slichoygan, 11-11. 

Ural, in. iaivi.nl it Milh'gle, Slur, Mlllli'le, lllil., 

80-Xov. 4. 
Beiuler, Lillian, Fninlly, l'ntcrsou, K, J,, 30-Nov. 

lleu'uett, Mabel, Iirudi'liburgb's. l'lillu., .'10-Nnv. 4. 

Ilersae'ri, Clreus, U. 0. 11., Pltlabtirg, 30-Nov. I. 

Helbuaii & Moore, Procter's, Troy, N. Y., 30-Nov. 
4. 

lk-iinclts. Musical, I'uiiiliy, lluzcllon, l'u., 811- 
Nnv. 4. 

lie Alios. The, Ul'lllll'U's. Li.iubiu, Cull.. 30-Nov. I. 

lleucli ic Reach, Spokniie, Wash., 2U-Nuv. 4; Se- 
attle, (ill. 

Ilosjiiih A .Miller, 11. & S., N. Y. C 3HNov. 4. 

llertlna * Hrockwny. Keith's. N, Y. C, 30-Xuv. 
4, 

llcillnl ,V Arthur, Paris, Fr.. ao-Nov. 8tl. 

Heu All. lliirisioi. Shell's, 'J'omnlo, Can.. 3(i-Nov. 4. 

Mill, lllcycle, lluyniurkvl, LTdeago. 30-Nuv. 4. 

llinuliatii, J. W., Klei-trlc, YViilerloo, hi., Nov. il- 
ll. 

llloiulell. ICdwnnl, .t Co., Alinimtirii, If. Y. C, 30- 
Nov. 4. 

Hlnoiii It Coois-r, Mnrylaiiil. Iklthiioie, 30-Nov. 4. 

llliiek a Leslie, lliuiil. Vu uroiiver. Cm., 30-Nov. 
■I; i ; ran. I. lirlllicluiiii. Wusli., 11-11. 

Iliwcr, (Vie, I'riincls, urplieum, Kiuisiis City, Mo., 
Nov. 41-11, 

Holte. Cellini, Uuyiimrkel. Clilcugo. 30-Nov. 4, 

Iluotbliick (Jiiurtette, Orlfluul, liljou, l'lillu, 30- 
Nov. I. 

Bordevcrry, Col., (1. O. It., Ini]lauii|iolla, 30-N'ov. 
I; Coliiiiililu, Cliicllliiall. Il-ll. 

".Hiker it Cnrhlev-. Kel'li's. I'rovlilcnci'. 30-Nov. 4. 

Iloslon. Karl. Acuie, Norfolk, Yu., 8UNuv. 4. 

Hi,-. two!'., Jesse, Auditorium, loan, Mass., 80- 

;«v. i. 

Ilnii'lyii k Wunl. Olympic. CIiIciiko, 30-Nov. 4 ; 

Iliiymurkel, CIiIcuko, "12. 
Hi.yil, Marry. KiIInjii. lleleuu. Man.. Su-Nnv. I. 
Uruwnliit! i Wallj. Clnrlnf, Isn: Angiles, Cal., ::n- 

Nov. It. 
Ilnclley ti Uuvls, Ilulicr's, N. V. C, Sn-Nuv. I. 
Brewers. The. & F. II. McAtloo, Socleli' Isles, So. 

I'nc, 8ii-Nov. 80. 
Bruno i- Russell. Victoria. N. Y. C .'10-Nov. 4 ; 

I'uslor's. N. Y. C, Oil. 
Hryaiit A: .Savlllc, Oipheum, New Urh-aus, La., .",li- 

No>. I. 
Brown Jt Druwn. Oiplivuio Ouniba, Neb., Nor. 5- 

II. 
Bright Hros., (irurul. llaiiley. Kiur., So Nov. t. 
Ilreiiiinii A: Itose. Keith's. I'mvldi'mv, ao-Nov. 4. 
llritnil. Smile, Itlnlin. Blinlrn, S. V. ::o Nor. 4. 
Ilruzll A Hrur.fl Kellli's, l'lillu.. SO Nui. I. 
Itrnivn, Harris ,v llriovii. Oorhtini, likln,. 30-Nov. I 
llrol'si Trio. Slur. Iluiiilllim, Cull,, SU-Nov. I. ' 
Hi'iiinlow A Wiley, Proctor's, Albany, N. Y., 30- 

Wrt. ■'. 
liriniiisilek Witches (121, OriJicum. Ban Fran.. 

C.il., 30-Nov. 1. 
Hrown, ilco.. Ilriiilfiiluircli's. l'lillu,. .'lONov, 4. 
Hrowu, Wlil.lllug Tola. Di'iilituin. Oiuulia, 30-Nor. 

1. 
Ilrmlfonls, The. Music Hall, Gkiueciitcr, Jlanfi., 

Nov. il-li. 
lliiiivii ft vVrigbl. Ji'lTers, Suslauw, Mich., Jo- 

Nov. 4. 
Blown. .T.ick. A Lillian Wrlehl. Howard. (Jlilcugu, 

30-Nov, 4: Lyi^-iiui. MIiiii^h|siII:i, Mini,.. IMI, 
Burke a Dcmpsey, JPsire's, Portland, Jfe., 30' 

Not. I. 
linscli I-'uullv. Ai'iiie. Siicriiineiito, f.'nl., 3"Nov. I. 
lliiil'.u a Hurt ti. West Shle, Ueloll, Wis., 3d- 

Nov. 4. 
Hui-kuer. ilrido'iun, Kiuisiis t'lty. Mo.. SU-Nov. I : 

Orpliclliu. New Orleuns, Lil.. II II. 
Husklrli \ Rich, Orpin-urn. ItmdHlf, l'u., 30- 
Nov, 4. 
HurLi'ii. .lutwllin:, b'nl'iue, Kuu CUIrs, VU., 'Ml- 

Not. |. 
Hiilz. i;ount lie, Ol.vniii!'-. Chlraco, .'.o-Nuv. I, 
Huriau, AI. II.. I.yric. cievclunri, Mi-Nov. 4. 
burl:i-. At.. Mmic Halt, OkiacKter, Mats., 30- 
Nov, 4; C.islr.o, Lawrence. All. 
Herns. Harry, liljou. Mmkeana, Mleb., 30-Nut, l; 

Crystal. Rattle Creek. Oil. 
Hj.-ion ii Iirvjkii. HayiiinrlK-t. Chlcneo, 80-Nov. 

4: Mssonlc. Ft. Wayne. Ind.. il-ll. 
Ilnrke It Flynii. Hon Ton, l'lillu., r'.n-Nov. 4. 
tiurkli.ir.il, Maurice. Family, Palrnon. K, J., 

;io-N',t. 4. 

Iliirklinrl Lllllllll, HopklllH', l.i.nlsillli'. K)., 30- 
Nov. 4. 

Hurke A La Hue. Ainphloii. Hkln,. So-Not. 4. 

Burkharl A H»rry, Family, rocgbkei'iisle, N. y.. 
So. Nov. I. 

t: lp ,.i ,.*.. 'i,i, .v„ f , ii. Vui :■! '.)'.. a.'.;.,,,., ^ 
Llim'e, |"1«M* '>!!. 



Hash. Vraiib, Alhnnihrn. N. V. c . 30-Nov. I. 
Parlous i:l>, Fuiully, IS, Si. Louis, 111.. 30-Nov. 4. 

Nor. 4. 
Bnebner, Orpbeum, Ouiulm, Neh., 30-Nev. 4, 
minis A Vein-, li. H. II.. Unite. Mem., 30-Nof. 

4 , Sl.Anlie. Wlell.. Il-ll. 
Ilyne. Wi-st & Ketijnn, O. II. , llngerslowu, Mil., 

30- Nov. 4, 
llyivti A l.iiimilon. I.vou, t..Min. Miits., ::o-Nov. I. 
Ityroiis ■ 7 1 - l.yrle. '(Vrre lliiiiic, Inil., Sn-Nov. I. 
Carter A Waters Co,, Moliauk, Scln'iiciuily. N. 

V., 30-Nor. -I: Au'lit'iriiini. Lynn, Mass.. nil. 
Ciirlln A- nile. Tn-iit. T'reuli.ii. V. J.. ,'mNov. I. 
Csrou A t'aiiiiiin. Ticni, Tri'iil.u, N. J.. 3o-Nov. 

I. 
Carver A I'olhml. inph.-nin Mlnneii|iolis, Minn., 

30-X.iv. I; iii'iiliemn. Denver. ('"I.. Oil. 
Ciirrollion A Heagea, t'atipie, Mliiiu'u|ielis, Minn.. 

30-Nov. 4. 
Cii.biI A IV Wrue. I'l.limilila. SI. Louis. 3d Nov. I. 
Cameron A I'hlilliynli. Ii. 0. 11., Gliillil ltu|ihls. 

Ml, In. SU-Nov. I. 
Cnn'w a llnycs, Aiiillb.iluui, byiui, Muss., 30- 

Xer. 4. 
Ciirmciicltn. Alhiiiiibrn. X. Y. I*., 30-Nov. I. 
Cunllcl.l A t'nrlcloii, l'roclor's, Nennrk. N. J., 80- 
Xov. 4. 
Cares, Cmum, AmphtMl, Ukln.. 30-N..V. I. 
Ciinunas (31. FriK'liir's 23il SI.. N. Y. C, SO- 

Nov. I. 
Ciuiil.iM'll. ilerlin.le. A. A S.. Iloslon. "O-Nov. 4. 
Caiiii'ion A Tolislo, 1'iiiiilly. X. V. I'.. 30-Nov. 4. 
Cunintwll. Ma, A, A s„ lio«i«.ii. ao-Nov. I. 
I'si-liion. ai.. Howard. H a lm , so Nov. I. 
Cnrndl a Clnrkc. I la veil port, lu., so Nov. I; K.lec- 

irle. Wnlrilno, OH. 
Civile A Collins. It 1:0 1>.. Klmlni, N. Y.. "o-Nov. I. 
Cariuii'll A llurrls. II. II. II.. I'lllsliurg. 30- 
Nov. I. 
Casino Comedy Four, Foil's, BrUgrfert, Conn., 

: lo- Nov. 4. 
Cliiunl«'rllns. The. Kellli's, Ruston, 30-Xov, 1; 

Mo.av's, I'm tliui.l. Me., Il-tl, 
llliailwlck Trio. Kellli's. Ikisimi. 3(INov. I. 
Cherry A Hales, llnwanl, Homoii, SU-Nov. 4 ; 

Slourc's. Portland. Mr., Otl. 
Chrlssle, I'M., Atlieira-imi. Untile Cm'k, Mich., SO- 

Not. 1; L'nhnio, Akron, l>., till. 
Cliniiicro.s, in,-, I'liii!., Nci\ ll.oeii, I'oiiu.. Sn- 

Nov, J: 1'iiik. Won-esler, Mass.. il-ll. 
llni-lle, AI., IIIJ.ni. lsli|s'lnlllL'. Mleli.. SU-Nov. I. 
CJirlslopher, Cnsllio. Los Anai'les. ('ill.. SO Nov. I, 
Cliii.'liio. Ki lib's, Clevelniul, S.nNov. 4 ; Tollinlo. 

IVtridl. OIL 
I'lenieiit. Cluv, A Co., Temple. IMrolt, So Not. I. 
Cleriiiniilos, Frnnk A- Ktla, I'aslor's, N. Y. '.'.. 

.'In-Nov. I. 
Clurko, Wllfnil. Jc Co., Kellli's, N. Y. OL, 30- 

Nof. -I. 
Ch. ami. .Ii'iikliis & .lasi'cr. Orpin inn. Sun I 'run., 

C.U., 30-Xov. 4. 
Clurk A ITorelle, Kellli's. IM-uvlilence, It. I., 

Nov. f. II. 
(Terehniil. Marlon, A. A S., Iloslon, So Nov. I. 
run, ,i,i A lluiki', Aiuiililoii, Hkln., :tu Nov. I; 

Kellli's, N. V. C. H II. 
(.'Iinkc A Tiniidi'. Mmloiielle, Wis., 311-Nnv. 4; 

IIIJ.nl. Ks.iiiiiilui, Il-ll. 
Clinord a iiilli, 2'Jd Slrect, Chicago, 80 Nov. 4; 

People's, I'cilur ItiipblK, In., U-ll. 
riurke, Fihlle, II. A II., Ilkln., SoNui. I. 
ilnrke, l.iiev, Sloll Tour. I'.ng. 
(Turke. Ilariv Corson, tirplii'itui. Dctncr, Co'.., 30- 
Nov. 4. 
Corliley A Hurke, Iu'IIIi'h, l'lillu., "O-Nov. 4. 
I'lsite, llerl. A Co., Hues'*, Toruiilo, Call,, 30Nor. 

4. 
Courlhopc, June, .t Co., Kianirr, I'utirson, N. J., 

311 Nov. 4. 
Concrr, lie*. II. , Palace, Syincii,e, N. Y„ I'M- 

.Not. 4. 
C.iikey. Clever, Crjslul, Ih-iivcr, Col., SO Nov. I. 
Colmir. I'l-nuk. Slur. Aurora, III., 311 Not. I; 

111 '..il. llllleslMIIK, II II. 
Coililliis, Puiil. Ke llll's. l'lillu., SO-Nov. 4. 
L'oakley A Mcllrhle, Proctor's, Albany. N. V., 110- 

Not. 4. 

C.ill.y A May. Ampl Hkln., Ml Nov. I. 

t.'omiii A Haii.'i-oft, I'mully, I'oiK'likis'psle, N. Y., 

So-.Nov. I; I'ali.ll.v, P.i<-aie. ». .!., U-ll. 
Coiiiads, The, Niivilly, IVuver. I'l.l., So Nov. 4. 
CiIiiiii. Josephine, A Co., Orpln-iuii, Hkln,, 80- 

Ml. . I. 

Colnnihlaiis, The, Lynn, Mass., Nov. Oil. 

UUb) Fuinll.i. l'oile, Youkcis. N. Y„ SO Nov. I J 

Poll's. Wori-eslor. Mins., u-ll. 
Cook, frank, A. A s.. ttustm, s» N">. I. 
Collins A Hon, Wloier ilnnlin, lliiiln, tier., SO- 

Nui. 4: Apollo. \ iciiuii, ,\u.-., O-.'lo. 
Oolnnlll Septette. Tc. Columbia, Cliichiuull, So- 

Nov. 4; cl 'cat'- n II 
Ci niSiel'ifi ■ v. ,. ..oiu, l.yib', Terre Hiiulc, 

Inil., SO-Not. 1; l.yrle, Cbvehinil, nil. 
Cooke A Ml»s Rullicil, I'nliils H'Kle, llruusolu, 

Helg.. Nov. 1 21; S.iiIh, ,\lilv.i-r|i. 22-.I0. 
Coleniun. Ihiyil. A Co.. L'iib|ue, Akron, (>.. SO- 

Nov. 4; I'aiipli-e. Lonilii, Oil. 
Cimk A llrunl, Hliilln, IJIinlrii. N. Y., SDNuv. 4. 
Convey. Ferry, Maryland, llullliuore. sn Nuv. 4. 
Coin's I'aniiindnie Dugs, Mubiink, Kchenivliuly, N. 

Y'.. 30-Xuv. 4. 
Coiiu-v. laniiiii, llljuii, Wheeling, W. Vn., 80- 

No\. I. 
Cole, llnrloli ,V .liu'lnoiii. Crysliil, Detroit, Sn- 
Nov. 1. 
Cressv « Du.Mie, Kellh'K, l'lillu., ,'IO-Nov. 4; 

Man Laid, Malta., .Mil., u-ll. 
Crawford A Dun*. Fischer's, f.us Angeles. (Jul., 30- 
Nov. 4, 
Criuner A Cuspcr. lliillarber's, Hiivi-rJilll, Mass., 

.".U-Nov. i. 
Criioii'itis A Mad, (it'i'lii'iiui. Si. I'iiiiI, Minn., 

Sd-Niiv. 4. 
Crime, Mr. ,v Mrs. lisnliier, U. II. II . I'lll<iburg, 

SU-Nov. I; Keith's, ITevehiuil, Oil. 
Criiii" Hros., Vp-ioriii. N. V. «'., So Nov. I. 
Cuius, Mu.deiil nil, Kellli's, N. V. C, SO-Nnv. I. 
CiirllM, May. Poll's. SpibiKililil. Muss.. So-Nov. I. 
Ciilleli. Jos. II., ulyiiipli-, Chl'Mgo, So-Nnv. I. 
IIS A It's, llllou. Iiiilnlli, .Minn.. .'In Nov. 1. 
Hinvsnii A Whllllelil. Doric, Y.ml.ers, N. Y„ 80- 

Nov. 4. 
Knliliis, Lev, .Moss A Sloll Tour, Ian,'.. So Nov. 30. 
Hiinlils, Warier. Krllli's, N. V. I.'.. So Nov. I. 
Hurls a Walker, lleiiillnu, l'u.. ,'IO-Nnv. I. 
Hurls, (l.-i. C, I .Jim. Linn. Muss., 3'1-N'ov. 4. 
Iliivls ,li Mncuiiley. Kel'h's, I'rovlileilec, 80-Xov. 4. 
Bay, lien. W., ii. o. II. , PUtKhurg, so-Nov. I. 
Dnr. I'.ilnniiid, A Co., II. (>. II.. Ilslluniipolls, ,10- 

N'ov. 4. 
Huriow, Mr. A Mrs. Sluarl, Kvllh's, N. Y. C, 811 

Nov. 4: Kellli's, Phlln., II I I. 
Hale. Vlolel. Olyinple. 1,'lllengo, 30-Nov. 4; (J. II. 

II.. Ill'llaillllmlls. Ii I I. 

Hacey. Chnsi: A Adulr. Melorla, Can.. SI) Nov. I. 
Uerdeli. Have, M'.s-ilV, Seihilla. Mu.. SO-Nov. I; 

Villi's. Kiuisiis (3l.v. li-ll. 
HelllHire. .Ml.sen, Pull's, M'llli-rliiuy, Colin., Sll- 

Xiii. -I: l.un.lro. t'lilimon, N. J.. OIL 
lieach. Kiln Fyvle, Cntoiilul. buwreiit'i', Masa.. 

.1(1. Nov. Ii Casio. Fall ltlvi-r. n-ll. 
l>evi-Hii. HnUrl, If. A S.. N. V. IS, SO-Nov. I. 
De Kock Trio, 0. O. II., liufluminollH. 30-Nov. 4. 
De Witt. Huriu) & Torruncc, Shea's, Toruiilo, 

Can., SO-Nov. 4. 
Deiiae, Sydney A Co., JcfTera, gagtuaw, Mich., 

So-Nov I. 
Deans. Mr. a Mrs. Wnller, .lelferu, Bngltiuw, 

Mich., 80- Nor. -I. 
De Sert-ls, llciirlcilc, Huyooirki'l, Chicago, SO- 
Nov. 1: (1. II. II.. lmliulinlH.il.., nil. 
Di'iiioiiln A Hill, limn, l.yiiu. Music,, sn Nov. I. 
1>c I. Ion. Cliiiipiii. l'u, |, In* T,,nr. Hug., so- Nov. -■'. 
lie Vllhl'. < i I--U I , A iiii:i|iii1|m. Mil.. Sli-Noi. I 
Ui'linnr A In-xfer, Marl. iii, Hen Monica, lu., Sin 

Nov. I. 
Helton llro>.. Poll's. llrVlgr|Kirl, Conn.. SO-Nov. I. 
1*1 May, Muo, Nnvclly, Oi'liibu. SO-Nov. -I. 
De lllcre, Mysterious. Colonial. N. Y. C. S'lXov. 

•I. 
IMiraWr A I Vl.-iorlu, N. y, C., Si'N'ot. I ; 

II i II.. Hkln.. II II. 
fie (fan*, Two mid a Hair, llllou, WIiivIIiik, W. 

Vu . Un-Xnl. I 
DImiii A Holiinn Htjilii.um, Denver, ObL, Nov. 0- 

Inllii A Teuiplelou, Rljou, Rockforil, 111., 30 Nov. 
4. 

Dh'Ui, Hurt A la.ii. empire, Kockford, 111., SO- 
Nov. 4. 

Dlvoii, Honors A- llllou, (Jru'iil, Glovcrmlllo, N. 
Y., Nov. (ill. 

Dliiui'iii'l A Smllli, I'mully. LiiiiiiiHler, I'm,, S'l- 
Nov. I : rniiiilj. mmiuiiklii, n-ll. 

Dliou A Auger, Oruhcuui, Mluucuindla, Minn. 
.sin. o-ll. 

IHett A Morlli, IImIoii, Lou ell. Mass., Sn-Nov. I. 

Dliiimmd. May, 4 Co., Htnv. Heal He, Wu«li., So- 
Nov. I; LyiKuni. Tuonnu. o-ll. 

Donell U Kuysell. Chou'i. Wuililr.gti/u, D. C, So- 

DoDley, J. Francis, Keith's, PruiMtuce, 30-Nor. 

4. 
Donaldson, Anna. Temple, Detroit. Mich., 80- 

Nov. 4: Conk. Uni-hi-slcr, N. Y.. O-ll. 
Doul & La Hart, Nashville. 111., 30-Nov. 4. 

Hollar Troupe fgl, Anii.l. 1 Hkln.. SO-.Vot. 4. 

D'.ukIiim A; Douglas, Solidly, Slum lulls, H. I>„ 

SO-NoV. 4. 
Doiiotilll. Arnold, A Co., Coil's, New Huveii, 

I'oiiu., 3n Nuv. I 
iMiuolly, .I..I.11, (i. n. |i,, Ciao'I llaiiHs, Mleb., 

SO-N.e. 4 

Uujte, Bajar. I'«S'» iiJtugHrX M.u.. so y'i.-., i 



Douiii-v a Wlllnril. Mlimr. Dps Mollies, In., 80. 

N..\. 4: lii.ln.iilnl. Molllie, III., oil. 
Doniii'V, l.clli' T., Ninelly, Slockloll. I.'.ll., SO- 

.Inn. I. Hum. 
lion ne- ft Melh.iioiiLili. Paulwr'u, X. Y. C 30-Nor, 

Di-i'M. Hi.roiliv. uipl'iniii. lii'iiver. Col., So-Nnv. I, 
Hnn, .Mr. \ Mrs. Sliluex. Alhiiuil.ra, X. Y. ti., 30. 

Nov. I. 
Ihiuir. Sum. SI. I .mis. Mo. in Nov. I. 
Drmvis'. |-',iii|itre Tour, l-'.iic . So-Nov. 4 
Hnilii'. .1. W. SI. I.011N. Mm . SO Nov. I. I 

Ii11t.mil. i.m, l.vrle. I'.'i-at.'lio, I. In.. ao.Nnv. 1. 
Ini ml-. I.e.. ('ry-nnl Pnlace. Marseille.. I'r.. Sin 

Nov. ■•■. 
lni'l.ielle. Ion A I'm. MmM'e's, Piirllillnl. Me., 

Sii-N.v. I. 
DiiinKn. A. 11.. SIhii-. IlilOal". Sn Nov. I: Shea's, 

Toruiilo. Cull.. Ill I. 
I'lipri-e. Ii'miiwi' A l.l'.ln. Illlmi. Ki'iiii-lni. W|.., 

Sri-Xuv. I. Wi'». Hide, H1I..I1. nil. 
Hiien. Arthur, .V "«„ Tielil. Tieuloii. N. .1.. so. 

Nov. 4. 

IS11 I A Hull. 'II. a, I ion, Mnss , sn Nor. 1. 

r.l.-.l.'. .I11I111. Kellli's. l'lillu.. si 1 Nov. I. 
KekliMiT a 1I01.I011. l'roclor's '.'S.l si., N. Y. C, 

Si> Nov I. 
r.!wnii|y A- Kernell. Ilelhiiin. Pklo.. SO Nov. 4. 
Kllii'ire SKIers. II. t\ II., 1*11 Islimg, Sn-Nov, 

Kellli's. Clcn4il1.il. Il I I. 
Kflwuuu Co., I'l.i.u-'s. N. V. C. an Nov. 4. 
ISI.ni. Sum, Uiwa ft Sn.lil Tunr. Keg., Nov. l-S.I), 
ISlsiv.irlbs. l-'.uir. llUdcr. Yain'o'lier. Cull., SU- 

Nov. I; Celiirnl. SimiiIc. Mn.li.. il II. 
Kills Nmvliiu Til... Mak'.ll.'. Clileuao. so Nov. I; 

II. li. II.. liiill:nue..olK. n 11. 
Kll»«..rlh A H1111. Kniplrc. Ilohikrn, N. J„ .ill. 

Xm. I. 
Kllersoli. I'urle. N.'lellv. (li.nili... SO Nov. I. 
1311s. Mr. ,\ Mis. Jack. Joiie.boro, Ark., SO-Njr. 

I : Sew iirleiias, |,u., 11 11, 
I'.lili'llc A Silvern.', I'iii-Iui'i. N. Y. C. SU Nov. 4. 
Ian Hi re Cuiiiislv Four, Finiilie Tour. SO -Nov. 3o. 
I'.mniell. laoieue. list St.. (Td.iiiiii. 30-Nov. 4; 

M.1I11 St., I'l.uiii, 1! II. 
l-Sni'i-i-i-rs i.r Music ill. Iiriiheiiui Mluiii'a|ioll.s, 

Minn.. So Nov. I: Hnjliiiirkel. ITileuKii. Oil 
l:m i.iv - M'lk' . Hues. II. (I. II.. lliillauilJHill-.l, 

SO "MM. I. 

Hnii'lvi' I'll" ijuiirlelle. I'n.'ioi '« ostb SI.. N. Y. 
C. .In-.Niiv. 1: Prm'lor's, Album, N. V., (111. 

I nu,.n.l.'. Mr. A Mrs. Int.. (Iiplieuiii. Sun I'nin.. 
.10 Nov. II. 

F.-iii". I'M., lull lllier. Mnss.. SU Nov. 4. 

ISIiir SKIi'i'i, 1;. II. II.. ilrninl Knolils. Mleb., 
So Sot. li l.irh-. Telle llullti'. llol.. Illl. 

I lln, nt', Nii..nli', Ki'llliV. Pii.vl.lenee. lllXof. 4. 

Hvui.s A I inns. Family. I'nli-rsoii, X. .1., 30- 
Nov. I. 

Kielvn. Com. A. A S., Iloslon. SO Nov, 4. 

I'uln-lillil.. 'Ihe, Klivtrli', Wnlertoii. Ii„ 30-Nov. 

"• 

I'uili'ili' iiiilic-lrii. iirplieimi, New Drli'iina. l.a.. 

311 W. I. 
Iiimui ,\ inion, II. A S. N. \ C. So Nov. 4. 
I'nii.e Ci. 1IIJ.11, liuiivllle, III.. SONoi. I. 
I'.ili'.au'.-. Hi-act-. A. A s,, ll.mloii. soNuv. -I. 
I'lniiio. Hull. Uracil. .1 Ilel . III.. SO Nov. 1. 
reliliiiiiii, I Jnrii . H. •>. II., Knsluii. I'n., lIU-Nor, 

I- l'i.li'1-i.ii. N. .1.. II II. 
t'orrv, ii|\uiplt>, Clil.'ii^o. Nov. li-ll. 
lelniiir Sl-li'i-, llouniil. Itoi.i.oi, SO-Nov. 4. 
rerrerns.. 1 irplieiiui, Ilkln., SO-N-n'. 4. 
leliv A tlnirv Co.. ti. n II.. li. Wnyne, Ind., 

1'1-Nin. I: (irailc, T.il.'iln. II.. 11 II. 
reixil-oa ft l'll.-',ni»le, r.ljnii. Applelon, Wla., 

Ill 1 Not 1. 
leoie Slsiers 1S1. Itl.|..u. Norfolk. Vn.. soN'ov. I. 
I'itiiiiimIi:'. Mn> Tllo. Domini.. 11. \ViiiiiI|ioc, Coll., 

SO-Nnr. 4. 
ITelda h H.iiisiii I'mulli. S.-i-.in l'u., SU. 

Nov. I ; l.vrn. I'b'i.lliui, 1, II 
I I'li.T. Mi. A Mrs. I'erk'ns, Miijesii.-, Hot Sprlnitu, 

Art., I" Nio. 11 
I llliii..i-e A Ail-ims. li. II.. llH.perstoiiu, N. Dak., 

In Nov . I 
Khl.l-. MiiniuTlii'. Xunnrllle, 11. Nov. Oil. 
Fields A Wanl, Ciil.nbll. N. V. C. .'O-Nov. 4. 
Fisher A loliicnil. Jeireis, Silubuiw, Ml.'li., 80. 

Nov. 4. 1 

I'hl.ls A Wnlli'V, Heeuej's. Ilkln., Sll Vol'. I. 
I'Tl.i.n A r.riul. Ciuik's. Ilis-licsier, N. Y„ 80« 

Sot. li II. A S.. N. Y. C., II II. 
I'll" in. 1 S|,il,,|.i, I'nlnls l.l'Kle, III II- m.Is, llelg.. 

Not. I Sll. 
ri.-l.-li.-e. CI.,.-. I... (irplieiim, Mlniii-.ipi.lls, Minn., 

SO Nov. I: llriil'e Ileliver. Col., Il-ll. 

ITe'i4n'i. A llllli. Auburn. Cnl.. Sn-Nov. I. 
I'l ii.v. I ..-.'. Miiiilnill Norfolk, Vu., SO' 

Nut. -I. 
I'll on. lis', 'll'phi'lln. Ih.|ivi-r, CI.. Sn Nor. 4. 
I'm A Will. I. I llh SI. Opera House, l'lillu,, SU- 

Nov. 4, 
Furlns \ lurls's, Main SI., I'...rl.i. III.. Sli-Nor, 

I '01-il A W'lb.in. II. A II.. Hkln.. SU Nov. I. 

I'm A I'lml.. Shell's, Hllirnl,., SIIN..V. I. J 

Fi.,'l.-i', Pbllllp-. Illelmiiiail. hid.. Sn Nov. 4. 

I ...lir, 1 1.'.... A. A Hi Hosloli. SO Ni.v. I. ' 

I'm A lln-ln». Slur, HolM'. bin . SO-Nov. II. 

Fuller, I'll. A .Mike. Aiiiplilmi, Ilkln.. so Nov. I. 

I IIS A <4||l|IIIM'l'S. II. II II., lllllllll HllplllH, Mll.'ll.. 

Sll Nov. I. 
I'o.v. Dellii, Mohawk. S. I.i'IiitIii.ij, N. V., 1V>' 

Nov. I. 
Frislcrleks, The, Nnvclly, |^..-i Aie'sdes, Cnl., .'111. 

Nov. 4. 
I'luiik, Murreliiiis, A Hob, lliilliimuy's, New 

lleilfoi-il. Mnss., Sll Nov. -I ; Shieiloy'ii. Fall 

River, ii II. 
luiilili.! .1 ft l.iiurl, Acme, Norfolk, Vu., SO-Nov. 

I. 
Fuller, bin. Touring Huh. 
Ull-illii'l'. Nellie, I'loelor's fiSlli St.. N. Y. C, 30< 

Nov. fi. 
tlanb M'illli', I'ns'loi'M ,'.Mh Ml., N. Y. C.# 

:vi Nor. 1. 

• iariliier. Iliippr Jack, belili's, I'lereluud, SO- 

Nov. 1 ; (I. i). If.. I'lll.linik'. 'III. 
ilnvlonl. Il.ii'iili'. HIJi.ii. lies Moines, In., nil. 

Illi-ll I,.'i-|i|i)in . C'JiiOl' : WiihlllllUlnIl, I). C, 

So N ,v. -I. 
Hi, in. 'II, 1 A ll.-inls, KellliV, N. V, IS, 3ll-N.iV. 4. 
iliivbii ,v liral)'. Atluiiile linrdi-ii. N. Y. 0., .10. 

Sar. 1 : Family, N. v. ('.. 11 II. 
llalliiRlicr, Ivliiuiell. IIIJ011 La Cioui.e, Wis., 3(1" 

Nov. 4. 
(iulei A Nelvui, llownrd lloslnii, Sll Not. I. 
Ibllillier A Villi .'111 . Kellli's, l'lillu.. 30-Nov. 4. 
liilnlaer A K1..I1I111.I, Majiwtle, Waco, Tex., 30' 

Not. f ; Mllje-lli'. I (minion. Oil. 

lial'elll's Monkeys, Kellli's, Providence, flONov, 

(Inn loo's I'lSiles, Hun Ton. l'lillu., 811 Nor. 4. 
lin'lor. ilr.'iii, Cryiilil, SI. Joseph, Mo., 30'N»r< 

•I: Cttsl.-il, Ueiiter. lot. (111. 
Iliivlii. I'lKI A Penclieu, Iioilc, Yoiikers, N. Y.< 

3n Nov. I. 
i.riuiin a Tlicol, Finiilrc Tour, llur., ,'ION'iiv. 4. 
ib'iuiil. Crai'l'.. 1/ipln'iiiii, New ilrh'iius, Ln., 80' 

N .v. I. 

1: to A 'I I'le. I'nnor'u. N. Y. 1!. so-N'uv. -1. 

I'JIrl llflibi'l Ihe Itiiini. I'oir 1. llrlil;:i'|iuil, Cnun., 

.111 Nov. I. 
1. tiler. Tom. poll's, Wulirburv, I'oiiu.. Sn-Nov. I. 
1. IIIIIi, in ti llriiw, liljou, (piliii-y. Ill,, so Nov. 4. 
('limy. Ibiviii". A Muiilttouieiv. Prorlor's, Troy, 

N. V., .Ill Nov. I. 
lilllelle Slsiers. M'iblia-k, Si'belllMliely, N. Y., 

SO-Nov. I. 
lili-nrov. .Iiiiiii'h Kieliiiioiol, Mury hnol, Hullo., Mil., 

sn-.Nov. I. 

I Son. oil. .loin, A III rlliM. '; liolllllll Vn lllnrluiu, 

Lynn. Mass.. So- Nov. I. 

• Ilos". AiiuusIii. KilibV, Hosli.ii. SO-Nov. 4. 
'Senior .'( Itolicrl.. Hon Tun.. I'hllu.. SO-Nov. 4. 
uloilui'. Finnllv, Poiiiivlllc. Ph.. sn Nov. I, 

1 l',l. Ini Hun. ipilnn ini. fiotii 1,1. In . .'.'1 Nov. I. 

liinrby. Sully A lioinb-j. Ki-ii.eyV, Ilkln., 80- 

Nuv. I. 
lioilfiev, Unl A Cu.. II. A S.. '.. Y. C. Sn Nov. I. 
•ii.t.illli A I'olle. II II. . Tlil-,:i. I. T.. Sn-Nov. 1.* 

I l.ll.. loplhi. M..., '111. 
liuillnli. ,\|». A Mc. ilrniol. Sun HIi-k>i. (;u|., 30. 

Sol. I: Lllililre. Lo. Aluehs, Illl. 
il'.lih'ii. J. ni. M , Crysl.-il, loiner. Col.. Sn-Nov. 4. 

• iohl.'ii A- llui'l,.'-. Ilcliiull'n, St. Tholnai., Can., 

.'Ill- Nov. 4. 
ili.riliim \ Weal. Ili'liliell's, Isiiiilon, (,'ull., 3(l« 

Nov. 4. 
lliu'l* fc Nel-iili llowiil'd. II- .,l"ii Sli.N'ue. 4. 
■ Ii.l.ll... Ai.nl.' .Ii-riei 1. Hnl'iUss. M lili, Sll Nov. 4. 
liolilill. I.e... Fllllel, Clni-e's. W111.I1I1111I011, I). C, 

SU Viv. I 
in.l.'iim.'. I'e' 1- |i"i's, Pnuior's fisth Klrnel, 

s. Y. 1.:. So. Vm. I. 
ili-ui'l ii'ii-i'i Trio, Keiney'i, Ilkln., S'l Nov. 1. 
'Ii'i'ii- f) Winer. I'rni'l'A's 83.1 hi.. S. V. C, 30. 

Noc 1. 
'.;^-. 111.'. Tli- Ci ri. II Y0UH5fJt1.no, 0, .10< 

Nov. 4i Ariinle, Tolelr, li-ll 

• Iraliinii. C'ik.le. A. U !'•., r.'i«'.on, so- Nov. 4. 
liroiii Hros. I'umll.r, Bcmnlin, f'n.. Itn-Nev. 4. 
(Ir'.vi-s ,'. Puller. Hem. Hli'S-rlor. IVIo. So-Nnv, |, 
'lriilllii.il. lln, Alluimbrii. N. Y. C.. S" Nov. 4. 
Cru.' .V llr.iloil., I.|i||iill|i|..lls, Nov. (111. 

ririilil A EloiiB. 13u|ilie. I'aler-ru, N. J.. .'IP-Nnr.4. 
HlllT Kins.. Pull's. S|irlligll"ld. M11-1 . SO-Nov. I. 
lirirnitiiy. II)., I.uiisliis, Mlrli., SU Nov. 4; liny 

''ll.v. N-ll, 
Crr.v. Ibd All mile Curd'H. N. V. (!., fM). 

%oi. I. 
■,.."' l-i'toi Ml:. .';.'. I'l. a "l-lil's, K43., 

'• ■,-. ''.I! 



946 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



November 4. 



) tally, Hurry, C. O. IT., tiruuil Itaplils, &Itcu., 39» 

.Not. -I. 
ITntkawuy, Belle, Maryland, Baltimore, 30-Xor, 4. 
itart, Radio, Novelty, Omaha, 30-Xov. 4. 
llnoker * raster Trio, Proctor's, Albany, S. f„ 

30-Xov. I. 
Harmon & Zelrnth, Hnlrpvr, Akron, O., 30-Xor. 4. 
Hurt*, Mnaleil, Unlnno. Akron, O., 30-Xor. 4, 
Hayes ft Ilcnly, It. & D„ Jlkln., 30-Xov. I. 
ITnthnrvny ft Wntton, Troclor's iifith St., N. V. 0.. 

30-N<iv. 4. 
Hawkins, Lew, Proctor's K^'l St., X. Y. C, 30- 
Xor. 4. 
Ilnrrlann. Minnie, Family, Olovrrsrllle, & Y., 30- 
Nov. 4; llorio, Yonkcrs, 0-1 J. 
Hr.n«on A; Jam'*. Atlantic Garden, X. Y. C, 30- 

X.)T. 4. 
Hallmmi, Billy, Family, Ilnzlrloti. Vn., 30- .Sot. 4. 
Hnmlltia The. Grand, Mllirnnkro, Wis., 30-Nor. 4 J 

f.lectrlc, Waterloo, la.. 11-11. 
!l»mmnnd. Mr. ft Mrs. I'hns. n„ Notional. Kan- 
sas City. Mn., 30-Xor. I ; Lyric, Lincoln, Neb.. 

(ill. 
rtnrcmirt, Daisy, Keith's, Phlla.. 30-Not. 4 J 

Shea's, llqlTnln, 0-11. 
Hayes & Wlncholl, Fischer's, Los Angeles, Oil., 

30-Xov. 4. 
Hardies, Tlii». Mnn'H, Buffalo, 30-Nor. 4. 
Hall, Will, A. * S„ ltoslon, 30-Xov. 4. 
Man ft Dc Mar. Praetor's riSlh St., X. I. C, 30- 

.Nov. I. 
Hall, I.ydla. Keith's, X. V. C SO-Xor. 4. 
Harrison, Kdivard, ft Co., Keeper's, Hkln., 80- 

Not. 4. 
nawlry, John J., ft HUJT*. Bkln., 30-Nor. 4. 
Ilonvcy ft Doano, Unti|iio, Minneapolis, Minn., 

30-Nov. IS. 
Hamilton ft Wiley. Hon Ton, Thlla., 30-Nor. 4 ; 

Family, Lancaster. I'a., MI, 
Harmonic Comedy Four, Family, Butte, Mon., 

Not. ti-ll. 
Hamilton, V'loln, Orpboura, St. rani, Minn., 30- 

Not. 4. 
Harrington, Daniel, Obaso's, Washington, D. C, 

30-Nov. I. 
Hewlett.-, Hob ft Mae, Star, Atlanta, Oa., 30- 

Xov. II, 
Herrmann, Great, I'roclor's 23(1 St., N. Y. 0., 

.10-XoT. 4. 
Honglcr Sinters, HnymnrUot. Chicago, 30-Nor. 

I; Columbia. St. Louis, nil. 
Henley, Carroll, Keith's, Providence, 30-Xor. 4. 
Henry, F.ugtnc, Illjun, Battle. Creek, Mich., 30- 

Not, 4; Olympic, So. llpml, Ind., 6-11. 
Herman's .Marine Carnlrnl, Ilrndonhnrgh's, Thlla., 

:io-Xot. 4. 
Helston ft Hood. Tostor's, S. V. 0., 80-Xor. J. 
Helena, Kdlth, llouncricrn, Vlonnn, Aus., Xov. 

i-rto. 

normany'n Oats & Dogs, Onok Opera House, lto- 

Chester, X. jr., 30-Xov. 4. 
Ilefron, Tom, Lnbpie, Minneapolis, Minn., 30- 

Xot. 4. 
Jlongel Bros., Onrrlck. Burlington, In., 30-Xot. 

■I.' 
Henry & Yoiini;, Vnnilly, York, l'a„ 00-Xor. 4; 

Keith's, I'roililetiec, 11. I., <MJ. 
Hill, Murrny K., alnjextii:. Hot Springs, Ark,, 

.IIJ-Xot. 4i Jilojestli^, UnllnK, tl-ir. 
Hilton, 1'reil, Hun l'ron., «;nl., ;iu-Xor. 4. 
nines & IteniliiKtnn. Hupklnx', Meiaphls, Test)., 

30-Xov. I; ijlymiile. OhlniKO, tl-U. 
IHitt, Mr. & Mrs. j)nn, Keenry'f, llkln., :!0- 

Xov. I. 
Ilolmnr., Al. E. & iftmto, Taslno, I'arls, l'r., 30- 

Nov. lu; Casino, Amstenlani, llol., I0-ijo, 
Iloeli-Kllfln *: Co., (Jrpliciim, New Orleans, f.n., 

;it/-Xov. 4. 
Howard & Xortli, Oriilienni, Omolia, 30-Xot. 4. 
Hoot, Geo., A; Co., Toll's, Ilrldgeport, Coon., 30- 

NoT. 4. 
Howlsmi, It 1 [on. Muskegon, Mleti., 30-Xur. 4; 

llllon, LniiBlUj,'. Mt, ■ 
llowlson, Cliaf., Hnymtirkel, Ohleago, :illXov. 4. 
llonanl Hros., C'olntulilii, St. l.ouls, 30-Xov. 4; 

il. O. II., ltadlnnniiolls, 0-tJ. 
llonillnl, ituri-y, Alliinnhrn, K. Y. ('.. 30-Xot. 4. 
HtfldMvnrtbH, .Tlic, 1'astnrV, X. Y. O., 30-Xov. t. 
llok'otnlK>, Curlls tc Webl>. Orplicinn, omobu, Neb., 

:JO-Xov. 4; Olympic, Chicago, d-11. 
HoK-arrt'n JIokh A: Tunics, lit-llli's, N. Y. 0., 30- 

.Nov; 4; Keith's, HoslAII, il-ll. 
Holmea t WbMrnn. Main Ht., I'eorln, 111., 30- 

Nnv. 4; llljon, gnlnoy; 0>lt. 
Iloey * Uf, U, ft H.. TlllslnirK, an-XoT. 4. 
Iloliueii lli"S., Keith's, I'mvidence, 30-X<jt. 4; 

Krllh'H, Ilostoii, il-ll. 
HnnicM A: Lewis, Star, Mnncle, Ind., 30-Xov. 4; 
' Chimps', llk'liiuoitd. 0-11. 

Hither, Dennett 's, I.-cnnl I'nii., HO-Xot. 4. 

Ilnezel llros., Onrrluk, lliirllnittcu, lu., 30-Xot. 4. 
llnahcs, Mr. .\ Mrs., (Icnc, i:iud1ic, Tnteraon, 

X, J., Xot. It-ll, 
HncUes & Hums, Cliteodrtipli, Spokane, Was]]., 30- 

Nov. 4; Hlnr, Hcnltle, H-ll. 
H.vde & ITisitli, .Mulii St., Teorln, III., 30-Xov. 4 ; 

llljon, Onlncy, ti-ll. 
HvlnniU (!l), bijou. Mscnnnlui, Mich., 30-Xov. 4; 

Hi 'on, Ciiliiiin-r, (111. 
Hymns * Molntyie, Tiwtor's, Albany, N. Y., 30- 

Xov. 4. 
Hyde, llol) & Ucrllin, Konillr, Lancaster, I'a., 

30-Xar. I, 
Imperial Itimslutis (4), Itljou, Uulutb, Minn., 30- 

Xov, I. 
IniaPal Av Itian, Umpire, Tuterson, K. I., 30-Xov. 

4. 
Irvine, Hue, A. ft H., Iloston, 30-Xot. 4. 
Irvli'i,. Ti'tirl, A. \- S., Iloston, ."O-K'nv, 4. 
Irish, Aunle, ft Co., Coluiilnl, X. Y. C, 30- 

Nov. 4. 
ttnllini Tvln, Kellh's, Clcvelnnd, 30-Xov. 4. 
.laooba' lloifs, llrpbctim, Xetv Orleans, :ilt-Xov. 4. 
Jock. Mr. A Mrs., 11. 0, 11,. 1'lllsburt,-, 30-Xov. 4. 
.lapiinesc Ouards, Circus Houry, Vlcnuii, Aus,, 

Nov. 1-30. 
.Tni^rsnii, Idh. lllloti, llitluth, Minn., 30-Nor. 4. 
JntncH (2J, II., .litcUson, Mich., 30-Xov. 4; 

Knxlnmv. fl-ll. 
.lnnc, Mnnclons. Main Ht., IVorln, III., 30-Xur. 

I ; (Icinu'lt, UU'liintinil, Iiul., tl-11. 
.latncit (Bl, Wenst's, Tvoriii, III., 30-Xov. 4, 
.lea nre A.- Ullswnrth, Hlar, Mnncle, Ind., 30-Xov. 4. 
JennlnuH ,v- Jcucll. Itljon, MiifUi^un, Mtcb., 30- 

Xuv. 4; lllliiii. Tut lie t'.'reck. Il-ll. 
.lennliiKs ,V Hent'rew, Main Ht., Teorln, 111., Nor, 

11-11. 
Jessies, The. BIJoii, Ilnttlo Creek, Mleli., 30-Xov. 

I: Crjsial, Muskegon, H-ll. 
Jonlnn .t Harrey, Leeds, Hag., Kov. tl-11; l'a- 

Villon. I.iiiuIuii. 13-30. 
.lose. It. J„ Temple, Detroit, 30-Xov. 4. 
.lohnslonii, Musical. Shea's, ltuO'nlo, 30-Xov. 4 ; 

Toronto. Can.. 0-1 1. 
.lmics, Wittier C, htainlnnl, Vt. Worth. Tci., 

.•IO-.Not. 11. 
.loites. l-'imniT, Muslenl TIus, I.yrle, Clevelnnil, 

30-Xov. 4. 
June. .Ma. Crystal, Detroit, 3().Xov. 4. 
Knrnn's Tiuitoniluie, Troi-lor'd RStli St, X. Y. 

11.. tt-Kot. 4. 
Kates llros., IIIJoii, llattle Creek, Midi., 30-Xov. 

Knrlelll, Albert. Apollo, Coloroe, Oer., Nov. 1- 
Li! Vnrlete, Triis. Auk,, tll-.'io. 

Keene. Mnltle. * Co.. Toll's. Woterhury. Conn., 
ntt-N'ov. 4: Toll'*, WorccMer, Mass., il-ll. 

Keley, Mr. & Utt. Alfri><l, Dominion, Winnipeg, 
Can., .'lil-Xcr. 11. 

Kenus, Charles, Casto, Full River, Mass., SO- 
Xov. 4; Colonial, Ijiwrenee, (t-ll. 

Kennedv & Wllkena. Havana, Cuba, 30-Nor. 0. 

Ketio, Walsh A: Melrose, Troctor'a, Newnrk. K, 
J., Nor. u-li. 

Kenton, Dorothy, I'roclor'a, Troy, X. Y„ Xov. 
It-ll. 

KoatouM f.TKIl. & B, Hkln.. 30-Xov. 4. 

Kemp & Ti-ase, llljon, Dim Molr.es, In., 30-Xov. 
4, 

Kelly ,t Kolsy, 0. IL. Vautintii, 0., 30-Xov. 4. 

Kent, S. -Miller. & Co.. lliiyuiarkct, Cttlc«k-o. 30- 
Xov. 4; li. O. II.. InillanaiMills, till. 

Kctineiiy & Qutitrelll, Auditorium, Lynn, Mais,, 
30-Xov. I. 

Kelly, Walter C, Dmctor'n CSth St.. N. Y. O., 
llU-Xov. 4 j I'roclor'H, Alhiiny. X. Y"„ il-lt, 

Kenyott A; IV' llsttno, (1. 0. H., Tittshurg, 30- 
Xov. 4; Keith's. Cleveland, tl-II. 

Kennetle >V Taltersoit. Huston, Linvell, Mass., 30- 
Nov. 4. 

KeatlnK A- Coodwl", olynitile, Chlenge, 3i1-Xot. 4; 
I'nliiintila. Hi. Louis. 0-1 1. 

Kern's Mlntle Dotf, Mi«Mi''s, t'orllitnd, Me., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Kherits .t Colo. Lyric, Tcrro Iluute, 1ml., UO-Xov. 
4; llljon, Dei-ntiir. 111.. tl-It. 

Kltms, The, Don T Tlilln., .'Ul-Xnr. I. 

Klin;, Mu1h4 Taylor, lliiyiniirkvl. ChtcaSO. 50- 
Xov. 4. 

Klrnlfo, tins, llljon, Duluili, Mluu., 30-Xot. I ; 
Tuliine, Wlliulpiw, Can., it II. 

Kraft iillly, Xoiidiy, omuhu. Xcb., itn-Xor. 4. 

Kltuuinra Japs. <■• O. II. , Indianapolis, Mn., 0-11. 
Ucnovati. " 



Klmlmll A 



l'unilly, Luucuntcr. Ta., UO- 



Xov. 1: Komlly, .Mnliiiiioy City, till. 

Klein & Klein, Crystal, Kokonio, Ind., 110 Xor. 
4: Crystal, UnnwiaMl, tl-11. 

Kl.vess Sisters, Troetor's, AUsmy. X. Y., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Klein A Clifton. Orpheum, Kansas City, Mo., Xor. 
il-ll. 

Kloltl. Mltste.nl, H. .» »., X. Y. C, 30-Xov. 4 

Klein, ott Urr.s. t Xlcholson, llerlln, Oer., Sot, 
MIO. 



KncLnjtT, Lew, Kiuully, Hlout CMly, I.I., tfi- 
Nor. 4. 

Knox lli'.is., Orpheinu, Miirlnullcli], 0., 30-Xot. 4. 

Knltht lima, a Hntvlelle. Hopkins', Loulstllle, 
Ky., «0-X»t. 4, • • 

ICnhler A Marlon, Huh, Woonnocket, It. 1„ 30- 
Xov. I. 

Koppe * Knppe, Tnstor'a. X. Y. 0., 30-Xot. 4. 

Kohl A Marlon, llljon, tlalesburg, HI., 30-Xot. 1. 

l.o Tour. Irene, b'nmlly, Uniscltcn. I'a., 30-Xov. 4. 

LnClnlr A Wesl. Tnlaee, Worcester, .Mass., 30- 
Xor. 4. Xmt PaTrtncket, U. I., 0-11. 

Lancaster, Marcarette, A. .t S., Iloston, 30-Xov. 
It. 

La Vardo ft nnnrd, Kmpire, La Halle, III., 30- 
Xov. -I : Teorln, in I, 

La .less, xfcro A f'nmllle, Tnrlor, York, Ta., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

La (Ictto, Urar.d, .toilet. III., W-Xnv. 4. 

Lanensfer. I'rnla, Taloee, Worcester, Mass., 30- 
Xot. 4. 

La Mount A Cnnlcttc. Went Hide, Janestlllc, 
Wis., 30-Nov. 4: Tlom's, Madlsoa, 0-11. 

I.nncas'.er, Tom, .Main HI., Teorln, III., 30-Xov. 
4; lll|on, Qnlney, 0-11 

La Centra & La ltue, Caalno, Dover, X. IT., 80- 
Xov. 4; Tnlnce, Worcester, fl-ll. 

Latellc. Kd.. Snn 1'ran., Cat., fl-ll. 

La Zelle. Kdw., Htar, Mnncle, Ind., 30-Xov. 4. 

Larkln ft Tntlerson, I'roclor'H, Xmvark, X. J., 
30-Xov. 4. 

Ln Tonka, 1'bll., Itenlcla. Cat., 30-Xiv. 11. 

l.nurann ft r.wlnc.' iloivnnl, Chicago, 30-Nor. 4; 
Omiid, Jollet, 111., 0-11. 

La Hello. Will, Iloston, Lowell, Mass., SO-Xot. 

La Coin, Harry * Csrrle, Star, Monde, Ind,, 

4i Xorelty, Ion Anselca, C-ll. 
Lawrence, Mne>, ntnlto, Klmlri.-N. Y., 30-Xot. 4. 
Lavlne, Waltonc & Co., II. & 8., N. 1". 0., Nofi 

OIL 
Lavlne, Clmnron Trio, Keith's, Thlla., CO-Xor. 

Laurens. Marie, DIJou, Dtiltith, Sllnn., 30-Xor. 4. 
I.aiuhlln, Anna, Troclor's ORth ■. SL, X. Y. C, 

30-Nov. 4. 
Laneasler, |.\, t.'nlqne, San .lose, Cat., 30-Xor. 

4; Xorelty, Los Angeli*, O-J. 
I.n Valleo Trio, Empire, Hoboken, N. J., 30. 

Xor, 4. 
Lawson Bros., Itljott, Des Moines, la., 30-Xot. 

Lnurentj:, Leo Xlno, Troctoi's, Xewnrk, X. J„ 30- 
Xor, 4, 

La Mar, Wayne, Chutes, San 1'ran., Cal., 30- 
Xov. 4 ; Lyceum, Sin l'"rnn., fl-ll. 

La Toll llros., Victory, Snn .lose, Cal., 30-Xor. 
1: Ctiutcs, San Trim., Ills, 

Lambert A Tierce, Kelth'a, X. Y. C, 30-Xor. 
•li KeltU'H, Boston, 8-11. 

Lloyd Hros., Alhnmbra, N, Y. C, 30-Xov. 4. 

I« CMr, Harry. Garrlek. Mllmlngten, Del., 30- 
Xor. 4. Maryland, Haltloinre', 0-11. 

Levy, Sirs. Jnlcs, & cio„ llllon, Oshkosb, Wis., 
30-Xov. 4; Bllon, Appleton, C-ll. 

» Olalr & Ilardr, Colonial, Lawrence, Mass., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Leonard, Eddie, Kansas Cite, Mn.. 30-Xor. 4; 
Orpheinu, Xoiv Orleans, La., 0-11. 

I.fslle, <!eo. W„ Crystal, Lendvllle, Col., 30- 
.Nov. 4; Crystal, Crlpnle Oreek. flit. 

Lo ltuy A V/oodfonl, Kmnlre, Tnterson, N. J„ 
30-Xov. 4; Kmrlre, Hol>oketi, u-U. 

l.eiierr It,. West Hide, .Inncsrllle, IVls., 30-Xov. 
4; How's, Madison, fl-ll. 

1^- llrnn Orand tn.eru Talo, Troctor's, X. Y. C, 
30'Xov. 4. 

Leiuonl's lio?s, Olvmple, Chicago. 30-Xov. 4. 

l.cdcynr, Chns., Oipheunt, St. Taut, Minn., 30- 
.S'iv. 4. 

Lo ['lima. The, Keith's, Tliihi., SO-Xov. 4. 

Llieliilold. Mr. A Mrs. Xell, l.ynu, Lynn, Mass., 
.'In-Xov. 4. . 

Link. Hilly, Shea's, Tornntn, Can., 30-Xov. 4. 

I.lllpittlatis, The, Xuvelly, Denver, Cut., Xov. ti-ll. 

Lindsay's Do^» ,v Monkeys, Hopkins', .Memphis, 
Teuu.. 30-Xov. 4. 

Lindsay, lieu. ..v., lloekwell Center, L. I., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Lnrclta Trio, Mirror, Des .Molues, 1:1., iiO-Xov, 4. 

Li.wrays, The, Teopie's, Lowell, Mass., .'iU-Xov. 4. 

Lotlns. Cecelia, Keith's, X. X. 0., ."il-Xor. 4. 

Uaajl * Cotton. Kellh's. Cleveland, 30-Xov 4. 

L'oviys. The. I'vupleV, Lowell, Mass.. llOS'or. 11. 

Love A; Hollas, Crystal, < Detroit. 30-Xov. 4. 

LonihnM Bros., Illjun, I.n Crosse, -Wis., 3«-Xov. 4. 

Lttcler, Mr. A Mrs. li-reil, Turk, Uric, Ta.. 30- 
Xov. I. 

Lticns, Eil. A- natel, Iiljou, l,n Crosse, Wis., 30- 
Nov. 4; I'liliiiic, Man Clslre. 0-11. 

LukctiM (4), Melltnl. Iliinover.'iler.. t!0-X0T. 13; 
Ulfca Carre, Amstenlain, ltol„ trt-KO, 

Luce ,t Litei', Lyrle. Cleveland, 30-Xot: 4. 

Liielnno Trio, Hippodrome, X, Y. C.'iO-Xo?, I. 

Lyiiuttc Sisters. Tol'tltnd,- Hn>.. Jtu-Xov. I. 

Lynch, llrcat, Orphisuu, Itcudlnit, Ta,, 30-Xor. 
4; Hon Ton. Thlln., lilt. 

T.yle, I'"l«i, Orpltenui, St. ToiiL' Minn.. 30-Xov, 4. 

Mawni-Keeler OB., IVilTa, Ilanfonl, Conn., 30- 
Xov. 4; Toll's,' ItrldBeport, il-ll. 

Marquands, The, Family, Tottsvtlle, To., Xor. 0- 

Mtirtlue Ilnithers, Collsco dos ltecroos, Lisbon. 
Tort,, ao-Xov, 30. 

M'niilell'8 Miirloneltes, Novell}-, Oauihn, Neb., 30- 
Xor. 4; Hllte, Drfftnott, In., H-10. 

Mnrlow, f litnkett & Co.. Poll's, Worcester, Mass.. 
30-Xov. 4. . - 

Marriott Twins, Olympic, Springfield, 111., 30- 
Xov. -I. 

Muck, Keller, Orphnim, Ontnltn, Xeb., 30-Xot. 4. 

MM Andors, Lea. I'roctor's, Albany, K.- Y., SO- 
Xor. -t. 

.Mitddoi & Melvlti, Tastor's. X. Y. 0., 30-Xov. 4. 

Mart A Kvous, Tiiwtiicket, It. 1., 30-Xov. 4. 

Marcenii. Nevnro A Mareena, Eiuplre, Toledo, 0., 
30-Xov. 4; Empire, Cleveland, 0-11. 

MstninlH. The, llradenhurgli's, Thlln.. 30-Xov. 4. 

Miirlon, Harry, Unhme, Akron, O., 30-Xor. 4. 

Mauri, Count & Huron, Lyric, Clcvelnnd, 30-Nov. 

Miicnrto sisters (3), Orpheura, San l'ttm., Cal., 
30-Xov. 4. 

Manm ,V .Mnrelle, Hopkins', Loulstlllc, Ky., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

MiLxlnle.vs. The, Moore's, Tortland, Me., 30-Xov. 4. 

Mncee. Cleal C, Crystal, Anderson, Ind., 30-Xo>-. 
-li Crystal, Kokouto, 0-11. 

Maltese, I'rattk, Crystal, Denver, Col., 30-Xot. 4. 

Mortal & Dcnne, Tamlly, Toughkeepsle. N. Y., 

Mneks 12).' Crystal, Kokotuo, Ind., 30-Xov. 4; 

Crystal, Lngunspert, it-ll, 
3l.is«ey, Krnnier, Crystal, Anderson, Ind., SO- 

Xov. 45; Crystal, Kokouio, 11-11. . .-. 

Mainly, h'tsclier's, I.o« Anueles, Cal., 30-Xor. 4. 
Mnllory Bros., Brooks A llnlllihiy, Troetor'a CSth 

SL. X. Y. 0., 30-Xov. 4 ; Howard, Boston, tl-11. 
Marlnellas, t'lom, Madison, Wis., 30-Nor. 4; 

Teopie's. Cedar Ibiplda, In., o-ll. 
Martyne, Eddy, Fair, Abhevvlllo, S. C, 30-Nor. 4. 
Mnnvro. lirand, Vsueeurer, Can.. 30-Xov. 4. 
Mario A Aldo, orrln Bros., Mexico, Mei„ 30- 
Xov. 11. . 
Mn Dell & Corhley. Howard, Boston, 30-Nor. 4. 
Marl june, Ureal, Bennett's, St. Thomai, Can., 30- 
Xov. 4. 
Maddens, The, Manhattan, Norfolk, Ya., 30-Not. 

4. 
Martin & Itldseway, Unytnarket, Chicago, 30-Xor. 

4. 
Marcel's Ilns Itellefs, f.nfnyctte, Duffalo, 30-Xov. 

4. 
Murlell. Merlnm, A. * S., Iloston, 30-Xot, 4. 
.MiiuonltU Duo, Mehnwk, Schenectady, N. Y., 

30..\ov. 4. 
.Masse, K'l. * Nettle. Family, Shnmokln, Ta., 30- 
Xov. 4; Fnmlly, Mahanoy city, 0-11. 
May S: Altwuijh, A«i|ddon. Hkln., 30-Xov. 4. 
Maenrl's Dogs * Monkeys, ilollinra, llkln., 30- 

Xoi . I . 
Muuliilcys, The, Moore'*, Tortland, Me., 30-Xov. 4. 
Mnthews * Ashley, Tvmnle, Detroit, iin-Nov. 4. 
Mntl.leus. JttKRllnn, Bljuii, Bay City, Mich., 110- 

Xov, 4. 
Maellomild. Jns. I'.. Keith's, X. Y. C. 30-Xov. 4. 
McAvoy, Dim, & Fifth Are. (Ilrls, Toll's. Brldge- 

pott. Coii'i., :iO-Xnv. 4. 
MeXittuiv, Bilmi. (tale.-burg, 111., 30-Xor. 4; 

ilah-ty S ( ,rlngileld. till. 
Mriilnlii A. Sudili, tlowarvl. Boston, .10-Xor. 4. 
Mct^nrtliy, Mylcs. & Co., Howard, Boston, .".<»• 

Xuv. I. 
McClellau, .Ins.. llljon, Daliitb. Minn., IIO-Nov. 4, 
MeCcfd, Lewis, & t.'u., Vletorln, X, Y. C, 110- 

SWT. I. 
McMoerls. Bci-lha I'., 

Miiliele. Ind., il-ll. 
Mi-Kliinnn A Itwd. Colunitiln, St. IahiIs. 30-Xot. 

I; I'lyiuplc, ci.Uuuo, Ml. 
Mi-Cue at Caldll, Howard, Huston, '.lOXov. I. 
•VcMalii'U A CLupiHllc. Teiiiplc, lietr.ill, 30-Xov. 

Mef'srvers, The, Iliivuiurkel. ChlcaKo, 30-Xov. 4. 

McCain- A. Orsnt. Lniii'ie, Shebomaii, Wis., 30- 
Nov. 4; Idea, I'oud itu I.sc. U-ll. 

Merrill. Ilsyinuiid. lUnlto, lOlmlra, X. Y., 30-Xor. 
I ; Linn's, liinT.iln, It-ll. 

Menu, Von Wlrr.1, Shea's, Toronto, Can., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Mnfelcr, IMwInn. Colonial. Lnwrenoe, Mac.*., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Mi«isen|oT Itovs" Trio. Olvmple, llblesim, 30- 
Xov. 4; Indlannpolls, Oil. 



lloroditlt Sisters, Tiii'U, <'»|s- T'uvn, S. A., 30- 

U«4jt»' |8|.' Kellh's, Thlla., 30-Xor. 4; Keith's, 
Boston. 0-11. 

Mlllmae Trio, Ortliciun, Xevf Orleans, La„ M- 
Xor. 1. 

UUItary Octette, Teiunlc, Dcirolt, Ulch., 30- 
Xor. 4: Clevelnnil, 8-1 1. 

Mitchell & Cain, (I. 0. IL, Indianapolis, Nor. 
Oil. 

MUlsleya, 'llie, Jacobs', Teorln, Ilk, 30-Xor. 4. 

Military Octette. Temple, Detroit, 30-Xor. 4. 

Miller Bros., BIJou, Duloth, Minn., 30-Xor. 4. 

.Villous, The, Slur, Atlanta, lis., 30-Xor. II. 

Mlllershlp Sisters, lloword, Iloston. 3«-Xov. -J. 

Mbtnant Family, Toll's, Xew Hnrrn, Oonn., 30- 
Xor. 4. 

Miller's Klrplisjit*. Umpire, Heloken, X. J„ 30- 
Xov. I. 

Mills A; Morris, Hnthnwaj's, Xew lledfonl, 
Moss . r,n-Xor. 4. 

Morris, Xlnn, Olympic, Chleaio, »0-Xor. 4. 

.Morton, Temple A Morton. Shamokln, Ta., 30- 
Xov. 4; Mahanoy City, fl-ll. 

Mmvntts i*i), Keith's, Boston, 30-Xor. 4. 

Monroe, Slack A Lawrence, F.mplre, Taterton, N. 
.1., :10-Xor. 4. 

Morrell, .Mr. A Mrs., BIJoit, Ln Crosse, Wis., 30- 
Xor. 4. 

Morse, Hon, Fair, Jacksonville, Fla., 30-Xor. 11. 

Morey, IL. Atnlltorliini, Xorfolk. Va., ilO-Nor. 4. 

Morris. Boh, A. A S., Iloston, 30-Xor. 4; Talaee, 
Worcesier. Ht 

Monroe, Oeo. W., Toll's, Sprlngtleld, Mass., 30- 
Xor. 4. 

Mologlrl, Tnnrlna; Germany. 

.Morrison, John, Mirror, Den Molnea, la., 30- 
Xor. 4. 

Morrell A Decly, Jaw, Son Jose, Ctal., 30-Xor. 4; 
Empire, San Fran., 6-11. 

Montague's Cockatoo Circus, Bennett's. St. 
Thomas. Can.. 30-Xor. 4; Lyric, Cleveland, 0-11 

Morsan * Crane, Bradenhurgb'H, Phlla., 30-Xor. 4. 

Motoring, Victoria, X. Y. C., 30-Nov. 4. 

Mnrphy, Mr. * Mrs. Mark. Auditorium, Lynn, 
Mass., 30-Nor. 4. 

.Murphy & Wlllnr.i, Orpbeum Iftlcn. X. Y., 33- 
Xor. 4; Orpheum, Heading, Ta., 6-11. 

Murphy ft Nichols, Maryland, Baltimore, 30-Xor. 

Murray & Lane, Toll's, Springfield, Mass., 30- 
Xor. 4. 

Mullen A Corelll, Keith's. Trovldence, 30-Xor. 4. 

Myers, Ben, Hon Ton. Thlln.. 30-Nor. 4. 

Myers, Henry. Howard, Boston. 30-Xov. 4. 

Nairn, Tom. A Co., I'roctor's, .Newark, If. J., 30- 
Xor. 4. 

Navnjo (llrls. Tnterson, X. J., 30-Xot. 4; K-n- 
pirc, Hoboken, fl-ll. 

Xalnn, Musical, Family, Tassale. N. J., 80-Nov. 
4; Family, Toughkecpsle. N. Y., 0-11. 

Ncssen. Hunter At Xess-;u, Empire, Hoboken, N. 
.L, 30-XOV. 4. 

Xewton. Merstterlte. Main St., Tcorla, III.. 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Xcwraaa, Joseph, Hopkins', Louisville, Ky., 30« 
Xor. 4 ; Hopkins', Memphis, Tenn., 6-11. 

Xlhbe A BordoiKX. Keith's, Cleveland. Mill. 

KIMo, Fred. Orpheum, Bkln., 30-Xot. 4. 
Xlehols SLsters, Shea's. BatTnlo. IIO-Xov. 4. 
Norton k Nicholson, Olympic. Chicago, 30-Xor. 

4; Columbia. St. Louis, C-ll. 
XoWettc * Marshall, Olympic, Chicago, 30-Xor. 

Xorman, Mary, Hopkins', Memphis, Tenn., 30- 
Xov. 4 ; Coltimhla. St. Loals, R-l-l. 

Nobles, Mr. & Mrs. Milton, II.- & B., Bkln.. 
30-Xov, 4. 

Xole, Unrr.v, Fnmlly, Lancaster, Ta„ 30-Xov. 4. 

Nugent, J. (J., A Co., Schenectady, N. Y„ Xor. 
u-ll. . 

Omar, Ben. Family, Lancaster, Fa., .'iO-Xor. 4. 

Omar, Slnglt, Family, Tnterson, X. J., IIO-Xov. 

Orville.., The, Orpblum, SprlngDelil, O.. 30-Xor. 

Orpiieus Comedy l.'onr, Orplicinn, Bkln., 30-Xor. 4. 

Orsvs, The, Columbia, St. Louis, 30-Xov. 4; 
Family, K, St. LsatL III., (1-11. 

O'Hi-len ft llucklcy, orpheuui, San Fran., Cal., 30- 
Nov. 4. 

O'Bcteli * Have), Colonial. N. Y. O., 30-Xov. 1. 

o'ltuiipkc, Buruettc i Co., Toll'a, Bridgeport, 
Cunn., 80.Xiir. 4. 

Talker's Dog Circus, Bennett's, tendon, Can., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Tnuttcr Trio. Keith's, Iloston, 30-Xor. 4. 

Tacheeo Family, stien'a, Bun'alo. 80-Xor. 4; 
Shea's, TvirulitiV Can., IML 

Tnrlslennes, J.es, a. O. IL, Indianapolis, 30-Xor. 

Tunis, The. Family, R, St. Louts, III., 30-Xor. 4. 

Tiiiinn, llriiileiil.nrgli's, 1'hllu., ;;i)-Nor. 4. 

Tnullnettl & Tl.pio, Umpire, Leicester, Eng., 30- 
Nov. -I. 

Tnrker, Nlek, Atlantic Gordon, X. Y. C 30- 
Nov. >1. 

1'uulo A Marlow, Majestic. Hot Springs, Ark., 
30-Xov. 4. 

Tel lot lor, Dora. I'olT*, Sprlngllcld, Mass., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Tesehkoff Troupe, Troetor'a 23d St., N. Y. C, 
30-Xov. 4. 

Tero A Wilson, Family, X. Y. 0., 30-Xov. 4; 
Family, Scruutoii, Ta., il-ll. 

Telot,„Fred A Annie, Olympic, Chtcngo, 30-Nov. 
■I ; Columbia, St. Ixmis, U-ll. 

Tleeolo .Midgets, Casto. Lawrence, Mass., 30-Nov. 
4 ; U. ft 8., X. Y. C, 0-11. 

Tierce A; Malice, Orpheum, Denver, Co!., SO- 
Xor. 4. 

Tlroseon's (5), Temple, Detroit, SO-Xot. 4. 

Totter Jc Ilartwell, Caslitu, Tnrls, ffr., 30-Xor. 

r'ottn & llnrle. Empire, Freeport, 111., 30-Nor. 
4; Cuatle. Blooudngton. U-ll. 

ToiK', IVeust'a, IVurlu, 111., .'iO-Nor. 4. 

I'uwell, Hurry, A. ft S., Boston, 30-Kov. 4. 

l'owers, Jas. T., ft Co., Orpheum, Bkln., 30- 
Nov. 4, 

Toe.ers * Tliooliald. Ljeenm, Sllnneapalls, Minn., 
30-Xov. 4j. Crjstal. Milwaukee, W'l*., tl-tl. 

Towers' l-.lepnants, Hlp|>odrulue, N. Y. C, 30- 
Xnv. 4. 

Trelle, C'Uaa., Orpheum, Snn Fran., Cal., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Trydc, foggy. IL ft S., X. Y. C, 30-Not. 4. 

{ ryors, The. Keith's, I'rovMenee. 3U-Nov. 4. 

1'nlleii, Baby, I.uelln, Bay Oily, Mich., 30-Xor. 

Tucks (2), Keeney's. Hkln.. 30-Xor. 4.- 
gueeu Fnn Trie. C. 0. II. . Indianapolis. 30-Xor. 4 

Nov. 4. 
Qnltdnn. Dnn. Orpheum. Omaha, 30-Nov. 4. 
ilnnisey Sisters, •.llymple, Chicago. 30-Xov. 4. 
HnveiKToCt, Charlotte, O. u. II., Urtnd Ilnplds, 

Mich., :10-Nov. 4. 
Itayiio's. AL, Canines, Aeademy, Reading, Ta„ 

30-Xov. I. 
llaeliclt ft Hnctrd. Empire Tour, Eng., 30-Xor, 

llado ft Bertram, Family, Toltsvllle, Te., 30- 
Xor. 4. 

nnvenscroft. Charlotte, O. 0. IL, Grand BaplAs, 
Mich., iio-Nov. 4. 

Undfora ft Valentine, nipp., Glasgow, Scot, 80- 
Nov. 4 : Par., illasgow, 6-11 1 Hipp., Liverpool, 
Kng.. 13-lg; Tlvoll, Leeds. 20 2... 

Itnttnnnd ft llno.1. Crlmmoos', Burlington, Can.. 
iW-Xor. 4; Bennett's. London, H-ll. 

llntif. Clnude, Crystal, Detroit, Mich., 30-X< 
'.yrlc, Cleveland, 6-11. 



S"or. 4; 



Canlon, O., 30-Xur. 4 ; 



Itnys (a), Wcnst's. Teorln, 111., 30-Xov. 4. 

Hiithhuns, Flying. 11. ft B.. Bkln.. 30-Xov. 4. 

ltiivlleld, I.lttlo Tattle, crystal DenTcr. Col.. 30- 
Nor. 4. 

Bawls ft Vou Kanftunn, Crystal, Mllvfaukcc, Wis., 
30-Nov. 4. 

Heno Jfc Mturny, BIJnu, Bay City, Mlcb., 30-Xov. 
4; BIJou. Tort Huron, tl-11. 

■W utwl Ilartott, Family, ljincasler, Ta., 30- 
Xov. . 4. 

Bed llaveti Cadets, Moore'a. Tortland, Me., 30- 
Xov, 4. 

T.eiios ,»), o. IL, Xewbitrg, X. Y., 30-Xov. 4; 
Fair, Johnstown, nil. 

Bemlngton, Mnyme, Empire, Tnterson, X. J.. 30- 
Nut. 4. 

Heuffs (2). Family. Tatersun. N. J., 30-Nor. 4. 

Bernard, l-M. F.. Keith's, lllrveluml, 30-Xor. I: 
il. O, IL. Tlttsliiirg. li-ll. 

Ilelehen's Docs, Keith's, Boston, SO Nor. 4; 
KvIUi'h, IliiilaVinai. it-u. 

Bentr. Clms., Audlloriuui, Norfolk, Vii., ,'10-Xor. 

Ketmer, Helen, Shea's, BurTnlo, 30-Xor. 4. 

Ui-klnw. Hull, Novelty, Stockton, Oil., 30-Xut. li 
Orand, Itetin, Nov., (Ill, 

lKsltoril »: Winchester, Orplienm, MinnenpolUi, 
Minn., 30-Xov. 4; t.'lileugo, i|.|t, 

lllallo. Trent. Trenton, X. J.. Kri-Xur. 4. 

Itlebtnouds. The. Tltoll, Newark, X. J.. itn-Xor. t. 

ltliv ft t'sdy, olyuiple, Chieacv. Nov. H-ll. 

Itlaiais (41, Sliwuy's, Full lllvcr, Jlass.. SO- 
Nov. 4. 

Bin lln*. tlr'rln Bros., Meibn. Mei., 110- Xov. 4. 

Itltelile. Adele. 001011111. N. Y. t:., W-Nov. I. 

Itbv ft l'r-.-io>t. Tiwlur'a 0Mb St.. X. Y. C 30- 
Nov. -I. 

Klo llros., Ortdirmu, l.tlca, N. V., 30-Xor. 4 : 
Empire, Tat.rsnn, X. J., H-tJ. 

Ill.-o Bros., Atlantic Garden, N. Y. 0., 30-Xov. 4. 

Illchards SlBttr", Tortland. Ore.. SO-Xot. it. 

ltlehherg. Frank, Xorelty. Omaba, 30-Xor, 4. 



lii.-e, I'.uuij, Tr'A-loi'i 33.1 31., X. X, C, 30- 

ltiisow Mldaets, Cjloulnl, X. Y. O., 30-Xor. 4. 
llolilnson, Ethel, Dominlou, Winnipeg, Can., Xov. 

6-U. „ .... 

Itocherort & iloy. Miniature, Cartbage, N. \., 

30- Nov, 4. 
ItossTs Musical HoRt. Keith's, Cleveland, 30- 

C.oss SLsiers, Unique, Akron, 0., SO- Xov. 4; 

Lima, ti-ll. 
Itoltalre, Kellh's, rrorldenee, 30-Xor. 4. 
ltn».-ilro A Dorelto, Kellb's, OleTelniid, 30-Nov. 4. 
ltoouey i Bent. Orpheum, Hkln., lOXov. 4. 
BoVce Bros., Manhattan, Norfolk, Va., 30-Xov. 4. 
llimaaaT. Charlie. Coloidul, N. Y. "'., ;;0-Xor. 4. 
lt.ecoe ft Sims, Milwaukee, 30-Xov. 4; Chicago, 

a- il 

Itochcr.'* Tonics. II. ft »., X. Y. C, 30-Xov. 4. 

ltng"i-s, Will It.. Chase's, Washington, D. C, 
3i>Nov. I. . ' 

Boss SL'ters. L'nlqne. Akron, O., 30-Xor. 4. 

ltosser, Iteese Jr., FnmUy, Pottsvllle, Pn., 30- 
Nov. 4. 

ttnsscr', Edward Jr., Family, nareltcn, I'a., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Unwell. Carrie, Bon Ton, Thlla., 30-Xor. 4. 

UnfTner ft Ilohenadel, Bradnnburgh's, Thlla., 30- 
Xot. 4. 

Ilitssell, llljon, I.yrle, LlTerpool, Eng., SOXnr. 4 ; 
l.ondnn ft Star, H-ll ; Collins' ft Easton, 18-1SJ 
Duchesfl ft Targon, If>-l!."l. 

Knsscll ft nnnluir. BIJoit. Pes Moines, la., 30- 
Nor. 4 ; Main St., Teorla, III., 11-11. 

Rutherford, (ienerlere, Orpheum, Springfield, O., 
M-Mn*. 4. 

Ititssel|.», Musical, Crystal, Marlon, Ind., Nov. 0- 
II. 

Bussed. Lillian, Proctor's 23.1 St., N. Y. C, 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Ryan ft nlchOeld. Keith's. Boston, 30-Xov. 4. 

Sato, O. K., Keith's. N. Y. C, 30-Xov. 4. 

Santell, Great. Grand. Vancouver, Can., 30-Nor, 
4i Bell. Oakland, Oil. 

Salerno, O. O. [L, PIltslMtrft SO-Sov. 4. 

Soroney, Gilbert, ft Co., lynenm, Ogdcn, C, 30- 
Xor. 4; Lyric. I'ocntello, Ida., fl-ll. 

Satton ft Slllton, O. O. 11.. Cheyenne, Wyo., SO- 
Xov. II. 

Savoy Quartette, Kellh's, X. Y. C. 30-Nor. 4. 

Sarlelln, IL, BIJou, Wheeling, W. Va., 30-Nov. 4. 

Salt, Harry. BIJou. Wheeling, W. Va., 30-Nor. 4. 

Sahel, Josephine, TIroll ft Oxford, London, Cog., 
Nov. 8-30. 

Saunders, Chalk, Mohawk, Schenectady, X. Y., 
«0-Xnv. 4. 

Schepp's Dogs ft Tonics, Hopkins*, Lonlsvllle, 
Ky., 30-Nov. 4; Hopkins', Memphis, Tenn., ti- 
ll. 

Scott, Carrie 31., nub, Woonsoeket, R. I., 80- 
Nov. 4. 

Scanlou, Barry, Keith's, Clcretnad, 30-Xor. 4. 

Seinon, Chus. F., Troctor's, Albany, N. Y., 30- 
Nov. 4. 

Seymour. Allen, Pastor's. X. Y. C, CO-Nor. 4. 

Scrrn, Chaa., Shea's, Buffalo, 30-Nov. 4; Shea'a, 
Toronto, Can.. 0-11. 

Seldom Bros., Marylond, Bnlto,, Md., 30-Xot. 
■li U. O. H., I'lllllW. «-ll. 

Senny, Geo.. Htar, Sprhiglleld, Mo., fl-ll. 

Seymours. The, Jacobs', el'oria. III.. 30-Nor. 4. 

Sharp. Blanche, Hopkins', DouIstIIIc, Ky., 30- 
Nov. 4. 

Shermnn ft Do Forest, 0. O. IL, Syracuse, at, 
V., -30-Nov. 4: Cook, Kochisiter, 11-11. 

Shanty-Town Trio, Orpbeuut, Springfield, 0., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Short ft Shorty. Nlaeara Fulls, N. V., 30-Nor. 4. 

Show, Mr. ft .Mrs. Larry, (.'nlquc, Akron, O., 30- 
Nov. 4. 

Shafer, Hurry, BIJoit, Norfolk. Va., 30-Nor. I. 

Kkean ft' Wrirrcn, Empire, Holsiken, N. J., 
.-tti-Xov. 4. 

Slut) luck, Tndy, Shea's. Buffalo, 30-Xor. -I. 

Sluipsotis, Mu«Ienl. tiothmu, Bkln,, titl-Xov. 4. 

Sims. Uconlile, Cnlnr llai'lds, la.. 30-Xov. 4: 
Conn's, Mlimeuisdls, Minn.. Oil. 

Slater. Mu-ier, olymph-, •lile.-un,, SO-Xov. 4. 

Slater A- Finch. JfaJmiP, Hot Springs, Ark., 30- 
X..V. 4; Male.-tl.-. Waco, 'lev., O-ll. 

Smith, Tiler J... Main Si., Teorln, III., SO-Xov. 
II. 

Smlrl ft Kesst'or, Toll's. Xew Htivcn, Conn., SO- 
Xov. -I; Toll's, Sin-liiKlleld, Mn.*.., H-ll. 

Smith, T. IL, liruilenl'invh'H, Fblln.. 30-Nov. 4. 

Smith ft Chester, Itlnlto. X. Y. C, 30-Xov. 4. 

Smith ft Baker, Empire, llnbokm. X. J„ 30-Xor. 

Hehmldtzc, Louhia. BIJou, Lu Crosse, WL«., 30- 
Xor. 4. 

Snyder ft Buckley, Keith's, Tbiln., 30-Xor. 4; 
Temple, Detroit, tl-U. 

Soinervlllc, Hub, Hibernian, Xo. Adorns. Mass., 
30-Xov. 4. 

Society Belles (0), Trent, Trenton, N. J., SO- 
Xov. 4. 

Solunukl Hindoos, Hr.idcnlinrgh's, Thlla., »0- 
Kov. 4. 

Spaidillnu, Mnrveluns, Blyvo, Bay CItv, Mich., 30- 
Nov. 4; Jiljon, Tort Hnron, il-ll. 

SiKKik Minstrels, orpbeum, Denver, Col., 30-Xor. 4 

Splnuold. Hurry W., ft Co., DIJou, Sprlogaeld, O., 
30-Xor. 4. 

StrattOu. Win. D., Fnmlly, Skamokln, Ta., 30. 
Xov. 4 ; Family. Mahnnoy City. 0-U. 

Stockton. Jack, Manhattan, Norfolk, Va., SO- 
Xot. 4. 

Stuuley, t!w.. Mirror, Des Moines, la., 30-Xor. 4. 

Sinnton, Walter J., Crjstal, Denrer, Col., 30- 
Xsr. -I. 

Sl.itdi-y ft U> Hoy. Mirror, Dcs Moines, la., 30- 
Xor: 4. 

Stcln-Erretto Co., Tourlnr Uennnny. 

Htspletcn ft Cliaxey. Crystal, St. Joseph, Mo.. 
30-Nov. 4. 

Stnley ft Blrheck, Keith's, ft \'. C, 30-Nor. 4. 

Stanley ft Altera, Lyceum, Ogden. B_ 30-Nov. 4. 

Steely, Doty ft Coe, Mohawk, Schenectady, ft Y., 
30-Nov. 4. 

Stephens, Gertie, Orpheum, St. Paul, Minn., 30- 
Xnv. 4. 

Strcator Konavea, On Tour, France. 

Staeey, Delia, Gotham, Bkln., 30-Xor. 4. 

Sully. Lew. Keith's. Boston, 30-Xor. -I. 

Snrnzel ft Karell, l.'nli|tte. Una Claire, Wis., 30- 
Xov. II, 

Stilly, Tbolps. Dominion, Wlnnlts?*, Can., 30-Xov. 
4: lllloii, Itelolt. Wis., it-ll. 

Summers ft Winters, Crystal, Cripple Creek, Col., 
30-Xov. 4; Imperial, Leadvllle. fi-11. 

Sweet, Einrene, Iliwton, Lowell, Mass., .'10-Xor. 4. 

Sylvester, Junes ft Cringle, Columbia, St. Lonls. 
SO-Nov. 4. 

TMhot ft Rogers. G. O. H., IniUanapolls, 30-Xor. 
4; Colnuil.lii, Cluelnnntl, tl-tl. 

Tanner ft Gllla-rt, Family, Tassale, N. J., 30- 
Xov. 4. 

Tnnnkns, The. Victoria. X. Y. C, 30-Xor. 4. 

Tusiniiiilnns. Macnn, t!n„ 30-Xor. 4. 

Taylor, Henry A Alice. Antplilon, Bkln.. 30-Nor. 4. 

Taylor Twin Sisters, Lynn, Lynn, Mass., 30-Nor. 

Tenll Troupe. Oothnm. Hkln., SO-.Nor. 4. 

l'egge ft Daniels. Sprlngtleld, 0., 30-Nov. 4. 

'riiuoi, .Mrs. Tom, Lyric, Cleveland. 30-Nor. 4. 

Thnrne ft Carlcton, G. O. n., Indianapolis, SO- 
Nov. 4. 

Thornton. Wllhnr. Bon Ton, Thlla., 30.\or. 4. 

Thornton, James, ft ft 11., Bkln., 30-Nor. 4. 

Thomas ft Tame. Keith's. Phlla., 30-Nov. 4. 

Thels. Lulu. Orpbeum, I'orfmomh, O., :xi-Xor. 4. 

Thompson ft Serlda, G. O. 11., Kent, O., 30- 
Nov. 4. 

Thompson's. Ephrnlra, Klciihnnts, Alhambra, N. 
Y. I'., 30-Xov. 4. 

Thm-hor. Leouu, Tastor's. X. Y. C, SO-Xor. 4. 

Tonsy Tttrvv Trio, llljon. Ihilnlli, Mlnu., 30- 
Nov. 4; rotate, WluiiliKT!. Can., 0-11. 

Toleilo ft Price, Tenitde, lli-trolt, Mich., 30-Xor. 4. 

Tohln Sisters, Toll's, Sprliiglleld, Muss., SO- 
Xor. 4. 

Toront ft D'Allin. Bennett's, London, Can., SO- 
Xov. 4. 

Trims- Atlantic Four, I'roctor's. Alhnny, N. Y., 
30-Xov. 4. 

TrcHcy, Jus. I.„. ft Co., (lothnio, Bkln., SO-Xor. 

Trolia, Orplicani. Ontnlia. Xeb., 30-Xot. 4 ; Or- 
pbeum, lienver, Col., H-U. 
Trttesdidl, Ilimnrd, ft Co., Chare's, Washington, 

1). C, 30-Nov. -I. 
Troulunlmini CO. Bennett's, SL Thomas, Can.. 

Sii-Nuv. I; Delroli, Mich., tl-11. 
Troiiliidoitrs ,|), u. o. IL, SI. I'nnl, Minn., 29- 

Xov. (I Blj.,11. Mlins-:i|Rills, O-ll. 
Trailer, Kitty. Ustmitnt. X. V. C., 30-Nor. 4. 
Tpivaillu. Empire. 1'iiterson, X. .1., SD-Nor. 4. 
Tolncr a Twiner. Acme, .Norfolk. Vii., "ii-Xot. 4. 
Tyco ft Jcriuon, Toll's, llrldp-port, Ciain.. .)0- 

Nov. I. 
Vassnr Girls (S). lloeliestcr, N. Y„ Sfl.Xor. 4. 
Vano. Jos., .IciTcrs. Saulnaw, Mich., ::u-Xiir. 4. 
Van. Billy. Keith 'a, Tblla., SO-Xov. ■) i KcllD's. 

X. Ti C. 0-U. 
ValdliiL'a, The. lv'llb's, X. Y. V... 30-Xor. 4 : 

Kellh's, Tldlo.. OIL . 
Vnlniore ft Ijurmu, Empire. Jobauueaburg. 9. A., 

Xor. II IHv. 10; Tlreli, Cape Town, lS-Jao. 27. 
Valdnrea Troupe. Canto. Fall Hirer, Mass., :!•»- 

Xov. -I ; Colunlal. Ijwn nee. 0-11. 
Verna, Bi-lle, Eleetrlc. Waterloo. In., Xor. 6-11. 
Van Aiikeim. The, Empire, Tutersou, N. J., 3'J- 

Nuv. 4. 
Veeera. Sle.. Orphrum. Pan 1'ran.. Cal., 30-Xov. 

4. 



Vernon Troupe (SI, Viclviria, ft T. c :» i.„ . 
Yenrmlh ftDI-nre, Lyric. Llvcrimol, En- < 
lift 1 . 1 ,'- Kjup " 1,ornl ''J- '-"'-IS; Vnrlttl.."" l!'„' r J; 

Victorelll, Lyric, Clev.-land, CO-Xov. 4 
VluelU's Hor>es, inrrln Bros., Mulru ia,, ••■> 
Xor. 11. •"**' "~ 

Victor Bros., Atlantic Girden, X. I. c., !0-No». 

Village Choir, MnryUmI, Baltimore, SO-Xov i 
Vkdetln, Bllon. Des Moines, la., OO-Nov I 
Volekn-. M.-.-ft Mrs. Frederic. Orphean, bniahi 

Xor. 0-1 1. '• 

Von Weujl, Mini, Shea's, Toronto, Can.. sn.v w 

4; Troclor's oSth St.. X. Y. C, flu. w * 

Yokes May, ft Co., Moore's. Tortland. Me., Sn. 

Watson ft MorrlsHcy, Colonial, X. Y. C., 30 Nor 

Watson, Hntchtngs ft Iklwards, Poll's, SnrlnHlel i 
- Mass., sn-Xov. 4. * 

Warner, Sybil, A. ft S. .Boston, 30-Xot i 
Warner, Beatrice. A. & 8., Boston, rtn-Xo'r 4 
Washer Bros., Howard. Chicago. :tii-S\.y 'j ' 
Wanenls-re llros.. Cobir.itdn. St. lanis' 10 Nor 

4 ; Hayraarket. Chlcagn. ml. 
Walters ft Trimly. Auditorium. Lynn. Moss. 1). 

Watermelon Patch. II. ft S., X. Y. C. 30-Not 4 
Wnlthnir,, l.e Hoy, A: Oak, Norelty, Omn'ha ' M. 

^SOT. 4. ' ' 

Washer Bros.. Howard. Chlcngo, RO-Xor 4- 
Fnlqne, So. Chicago, HI.. (!-|j. ' *■ 

Weston ft Raymond, Family, llawltnn, i'a. «,>. 
Not. 4. 

Welsh. Ohos. ft Jennie, Crystal, Logansport, Ind 

Wellington Bros., Star, FL Wayne, Ind.. 30-Xor. 

Wesley, fxmls, 11. ft S., ft Y". I,'.. 30-Xor 4 
Welti ft Sherley. BIJon. .Norfolk. Va.. SO-Xor I 
Welch. Jas. A. ft i-cila, HnfTalo. Sn-Nor. 4. 
Wells, I/>\v. Hopkins', Louisville, Ky.. SO-Nov 4 
Westcolt. Era. ft Co., (irphenm, Omaha, 30-Nor! 

Weston ft Walters, Family, Mnhanojr city. Ta. 

Welcii. iiontrose Tronpo, Orpheum, Bkln so. 
Xov. 4. 

Wi-st ft Van SIclen. Majestic, Chlcain, RO-Xov. 4 • 
Arcade. Toledo. OH. "•"»•*! 

White ft Arlington. |[r,v,-.ir,l, Boston, 30-Xor 4 

Whitman. Frank, G. O. 11.. O.lninbna, 0„ so'. 
Xov. 4; f.yei'iun, Cleveland. 6-11. 

Wliilley ft Bell, O. O. IL, Fraukford, I'a., 30- 
Xov. -i. 

Whlttler, L. O., BIJou, Dulttth, Minn.. 30-Xov. 4. 

Whittle, W. E., Keith's, Yonngslown, O., IIO- 
Nov. 4. 

White, Ed. B. ft Roll!, Brndenburgh's, Phlla., 50. 
Xov. 4. 

Whalen. Geo. B., Casino, Lawrence. Mass., Xor. 

Williams ft Walker. Victoria, X. Y. C., SO- Nor. 4. 
Wills ft Hassan, Howard, Boston, SO-Xor. 4. 
Wickers "*>, XoreltT, iMivvuworth, H»n., so. 

Xov. 1: Xorelly, Kaiisna City, M-.i.. H-ll. 
Wilson Sisters, l'ocalello, Ida.. uO-Xov. 4; Lofan 

C, fl-lt. 
Wilson Trio. Majestic, Hot Springs, Ark., Sfl- 

Xov. 4 I Mnk-stlc, Waco, Tta,, 6-U. 
Williams ft Walker Gleet Club. Skea's, Toronto. 

tiiu., SO-Xov. 4. 
Williams ft Unit, Norfolk, Va., S0-.\or. II. 
iVIlsou A Ilelolse, l.vnii. Lyuh, Mass., Srt-Nov. 4. 
Wilkes, -.Mattlc. Tlndl. Ijiii.I.iii. En«.. Nov. 6-sn 
M-|itter, Wliiium. Colnnild.-i, Clii.-lmuill, 30-Xor. 4 1 

Hopkins', LihiIk'IIIi., Ky., H-ll. 
Willis ft Larkln, Witt Side, Janosrlllo, Wl«., S0- 

Nov. 4. 
Wilher, Oliver, Crystal, Detroit. 30-Xov. 4. 
Wise ft Milton Co.; \VliiiiI|s'g, Can., Wi-Xov. 4. 
Millliiuis ft Melbuni, IlopkliLs', Memrdils, Tun., 

:ai-Knv. 4. 
Williams, Etta, Family, Tottsvllle. Pa., SO-Nov. 

Wll'liort ft Belmont, Bui Ton. Phlla.. SO-Xov. 4. 

Wlkort, Baby lrmn, Industrial, Molhic, III.. SO- 
Xov. 4. 

Wilder, Marshall P., Keith's, Boston. 20-Xor. 4. 

Wlluinl. Miller's, I.luut. O.. 30-Xov. 4. 

Wurdetn*. Estcllc, ft Co., Bennett's, London, Can., 
30-Xor. 4. 

Wood ft Bay, Shea's, Toronto, Can., 30-Nor. 4; 
Keith's. N. Y. C„ U-U. 

World's Comedy Fonr, Trenton, X. J,, 30-Xor. 4; 
Keeney's, Bkln., fl-ll. 

Wood ft Berry. Ilostou, Lowell, Mass., SO-Xor. 4. 

Wiwl, Milt. Pastor's, X. Y. 0.. 30-Xor. 4. 

Woo<l, FnnieLs, Toll's, Waterbnry, Conn., 30-Nov. 

W'sid, Geo. IL, Empire, noboken, X. J., 30-Xor. 

W'sidf.ird ft Marlboro, Grand. Jollet, 111., 30-Xor, 

•I; Castle, BluomUigton, 0-U. 
Windward, V. P.. Trent. '1'rentou, X. J., 30-Xui. 

4 i Orpbemu, llcnduig, T.-i., 6-1 1. 
Wrest Family, Crystal, Denrer, Col., 30-Nov. 4. 
Ymver ft Ycager, Folios Bergere, TnrLs. Fr., Nov. 

1-30. 
Yonug ft Seott. Novelty, Omaha. 30-Xov. 4. 
i'oung, Oltlc & Bro., iirplicmu, .'illn., 30-Xov. 4: 

Aluumhra, N. Y. O. fl-ll. 
Young ft Devolc, Casio,. Fall Utter, Mass., ?0- 

Xov. 4. 
Young, Tot, Grand, Cortland, Ore., 30-Xor. 4. 
YoSenrrys IB), Proctor's. X. J.. SO-Xov. 4. 
Yoiuics ft Brooks, Columliln, St. I^uls, 3U-Xoy. 4 : 

Majestic. Chicago, 0-U. 
Zamncds, i.es. II. ft II.. Bkln., 30-Xov. 4. 
Zancbrs, The. Park. Erie, To.. 30-Xov. 4; 

Academy, Scranton, fl-ll. 
Zarc-lll, Joe. A. ft S., Boston, -SO-Xor. 4. 
Zarues, The. Howard. Boston. 30-Xor. 4. 
Keno-Jordnii-Zeiio Trouoe, Colooutl, X. V. C, Nor. 

H-U. 
Zella. Geo., Atlantic Garden, X. Y. O.. 30-Nov. 4. 
Zimmerman, Willy, Victoria, X. Y. C. 30-Xov. 4. 
Zlskn ft King, Tarfc. Erie. Ta., 30-Nov. 4i Pas- 
tor's. X. Y. C, H-U. 
Zhik, Adnlnli, II. ft- S., X. Y. C, 30-Nor. 4. 
Zltiniernians, The, Jneotj,', Peoria, 111., .IO-Nor. 

41 Olyuiple. Sprlngtteld. fl-ll. 
Zoeller Trio, Chase's, Washington, D. C., 30-Xor. 

4. 
Znika. Lyric Tcrrc Haute, Ind., SO-Xov. 4. 



1IHODB ISLAND. 



Provlilcnre. — At the rrovhlcnee Open 
House (V. II. Wendelschaefer. manager) 
K.rrle Bellew, In "BalBes," drew good Business 
Oct. Sl-UO. Surnge's Grnnd Opern Co., 2t'e 
li8, drew lmmenRe returns, the honse being 
i:oranlete!.v sold out before the company 
rencned iowu. "Tlio College Widow" 3I>- 
Xov. t, James O'Xell, In "Monte Crlsto. 
i-4 : Frltzl Scbcff tj and week. 

Kupitn (Spitz tc Xnthnnson, rrjanagers ) . — 
Tltomns R. Shell Co. drew good andlenros 
2S-S& The Fonr Mortons. In "Itrenklug Into 
Society," SO and week, follnweil by "Why 
tllrln I.enre Home." 

ISIRtlAb (Wcndelschnefer, Spllx & X«- 
thnnnon, managers ». — "Lonl Chiimley," lb«J 
nrferlnc of the stock eomrmny L'.'1-SS, reeelv-il 
rnvornble notice. "In Missouri" SO and 
week. "The Late Mr. Costello" next week. 

Kr.mi's (Chas. I.ovcnherg, mnnagerl.-- 
The Agotist Famllv heads ibe Mil week of 
HO. Others: Hal atari*, lner. McCauley and 
i-oropnny, In "I'nls ;" Houry Hooker nnd ■'nujes 
Corbley, Stuart llnrnes, Mullen and Corelll. 
Jntnes Frauds Dooley and his tlntielng girls, 
IXirotliT Ilreiinan and Kthcl Hose, Mlxn«- 
nette Knkln, Uallcttt's monkeys, the lloliiuiii 
limthen, tho 1'ryors, Carroll Itealey, «'«• 
talrc stud Naomi Ktlinrda 

Wkstminstbr (ti. II. Itnlchellor. miinn- 
gerj.— -Sliorldiiii'H Xew City Siairts SI--N 
the IllgU Koller.i :iu nnd week. 

Xotb.— Flora Juliet Howler lm* been en- 
gngiil us lendlog woman fur tins Iiiiimtwi 
Theatre Stock Co., and will join llie i-""'" 
pnny Nov. IS. Site Is a Snu Frnnclsco girl, 
and Inst Summer was a member of the Km- 
|ilre Stottk Co.. of Boston. 
a 

-\Vnonnofkct. — At the Woonsoeket Ol*ra 
Hniise rj. V.. Ogtlen, innimpi-rl James bw 1 
Oct. 11". "lieu, or Broken How." 'JS : "I uder 
buattwni Skies" no. Sbermnl's moving Id'' 
turns Xur. 1, tlargnlln's Iiallau llaml ."■ Iris'i 
iJldles' l.'holr 4, l'enber»t Stock Co. "1-1" 
Sliiiuirock Irish Hand did well »». T"'- 1 
l.ttntl of Culloa" pleased n good house -■■ 
Hoyt's t.'otncdy Co. played lo fair bouses -o. 
'.'4. Cbannei'v Olcolt drew u tilled bon« -■•■ 
"When W'c ^"cre l'weuty-onc" drew fair re- 
turns 2ti. 

Hiii t.J. W. Conklln, miiDnpcr).— UusIdms 
Is good. Hill week of «0: Murray und Al- 
lien. Cieorsc Ka'tie, Kobler nnd Marlon, Car- 
rie Scott, the UnmuantlM and Irene I.lntlsa,- 
4a«> 

tton HooTii, has reliirneil to the stnge. 
nder two venra' experience in the btisine.s 
world. _ . 



November -4; 



THE NEW YOEK CLIPPER. 



947 





FULtAM, CONVEY, EKARTD, 

MANAGERS INVITED. 



GORDON. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



l'liiladeiiiiiia. — Two novelties will lie 
offered wet-k of Oct 30. Blanche Hates, in 
•The Cilrl of the Golden West," will bo seen 
fur the lirst time locally, at the Lytic, while 
tit the Chestnut Street Theatre, Grace George 
will wake tier how lu "The Marrlugu of Wll 
Ham Ashe." The hitter political contest uow 
l«-lug waged lu thin city bus affected biyjluess 
nt iieurly all of the theatres. Numerous 
meetings nod parades are being held nightly. 
nuii uwuugers will breathe u nigh of relief 
when the contest euda oil Nov. T. 

Mull! Tiikatiib (Messrs. Schubert, mana- 
gers). — On Mondny evening, Oct. 30, David 
llclssco wilt present Blum-be Bates, In "The 
lllrl of the Golden West." The engagetneut 
Is for two weeks. Excellent business was 
ilouu by Mrs. Flake, In "Leah Kleschna," la 
l lie concluding week of lier mum eud- 
loe -3. The sterling work of the star and a 
capable supporting company was the subject 
uf uiueb favorable comment by the press and 
public. 

Biioao Stklekt Thbatije (Nixon & Zim- 
merman, managers). — Nut C. Goodwin, In 
"Wolfvlilc," concludes a two weeks' stay Is*- 
glunlug 30. Critics have not taken kindly 
lu the pluy, the consensus of opinion being 
Dial It will not Uud success lu llrst class 
houses. The play, however, gives Mr. Good- 
win u flue opportunity for character acting, 
ami enables Katharine Grey to display her 
ability us an emotional actress. Jessie Buslcy 
Is also seen to advantage la a comedy rule. 
llfiirletlu Crosuiuii, In "Mury, Mary, Quite 
Cuntwrr," will play u two weeks' eugagu- 
uiciit beginning Nov. 0. 

CUKSTNUT STRKF.T Ol'KBA. HotSB (NlXOni 

/luioicruiuu, luonugers). — Joe Weber's All 
SlHr Stuck Co., lu "Hlgglcdy-Plggledy" und 
"The College Widower," Is lu its second uud 
concluding week, ending Nov. -I. This or- 
pinlziitlou la a great favorite lii this city, 
mid. audiences have been lavish in their ap- 
plause uf the meritorious work of the com- 
pany, on (J "Rogers Brothers In Ireland" 
will begin u fortnight's engagement. 

Creancer Hnona Theatre (Nixon & Zim- 
merman, uianugers). — For a two weeks' stay, 
beginning Oct. 30, Grace Georgo will bo seen 
lu "The Murrluge of William Ashe." sup- 
iiorted by h capable, company, including II. 
neeves-Sraltk and Ben Webster. The two 
weeks' el uy of George M. Cohan, la "Little. 
Johnny Juui-s," ending 28, wus highly appre- 
ciated by good sized audiences, Individual 
hits lielng made far the star, Kthcl Levy uDd 
Tuiu Lewis. On Nov. IS Mclntyrc and Heath 
will be seen iti "The Unm Tree." 

Walnut Stiikkt ThiAtub (Fruuk Uowe 
Jr, manager).— "Checkers" has lost nono 
of. Its popular] ty, and good sized audiences 
thoroughly enjoyed the work of Ilunu Bob- 
crls in the lending role. Tlte fortnight en- 
gagement concludes with week of Oct U0. 
For week of Nov. (J Manager Uowe will pre- 
sent his own show. "It's Up to You, Jobu 
HeuFv." w'th C'aarlea E. Grapewin leading. 

Gauuick Tukatuu (Fruuk Howe Jr., man- 
ager). — Good sized audiences have witnessed 
Lawrence D'Orsny, lu "The Embassy Bull," 
which concludes u two weeks'. Stay on Nov. 4. 
The star has good opportunities In the play, 
uud with u well balanced supporting com- 
pany, provides uu excellent entertainment 
Nov. 6, Kvrle Bcllcw. In •'Kaflies." 

PauK Theatiib (F. Q. Nlxon-Nlrdllnger, 
manager). — "Beauty und the Beast" Is the 
attraction for the current week of Oct 30. 
"The Isle of Spice" proved populur with 
Hie patrons week of 23. Ou Nov 0, Creston 
<:lurkc, in "Monsieur Beuuculrc," will play 
Lis annual engugement. 

Guanu on-iiv Hofsu (G. A. Wegefartli, 
manager). — liva Tunguiiv, lu "The Sambo 
Girl," is the offering week of Oct. 30. Fulr 
business wus done week of 23, with "Guy 
New York." Ou Nov. U comes nickel. Wat- 
sun and Wrothe. In "Tom, Dick and Horry.'! 

GlIiASU Avenee Tiieatku (Miller & Kuuf- 
mau, uiauagers). — "Hearts of Gold," a melo- 
ilnium new to this city, was fuvorably re- 
celved week of Oct 23. For the curreut 
veek 30, Sclmu Herman will be seen In 
"Queen of the Convicts." "How Baxter But- 
ted In" Is underlined for week of Nov. 6. 

National Tiieatdu (Joseph M. Kelly, man- 
ager). — "David Ilnrum," with Win. U. Tur- 
ner lu the leudlug role. Is the attraction week 
of Oct SO. "Queen of the Highbinders" wus 
pleasing to the patrons week of 23. Nov. U, 
"Lighthouse by the Sea." 

muv.E's TliKATita (F. G. Nlxou-Mrdllug. 
er, manager). — "Fast Life In New York" la 
the booking for week of Oct SO. Satisfac- 
tory business was doue by "Custer's Last 
Fight." week of 23. "Tracked Arouud tho 
World" week uf Nov. 0. ■ . „ 

BliAJIEx'S AUl'll SlUEET TUEATBB (M. S. 

Sehlesslnger, manager). — Fair sized audien- 
ces were In attendance week of Oct 23, to 
witness Anne Bluucke, In "Fighting Fate." 
For the curreut week of 30, "ITow Hearts 
Are Brukeu" will be sceu. "Child Slaves of 
New York" Is underlined for week of Nov. (I, 

IIaht's New Tia'ATuu (John W. Hart, 
inunuger). — "The Shadow Behind 'he Throne" 
furnishes the bill week of Oct. SO, followed 
Nov. with "The Child Wife" "Shadows 
of a Great City" was cujoyed by tho patrons 
lust week. . . „ , 

FoiiKfAt'Mi'.s Theatiib (Miller * Kauf- 
man, managers). — An artistic production of 
"Quo Vadls" was given by tho stock week 
of Oct. 23. A revival of "A Gentleman of 
Franco" Ih tho current week's offering. 30, 
followed by "Tho Light of Other Duys," 

Nov. e. 

Standaiid Tueateb (Darey & Speck, inun- 
ngers).— "King of Detectives" was wel 
ue led by the stuck week of Oct. 23. Kood sized 
audiences being In attendance. "Thu L'rlnio 
uf Hallowe'en" will be produced week of 30. 
"Why Women Sin" Is In preparation for 
week of Nov. •!. . . ' 

Keith's NkW Tiieatioj lit T. Jordan, 
tuauuger). — Thu principal feature of the bill 
lor week ot Oct. 30 Is furnished by Will M. 
t'resty uud Blanche Dayne, In tho playlet, 
"Town Hall Tonight' Others un the pro- 
gramme ure: Billy Van. John Hberly. tbo 
Three Meere. Gurdncr and Vincent La Vlur- 
Ctmurou Trio, Daisy llareourt. Snyder and 
lluckler, Ibe Lo Pages. Corhley und llurke, 
l'aul Conchas (second week) uud tho klueto- 
graph. Big hits were mude week of 23 
uv Ferry ttorwcv, the musical clown; tho 
' llluce Choir. Joe Kclchen's dogs uud I'uu! 
f.'ouchus). Buslueas ut this houso Is np to 
the usual guod Mnndunl. 

BunaiTH Sman Qnu House (Frank 
I Miinuttt. munngerl. — A new burlcaytic. "Ill 
Meet ion ut the Bending Terioluul," Is Iho 
feature of the current week's bill. 30, by 
Dumout'u Minstrels. Several new cuugs will 
also be heard In the ilrtt part. 

Casimj (HIIu>-'. Kocnlg it Ledeter, luana- 
sors). — Wlue. Women and Song prov'des 
the bill week of SO. The World Beutcrs 
took well, with good sized audiences, week of 
23. Week of Nov. (I. Roblc's Knickerbockers. 

Bijou (George W. Blfe, tnaonger). — The 
Baltimore Beauties kept fair sized audiences 
lo good burner week of 23. The Merry Maid- 
ens will desport tberosehes week of 3 n , fol- 



lowed on Nov. by the liupmiai BWtaNMH. 

Ltceum TiluiTKi: (John O. Jermou, maib 
ngcr). — Clark's Bnnnwny Girls will provide 
the entertainment {or the delectation of the 
patrons of this house week of Oct. 30. The 
vanity I'ulr Co. Is tho offering for week of 
Nov. d. The Golden Crook Burlcsquersdrcw 
good patronuarc week or Oct. 23. 

Bon Ton Tiieathk (Frank V. Dunn Jr., 
manager). — The hill for week of 30 couslsts 
of: uarvlce's pontcK, Wllburt and Belmont, 
lieu Mycn:, A. L. Wilson, Burke mid Flynu. 
the Baker Co.. Hamilton aud Wiley, tho 
Kings, Currlc itussell, Glenroy und Itobcrts. 
Beading Sisters and moving pictures. The 
opening, week of 23, draw fair business. 

Thoi'.vpeiio (Fred Wilson, manager). — 
The High School Girls and tho Kltamura 
.lapnne.se Troupe furnish the entertainment 
week of 3D. Lxcellent business was done by 
the Cherry Blossoms Co. week of 23. 

ISviriHK Theatbb (William B. Allen, man- 
ager).— "A Slave of the Mill" is the nltruc- 
tlou Oct. .Sjl-Nor. I, followed Nov. 2-1. by 
"Peek"."* Bad' Boy." Fair business was done 
by the Goldcu Crook Hurlesquers Oct. 23-25, 
and "Dr. Jokyll and Mr. Hyde" 20-28. 

Ninth and Abcii Stkeex' Meseusi (C. A. 
Ilradenbtirgh, manager). — In the curio hall 
week of 30 are : Culgbton's trained rooster*, 
liraddon and Gibson's Female Wild West, 
the Mntzoiiis, handcuff kings; George Brown 
contortionist ; Hlnmnn's Murine Carnival, 
Solitunkl's Hindoos, 1'. 17. Smith, musician, 
nud John Thompson, blind checker player. 
In the theatre the performors arc: Pannu, 
Jack and Kva Louf, Mabel Beunelt, Huffuer 
und Uohenudel, Virginia Barnurd, Morgan 
i.ml Crone, Fd. and Bulla White, and tbo 
clmograph. 

Notes. — Manager Wegefarlh, of the Grand 
Op'.'ra House, announced lust week that ho 
bad obtained an option for a plot of ground 
in West Philadelphia, un Which he will cruet 
a huudsuuie playhouse. Application will 
shortly be made for a charter for a corpora- 
tion which wilt Unauce Its ercctlou. There 
Is great need for a theatre lu West Phila- 
delphia. Nearly 300,000 persons reside there, 
nuii the nearest playhouse- Ih morn than two 

miles off Charles T. K. Miller, uianu- 

ger of Joe Weber's All Stur Co., was lu town 
lust week, renewing acquaintances uiuung his 
former nnsnclntcs In the newspaper business. 
... Louis H. linker, formerly stugc director 
of the Grand Opera House, Pittsburg, Is now 
engaged lu u managerial capacity at the Bon 
Ton Theatre The Hrl n- Nelson light pic- 
tures will he displayed at Horticultural Hall, 
Oct 31-Nov. 4 .Burton Holmes will de- 
liver his series of travelogues lu live successive 
Thursdays, beginning Nov. Hi. ut tho Academy 

of Music Fruuk V. Dnnu, owner uf the 

Buu Ton Theatre, presented publicly to his 
sun, Frank V. Dunn Jr.. the leaso of tho 
theatre, at the opeulng performance ou Oct. 



I 



Oi'MiA Hoiisk (M. Bcls, manager). — "A 
Slave of the Mill" did well Oct. 23 -25. Lydla 
Knflo succeeds Orris Ober, uf this company : 
Annie Vcllsk Is u new addition, und Walter 
libel, of this city, will Join tho company nt 
PliHudclplila. 30. William S. Clifford, lu "A 
Jolly Huron." played to crowded bouses, 26- 
2S. The Myrktc-I larder Co. week of 30. 

Notu. — 1,'lulre Giant and Algio Do Weoa, 
two local vocalists, will start their profes- 
sloa.il career In New York illty early In 
December, with a musical company. 
> 

i.itneiiait'r. — At the Fulton Optra House 
(O'has. A. Yeeker, manager) Mamlu Flem- 
ing and company. In repertory, had very 
good business Oct. 23-28. Frank Deshou, 
In The Office Boy." 30; tho High Flyer 
Hurlesquers 31, "Girls Will Bu Girls" Nov. 

I. "Uncle Josh Sjiruceby" 2, Mubel McKlu- 
loy canceled 3. West und Yokes A, "Tho 
Sleeping Bcuuty and thu Benst" 0. 

Family (lid. Mozart, manager). — Busi- 
ness continues lurgc. Current : Itced and 
Barlou. Ben Omur, Kimball and Donovan, 
Hurry Nolo. Bob and Bertha Hyde, aud Geo. 

II. Diamond and company. 

» 
Knston. — At the Ahln Opera House (W. 
K. Dotwl Her, manager) "Tho Sleeping Beauty 
and the Beust" did excellent business Oct. 10. 
"A Message From Mars" wus greeted by n 
large and delighted uudlencc 20. Paul Jones" 
played to good business 21. Ilrltt-Nelsoii 
tight pictures did fairly good business 23. 
Primrose's Minstrels enjoyed good business 
25. Weber Stock Co. Nov. fl, "Deserted ut 
thu Altar" V, Viola Allan S, Frank Deshon 0, 
"Gold Dust Twins" 10, "When Wo AVoro 
Twenty-one" 11. 

♦ ■ » 
MISSOURI. 



Nov; 2. May Irwin 0, "Tho Maid and the 
Milmui.v" 7. "Tho Pit" S, "Woodland" 0, 
"The Girl from Kuy's" 11. 

Lyceum (C V. Phllley, manager). — Tho 
Merrymaker*. Oct. 20-2S, opened big. ty- 
■mm Twins, In "The Bustlers," 20, wills Sun- 
day matinee : pictures of Brttt-Nclson tight 
30 -Nov. 1. W. II. Pntton 2 4. 

Lyhio (II. W. Vnu Dyke, manager). — Tho 
Van Dyke Co., In "A Kentucky Fcml." hud 
troud business lust week. A Diamond 
Thl«-t" 30-Nov. 1. Jefferson Do Augella 3, 4, 

Ciiystal (Fled Cosmoii. manager). — Busi- 
ness Inst week was Immense. People for 
week of Oct. 21) : The Begaras, Frank Groh, 
(,'. Guytlor, Stuplutuii and Chancy, Itogers 
and Bell Dolau, und Cosuion's pictures. 
» 

Sprliturlti-M — At the Baldwin Theatre 
(G. II. Oluudorf, innnugcr) "Tho Forulddcu 
Laud," Oct. 23. was a splendid performance, 
to u packed house. "The Maid and the 
Mummy," 26. drew u large uudlcneo and 
pleased. Lvninii 11. Howe's moving pictures, 
2ii, hart fulr business. "ilcKitildcn's Plats, 
28 (with uiallupe), drew fair sized houses. 

Oiemiui (Dr. F. W. DIeincr, nianagei'). — 
"The Galley Slnvu" tho past week drew largo 
crowds and pleased. 

Staii (G. II. Olendorf, manager). — Tho 
crowds attending would Indicate Springfield's 
appreciation ot vaudeville. 
♦ H 
INDIANA. 



St.Loula At tho Century Theulro (P. T. 

Short, mauagor) Lew Dockstader's Minstrels 
camo to good business Oct. 23. Due : "A 
Fulr Exchange" week of 30, Mmc. Bchumanu- 
Uelnk follows Nov. 0. 

GAUutcic TiiCATnu (G. W. Floyd, niaua- 
ger).— "The Girl und the Buudll" played to 
record breaking crowds Oct. 22 and week. 
"The Winning Girl" week of 30, "Babes in 
tho Wood" week of Nov. (S. 

Impeuial TUeatke. — "Sky Farm" cume to 



Indianapolis. — At English's Opera Houso 
(Ad. F. Miller, manager) lizin Kendall, lu 
"The Burn Stormer," Oct. 20. 21, pleased. 
"Tho Crossing," 23-25, hud fair business. 
Alice Fischer- did u moderate business 20. 
Thomas W. Boss, In "A Pair ISichnnge," 27, 
28; Frank Daniels 30, 31, Doebstadcr's Min- 
strels Nov. 3, -I ; ftlchnrd Mauslleld 7. "Tlio 
lslu ot Bong Bong" 8, Win. II. Crano 0, Otis 
Skinner 10, Liliel Barrymuro 11. 

Pahk (Dickson At Talbott, manager). — 
Huivurd Hall, lu "Thu Millionaire Detec- 
tive," 10-21, stood them up. "Confessions 
of u Wife," 23-25, fnred welt "IJuelo Dnu'I" 



IOWA. 

Dvh lloIiieH. — At Foster's Oix'rn tlouaO 
(Wm. Foster, inana^er) "Home Folks" wn-i 
enjoyed by large audiences Oct. 10-21. 'Tiff! 
Pnffl! l'liuf!!!" uttrnetecl a capacity hcuno 
23. A well lllleii housu grreteil "Mrs. Lot- 
(Ingwell's Boots" 21. May Irwin ruturiu* 
28, "The ShoGun" 31, Tim Murphy Nov. 7. 

Aunii'omiiM tlVui. Foster, luiiuuger). — Thu 
Kill lea Hand 20. . . 

Giianp im'cha iIimmi (Win. Poster, man- 
ager). — Bond buslnesH was enjoyed by "A 
Boyal Hllive" Oct. 10-21. "tleadwuod Dick" 

Iilnveil to huge houses 22-25. 'Tinman 
learts" 26-28, "A Wife's Secret" 20-Nov. 1, 

Bijou (Fred Biicliuiiiin, niniinger.--Vcn- 
Ictlu Is (lie hendllner for week of 20. Others 
are Kemp and Pcuse, Luwsou llros., uud Itua- 
tell uud Ouulmti. 

Midror (W. It. dourly, malinger). — Thin 
house, I'urniprly Iho l.yceuin. has been re- 
iiiodelleil. uud was otieued as a vniiduvlllu 
house Monday, Oil. 23. A crowded linusn 
greeted the opening bill, which lueliiileil : 
Ames and Kuulhers, lielmiir ami Letter, 
Mack and Mlllot, John Morrison, Geo. Stan- 
ley. Simmons uud Harris, and tho Mirror, 
scope. Booked fur week of 20 : Delmar ami 
Dexter, Downey and Wtllnrd, Loreetu Trio, 
John Morrison (permanent), Geo. Stanley, 
aud Stanley aud l.e Boy. 

■ ■ 

< nliir llii|>iii«. — At Greene's Opera House 
(Will S. Collier. husinesH uutungor) Mar 
tin's "U. T. C." iileusi'd l wo good sized 
houses Oct. 20. Kilties Una. I, 21, gave tw» 
line recitals. "Human Hearts," ~~<, had u 
fulr slwd iinilleiice. "A HiiHsliin Spy" 28, 
lliihn Orehcslrn 30, Chns. II. Hnnfnrd Nov. 
11, "ludinnn Folks" 4, "Hello. Bill," 7; Ornco 
Van Studlford 8, Tim Murphy W. "Tho Heir 
lu the Iloornb" in, Aluy inilu 11. 

l'KOl'l.K'a (Vh- Hugo, uiuiiiiger). — Full 
hmiscH every night. Bill for week of Oct. 
30: lli'inu'i! Fiiiully, Itenuhlv Simiiis, Muck 
nud RWolli Avery mid Pearl, T.ulllu Munrou, 
Buy W. Fay, uud the blograpli. 



llg business week of Oct. 22. Tho company 
Is very capable. "Young Buffalo" week of 
30, "Mr. Duoluy" week of Nov. 0. 



PltUburif. — At tho Nixon (Thus. F. 
Kirk Jr.. manager) "The Shepherd King," 
with Wright Loriiner, began Its second week 
Oct. 30. Last week's business wits big. "Tho 
Sollicking Qlrl" next week. 

Belasco (Geo. W. Siiniuils, manager). — 
Mrs. Flske uud the Manhattan Co., In "Leah 
Kleschna," opened a week's engagement 30. 
"Babes Ui tho Wood" closed u profitable two 
weeks' engagement last Saturday night 
"Lovetand" next week. 

Alto (B. M. Gnllck & Co., managers).— 
" 'Way Down East" 30 aud week. Last week 
"Nancy Brown" did well, and gave u good 
entertainment. Florence Bindley next week. 

Buor (B. M. (iulick & Co., managers).— 
"Child Slaves of New York" opened 30. Lust 
week "My Tom-Boy Girl" hud good patron- 
ugc. "Custer'-s Last Fight" next week. 

Guanu (Harry Davis, munager). — Bill 
week uf 30 : Berzae's circus, Salerno, the 
Juggler ; Geo. W. Day, Ellnoro Sisters, Mr. 
aud Mrs. Gardner Crane, Almont und Du- 
mont. Kenyon. and De Gurmo, Cartmell und 
Harris, Althea Twins and tho elueomutu- 
graph. . 

OAYEir (Jus. V. Orr, munager). — Tho Gol- 
den Crook Co. 30 und week. The New York 
Stars did well last week. Tho Dainty Duch- 
ess Co. next week. 

AcaiiKHT of Music (Harry W. Wllllania 
Jr., munager). — Tho Colonial Belles, who 
played here at the openlug ot this house In 
August, return this week, Chas. Boblnsou 
being Ibe chief fun maker. Last week the 
Muscottcs did the usual largo business. Tho 
California Girls uext week. 

E.MPimi (H. J. MeC'uilough, munager).— 
"Tho Gypsy Girl" 30 and week. A good cotti- 
puuy surruuuds Miss Kemper lu tho title role, 
ami the production Is elaborately staged. 
Last week "A Girl uf the Streets" did'' well. 
"Marching Through Georgia" next week. 

Note. — Prank P. Patterson, who acted In 
thu capacity of dramatic critic of Tho Pitln- 
burg Dili patch for the past thrcn or four 
yours, has resigned lo uccupt u position with 
Muuuger Duvls, of the Grand Opera House, 
to look after the press matter uf that theatre, 

■ 
. AHooim.— At tho Eleventh Avenue Opera 
Houso (I. C Mlsblcr, munager) Kcllar had u 
big house Oct. 23. Mme. Schnmunu-lleluk 
Co. appeared 21, to a largo audleuce. Mine. 
Heluk, owing lo Illness, did nut appear, and 
her rolo wuh tilled In a very clever manner 
by Claire Meaulz. Tho Golden Crook Bur- 
lesque Co played to u big houso 25, and will 
plsy a return engagement 27. Dolly Kemper, 
lu "The Gypsy Girl?' 20 ; "Uncle Josh Spruce 
bv" 28 ; Kose Cecelia Shuy, lu "Paul Jones," 
VM; Vlrglulu Drew Trcseott, In "Cousin 
Kate," -SI : "The Mldulght Flyer" Nov. 1, 
Mabel MeKlnley 2, Dainty Duebess Bnrlesquu 
Co. 3, Sletson's "G. T. C." Co. •!, "Buunlug 
for Olhee" «, Duvld Proctor, lu "A Messago 
from Mars." T ; "Peck's Bud Boy" 8. 

Km — The New Mlshlur Theatre lu now 
well under way, and already there Is con- 
siderable evldeuce of tho exterior Iwuuty of 
the building us It will appear when com- 
pleted. 

i I ■ ii i 

Scranton.— At tho Lyceum (A. J. Duffy, 
manager) Howe's moving pictures Nov. 2, 
"The Mayor of Toklo" 3, 4. "A Message 
from Mars," 26, was well received. I*rlui- 
roso's Mliislrelt, 27, drew largo lioin-es. 
"Simple Simon Simple," 23, drew delighted 
audiences. 

Acaolmv i.\. J, Duffy, manager) — "No 
Mother to Guide ller" SO-.Sov. 1, "The Nlncly 
and Nine" 2-1. West aud Vukes, Oct. 20-28, 
hud fair huuseii. 

Staii ».\lf. l>. II"irlugton, nuiuugcr). — Al. 
Item-*' Co. week uf SO. The LnropcuU Sen- 
sutlon, week of 23, drew crowded houses. 

Family (.Duu F. McCo---, nmuagcr). — Week 
of 30. May YoB'j and Cup'alii Brudloo Slrotig, 
lu "Mlsunderslood." ii>>--i ted by Yeokl Ku- 
uutzu uud vaudeville company, 

Harrlsbarir- — -At the Lyceum (M. litis, 
manager) "A Message from Mars." with 
David Proctor, scored a big success hero 
Oct 23. "Paul Jones" canceled 28. "Marrh- 
Ing Through Georgia" (return) 31, Mabel 
Mi-Kln'ev Nov. S. 



Dunne Tmi:athk (P. T. Short, mana- 
ger). — Frank Daniels, tu "Scrut. Drue," 
came to fulr bus'ness Oct. 22. "Woodluud" 
week uf 31 1, Francis Wilson Nov. fi and weok. 

SiAxij.uai 'I'UUATKB (Leo liclchcnbacb, 
malinger). — Tbo Brigadier Burlesijuoru, with 
Bultlliig Nelson fciilured, week of Oct. 28, 
eunie in record brcuklng crowds. "The Wise 
Guy" furnished the mum portion uf the en- 
lertalumeut. Thu Kentucky Belles week of 
30, the Merry Makers Nov. und week. 

Gaybty T'UEA'rim (0. T. Crawford, mana- 
ger). — Hurry Bryant's Extruvaganza Co., 
Oct, 22 und week, enjoyed splendid patron- 
age. Tin- opening pleco Is entitled "A Frolic 
at Iho Zoo." The Four Nelson Couilquet, 
Conroy and Henry, Durinorty, tho Indian 
clilb juggler: the Grants, Bush, Du Veru 
and Bryan und Bluke took part In tho olio. 
Hose I fill Fully Co. week of 30, tho Truus- 
Alluntics Nov. uud week. 

Havein's Tiikatiib (Wm, fiarcn, mana- 
ger). — Howard Hull, In "Tho Mllllounlru De- 
tective," 22 aud week, played to capacity 
business. "MePndden's Pints" week of 30, 
Harry Clay Btuuey Nov. und week. 

Guami Opera Houei: (John C. Slieehcy, 
tauungerl. — Bose Melville returned in "Sis 
Hopkins," Oct. 22. uud enjoyed good business 
for tho week. "The Kunuways week of 30, 
Ford und Gehruc, In "Lovers und Lunutlcs, 
Nor. (J and week. 

Columbia Theatjib (Frank II. Tuto, nmn- 
ngcr). — A varied and excellent bill last week, 
including 'The Queeu's Fun," In which tbreo 
women presented a good musical uet, und a 
series of living pictures, In which u number 
uf uleu und women were employed to poso 
uccordlug lo famous gruups ot stutuury. drew 
good business. This week's hill Includes: 
vali re Bergere, Colo uud Johnson, colored 
musicians ; Sylvester, Junes uud Prlugle, min- 
strels : Wurtculmrg Brothers, Harry Thom- 
son, Howard Brothers. Estellltu und Gu- 
burdo, Werdeu uud Gluddlsli. the Ozuvs, Mc- 
Mlunln aud Itced, Cussud uud DcVcrue, und 
tin- klnodroinc. 

GboitK Tiikatiih fll. K. Ulce, manager). — 
The following bill Is being produced lit this 
house this week: The I'uiils, In un old plan- 
tation sketch: Lei: Alines, I.ulu Uesselmuu. 
Tlu'o Junius', Mnrglc Helfrick, und thu great 
trained Ariibluu hursc, Uaydl. New moving 
plctureu uru being presented on thu klncto- 
graph. 

I 

Kansas City.— At tbo Willis Wood (Wood- 
wu.rd Amusement Co., managers) Tim Mur- 
phy, Oct. 22-25. did excellent work. Walker 
Whiteside, 20-28, had fair 1 business. This 
week "Mrs. Lvfnugwell'ii Bouts" and May lr- 
wlu will divide the time. Next week, Wood- 
land" und Wlltou Lacknye, lu "Tho Pit" 

GUAM) Oit.ua House (Hudson & Judub, 
iiiuuugers). — Lust week "Tho Filibuster" 
proved worthy of nil the good things that 
have been sufd ot It, and hud u big week's 
business. This week, "Tho Mold and tbo 
Mummy." Next week. "Fnutnna." 

Oiii'iieum (Murtin Beck, general manager). 
—11111 week of 30 : Iloso Stnlil, Genaru Leon- 
ard, Burton's comedy dugu, Kiislo I'Tuber, Jol- 
t'uii. Palmer uud Joluou, and Brown aud 
Browu. 

fiiLLis (K S. Ilrlghum, manager). — Last 
week "Young Buffalo, King of the Wild 
West," with lis real cowboys and Indians, 
thrilled the audiences. This week, Howard 
Hall, lu "The Millionaire Detective." Next 
week, ".Meruddon's Flute." 

Ai'oiToniUM (Woodward & Burgess Amuse- 
ment Co., tnunagets).' — Last week "Shadows 
on the Hearth/' with .Tauieu Brophy und 
Estliu Williams, fared well. This week thu 
company remains over, uud will give "At tho 
Old Cross Bonds." Next week, " 'Wuy Down 
East." 

Cr.sii.nY f.r. J. Barrel t, uiunogtr). — Last 
week the Kentucky Belles, uugmcuted by 
Jim lay Brill, had luitnensij business. Special 
luutlnecs were given dully. This week, tho 
Merrymakers. The Ideals next week. 

Ma jem if (Fred Wulduiau, mauuger).— 
LuEt week linse Hill's English Folly Cu. gavo 
good performance!.-. Geo. W. Hire tcored a 
lilt. This week, Trans-Atlantic Burlcupieru. 
Next neek, Bentz-Suatley Co. . i 

Com in no* Hall (i.ouls Hhouae, maua- 
ger). — John 1'. Fisher's production, "Babes In 
llio Wood," opened u week's, engagement 30, 
with iptclal matlnoul Tuesday, Thursduy and 
Saturday. 

I 

St. Joseph— -At Tootles' (C. V. Phlliey. 
manager) Walker Whltenlde, In "We Aro 
King,' hadgood bUJlneris Oct. 23, and greatly 
pleased. Tim Mimihy pln«« n return en- 
gncernent '.•", 2 1 -. "Mra, l,>-llinf:n-elFs llo'ds" 



Horllnutoii — At Hie (iiiind (Chamber- 

lln, llurrlngtou Ai Co., nmiiagi-rs).- - Jack Uoef- 

ller llulshcd out week of del. Ill with cou- 

slnnlly liu-rensliig biiHliiess. "The Wayward 

Noil" 23. Kill Ich' Hand plenseil 25. "Youuger 

Brollieih" 27, "Thu Filial Wnldllig" 28. "Ho- 

iiiihi HearlK" 30, Killer's Sloek Co. Nov. 2-1, 

UIUXD URU IluLSB (Hluirer Zlegler, "Hniipy Hooligan" 7, Churn's II. Ilaiitoril h, 

inanagei-).— Col. (..ustoii Uordfvnrry will bu "Utile Jolitinv Junes" l>. May Irnlu 10, Tim 

Hie hendllner week of 30. Edmund Buy and Murphy 11, Sletson's "lj. T. ('." Li, 



SS-38, "Tho Boy Behind Hie Gun" 30-Nov. 1. 

Imiiana (Bulph ThorlniH, inaimgcr). — 
The Muy Hosiner Sto«:k Co. tippenred In u 
guod production of "The Couut uf Moutu 
Crlslo," week of Oct. 2". Business shows a 
stuidy Improvemcnl at this liouse. 

Giia»;d Ol'EiiA Hulsb (Hhufer Zlegler, 



company, Tluirue and Cai-letun, the Queen's 
Full Trio. Mile. Emmy's dogs. l,es Parls- 
leunns, Talbot nud lingers. Do Ivoo Trio, und 
Iho bioscope Oil nut the bill. Busluess holds 
up tu the capacity. 

E.MMiiu (Chas. Zimmerman, munager). — 
Fuy Foster Co., week of 23. did very bfg busi- 
ness. The Brigadiers week of 30, with Bat- 
tling Nelson. 

Notes. — Tho Brltl-Nelsuii light pictures 
drow good busluesa ut Uu Auditorium 2.1- 

2i Bounds' Ladleu' Orchestra will 

pluv nt tlio. Pure Food Show, ut Tomllusou 
Hull, lor two wcoks, hegluulug 25. 
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Kviiun villi-. — The Grand Opera Houso 
(Pedley & Burch, managers) was well ut- 
teiided Oct. 20, when Barlow's Minstrels 
amused every one. Some clever uctH uru con- 
iiecled with the show this senHon, Louis 
Jumes bail two good audiences 21. "Not Llku 
Other Girls," 23, culled out u fslr audience, 
"The Etcrnui City" 2fi, "Piirslfnl" 20, 27, 
"The Fortune Teller" 28, Cliiirlollo Buruutt 
30, Frank Daniels Nov. 1, "Tho Forbidden 
Laud" 2. 

l'LortB'ti (Pedley & Bun-U, managers).-' 
"Wedded uud Purttd" bud blu; hoimes. Mnsou 
und Mnsou 21), "Uuclo Tom'u Cabin" Nov. ■!, 
(lea, Sidney (J. 

Norm.— Munager Pedley, of (ho Grand and 
l'eoplu s, spent 21 here, looking uver the busi- 
ness, und reports Increased business over laut 
season. Hu nlso reports that lie Is giving 
East St. Louis better shows thou tlioy hnvu 

ever had buforo Tlio Trans-Continental 

Vaudevlllo Association Is negotiating with 
patties here for a new theatre, mid If nr- 
i-ungemi-ia» are complete, Evuusvlllo will 
huve continuous vaudeville. T. J. Connor Is 
■■funeriil manager of tint TrausCoullnentnl 
wiudcvlllu Assoclatluu, with bouiu oJllcea lu 
Now York. 



Gauuick (Vic. Hugo, pi-nprlelot). — Gmsl 
business here. Dili week of Oct. 30: Uu- 
liec'u animal nclol-M, M'llllo Wt'lhi, Sllliford 
and Darlington, Fruulul, Lottie Muuroo uud 
hlognipli. 

i 

lim ciiiHiri. — At tlm Hurlls Opera IIOWM 
business has been Increasing. "Human Hearts" 
Uet. 22, "Mrs. LcillngwcH'H IIiioIh" 23, Kiltie i 
Band 21. "Plffl Piiffl! lVuflM" 28. "Her 
Only Shi" 20, Elder's Slock Cu. 30-Nov. I. 
"A Wife's Secret" 2. C. B. Ilanford 4. "'Jlio 
Fatal Wedding" f>. "Hnpny Iloollgau" II, "Tbo 
Heir to the llooruh" 7, Daniel Sully II. 

Elite (II. II. Sodlnl, iniuiagei-).- For 23 
uud week: The Johnsons, John M. Murllin. 
Mildred Swlfl, tho Juggling Purrul* uud 
muring pictures. 

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oiiuooy. ' »? 



V 



Torre Iluiite. — At tho Grand Opera. 
Houso (J. W. Uurhydt, mimnger) "The 
House of Mystery" showed lo good biislnes.i 
Oct. 27, 28. "Dura Thome" drew a guod 
liOKM 20. Lew Doekstadcr'a Minstrels 31, 
"Oueen of Hut Wliltu Slaves" Nov. 1, Mll- 
. dred Holluud 2, "Tho liuy Behind tho C-uu" 
J, 4. 

Likic (Jack lroeffier, mnnugor).— This 
houso micued 30, to u luigo uudleuce, uud 
big business bus been the onlor since. Popu- 
lar price matinees and night performances 
.lire gl veil dally. Tho f,j-rlc is In tho Kohl Ii 
(iistle circuit, uud llrst cluss vuiidevlllo ouly 
)V)' .1'" ,.6'vcu. Tho current week's bill : 
^urtku, Seven Biyouu, Kheriia uud Cole, 
Conslantlneau, and tho klnodrome. 
...'-'o'.iseusi (Hurry Brounoii, nmua/jor).— 
Black Crook Jr. Burlesaueru played OcL 27, 
lu S. It. O. Tho Brltt -Nelson pictures, 28 
drew good Imshiefs, Munagvr Bruiisoij has 
hail Ibe Coliseum enlarged uud relltted, and 
iiiuny of tho best lurgu ludeueadcul produc- 
lions uio booked. 

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..jM^KSBP 11 ' A t thu Grand Opera Huiisn 
IM. J. Dillon, maiiiigei-) "The Maid und thu 
Mummy," Oct. 20; "At l'lney Itldge," 21; 
"Black Crook." 21, und Mildred lIollaniT, 2(1, 
■ill hud good business and gave excellent per- 
foriuunws, "The Devil's Aiicllnu" Nov. 1, 
Dockstader u Minstrels 2, Mildamn bebil- 
muun-Helnk Cu. 3. Bcntfrow Stock Co. 1 1. 

Cbvkial (W. W. McEuen. munager).— 

Bill thle week: Clum. C. McUee, Trask unrl 

.laddeii, Mussey and Crmner, Funio Shumor 

rhe manugeutcnt ur the Crystal will put u 

polo team lu the Held. 

rWrfl.— Geo. Lund und Luulso Do Varnev 
bai-i.i «• oscd with "Fablo Komuul," uud Joined 
"At Plucy ltldgu." 

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TKNNESsBn. 



Poriliind. — 'llio Lewis uud Clurk Fulr 
-ueiisuii ended OcL 1-1, und iiiuny of tho Trail 
ulll-iiclloll.'i have been taken b> Los Augde-i. 
Among thei.D uru: Thu Igurrutus, thu Infum. 
lueuhutor, (.'.. C. Egaii, manager: Huuuled 
Custlu and Trip lu V'ouus, AnlUuny J. Our 
iiuin, unnugur ; Temple of Mirth uud Mirror 
Maze, Fcrnurd Akuliu, uninuger; UtreoU uf 
Cairo, Gustou Akouu, manager, Carnival ut 
Vunli-e, lb, lousy lilrulfy, tiiauugor ; Laud of 
tho Midnight Sun, und Durknuss and Dinvu, 
Edwurd M. Bu.vliiis, uuinugur; Fair Japan, 
Yiirnelo Kushlblkl, manager, und Trip to 
Hlliorln, Algur M. Whecli-r, inuiiugei'. The 
oMIi-hil cumpurnllvo uluteiiiunt uf the paid 
and free aduilslpiui shuwu u total of 
1.680.017 paid udiiilsloiis, uud 071,103 freu 
admissions, total 2,5.1 .1.780. The dully ul- 
tendiiucu of thu posl-Expuiilllou period ba.l 
averaged over -I.OUO. 

MAligt'AU fillA.MI (ClllvlU llelllg, Illlllia- 

gur). — "Tlio Tondarfoot" did fulr busluesri 
10-18, und "Leu (lur," did very largo busl- 
iicmi. The ciigiigcme.nl huh extended In 28. 
Harry Bulkloy. nt Washliigloii, D. C, will lie 
liver his Illustrated lecture un Yullowsloiiu 
Park 28, together wllh IiIh uuwly prepared 
lecture uu Portland, which ho expects to cl<- 
liver througliout dm United fitutes. Eiiimu 
Fames und her concert coinpaiiy, 30, under 
tliu illreelJon el Lois Hteers and Wynu Co- 
luati ; "Tho Hitllun of Sulu" 31. Nov. I, 

Hut.AHt'o (B. L, Saekutt, UUlMMTi.— -Thu 
Belasco Stuck Cu. did wry good hiislues-i 
week of Oct. Hi, in "Slim-Iuitu, or tbo Maid 
of Bath." "Prince Otlo" 23-28, und "Tbo 
Miiuxmuu" follows, 

mmpiiii; (G. L. Baker, manager), — "Why 
Women Slu" bud two capacity hoDMui 22. 
•'Horn Thome" 20 and week, "Tho Human 
Slave" follows. 

Hakkii'm (G. h. Baker, iuuiiager).--Fiil- 
(ua's Jolly Oral"! Widows opened well 22-2H. 
Tlio Slur Show Girls hud u good week be- 
ginning 15. Washington Soilety Glrlu 20 und 
week. Tlio Tiger Lllloa following weok, 

CI hand (J. If, liii'lclisnii, manager).- -• 
Madame Wnndu's truiipe uf ciliicjilcd cuai'li 
dugu, thu Mulcolmii, Fied 1'iirlnloii, Tlio", 
Meegun and company, SkliiitllicllI, Weston 
uud True, uud the HraiidlHcupc. 

Stak (J. II, Errli'ksou, inunuger). — 'TWi 
MeDonnld Trio, I,ola Fawn, U'lnfrcld l.eiuur, 
the Fredericks Family, Leonard uud ilernaid, 
Billy Durnut and the Murom-ope. 

Lruii! (Keating & Flood, managers). — Tho 
Lyric Stock Co. week of 23, In "Cnmllle." 

LiiiKliry (Kcalliig & Flood, managers) will 
bn opened nn a high clnss vaudevlllo lioui>> 
Oct. 30. The building ha.i been lu the huiidi 
of the earpunturu und decorators ulucu !), uud 
lu greatly ultcreil nnd Improved. 

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COLORADO. 



Mem pli Is.— At tho New Lyceum (Fruuk 
(iniv, leasee j "TJw collcgit widow" played 

lu S. II. O. Oct. 20. 21. I Is Jainee, 23, 21, 

had fulr busluesn. The Deuiueiallc Clu* night 
of 2o. "Babey In Toy land" 31, Nov. 1, Frank 
Daidelj ;;, 4. 

llorKl.W Gkai.d Otrr.UK llocNs (A. It. Mor- 
rison, uwMHr). — Atteiulniiee wei-l: of Oct 
S3 was good. The iirugrnmmo included : Fe- 
lix, Barry und Harry. Mosbur, Houghtou und 
.MoKbcr, Mudnin Emmy's pets, Mr. and Mrs. 
Walcrbouse. Muslcul Guoluiuiis, Harry Thom- 
son, N'laa Morris und company, und thu kino- 
drome. 

Btfoo (B. M. Htnltibncl.-, manager). — "Thi 
Funny Mr. Dooley," week of 23, played to 
the usual crowded houses. "York Mali 
iolk-s" rpi-Nov. l, Murripy iin-l Mnek Git. 



Di-iiviir.— At thu Ilrouduay ( E. F. J|.-- 
Court, manager) "Thu Prince uf PIIWH" 
packed the house Oct. 23-28. Wilton Lucku>ii 
30 and week. 

Tahhii RMAMn fE. ]'. Met'oiirt, manager i. 
- ."Holty-Tolly" bad good houses wis-k of 22. 
'"J'bu Girl from KayV 20 and week. 

OIirili.LMt (Martin Beck, general uiniui- 
tter).— Week of 23: 'flu Great hello, Lynn 
Wwrhcr, Fiedurlcl; Vollker, tlm Woudrrful 
Lltllipe. Lmtnn Finncls, Melville nnd Slnl- 
foii. Wizard Stone nnd liono Stone, In "Tlio 
Glcho of Detllh." Homa-n xnn packed. 

Cuiitis (Ad. It Pelliiii, tiiiiiiiigerl. — '"I hn 
Moonshiners" bad good houses 22-28. "Wv- 
riming" 20 nnd week. 

New Eiti'iiiB (J, R. Clirford, mnnngcri.-- 
The Idenli Fxlrnviiguiizii i.'o. had good 
fcnnwi 22-28. Sum Uevere'n ()wn Co. ::-.i 
ami week. 

Ni:w t'liiM a. tUn» Iril Adam:, upm-i- 



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THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



November 4, 



ONE of WILL ROSSITER'S "SUNNY SONG" "HITS." BEWARE of IMITATIONS ! 

Words and 
Music by 
W.R. 

WILLIAMS 

SUNG and PLATED more TODAY than any other 10 songs. DepL Store Publishers have an imitation; so beware. 

SLIDES, deposit $5.00. 0DB other "SUfiKY 8018" "HITS" are "I'l FEELIH' PIHB." "THE H4N WITH THG IIHQLE," "THEY'LL ALL BE 6L1D TO 8EE YOU," "A NICE Q1BL COULD DO WONDERS WITH IE '• 

"IN AFTER YEABS WHEN I AI OLD," "COME UNDER THE PALI-BOOM TBEE," "HOOLBY" (first Irish song hit In years.) 

Prof. Copies and Orchestrations FREE upon request and recent PROGRAM.' Address WILL RQ88ITER "SUNNY SOHC8." 225 Washington St., CHICA60, ILL. 




ger). — Week of 23 : Mamie It. f>e Oosch, 
Jones Bros., Mtclncr Bros., II. C. Sloan, T. 
Daly . Burgess, nnd Frank .Maltese and com- 
pany. Packed houses rule. 

New Nnvr.i.TV (Henry Luhelskl, mana- 
ger). — Week of 2.°.: Mnrllnelle Bros., May 
Allen, Mnyblu, Flora Wentworth, Harold 
Kelly, Chatham Hlslers, and Razkell. (iood 
houses rule. , 

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NEW YOIIK STATE. 



Baffalo. — At tho Stnr (T. C. Cornell, 
mnnager) Thomas Jefferson, In "Rip Van 
Winkle," Oct. 8U-Nov. 1: Alien Fischer 2-4, 
'•Babes In Toylnnd" fi-11. Maniln AilamH 
charmed thrones Inst week, In "Peter Pan," 
lit adviinccrt prices. 

Lycmum (J. Latiglilln. manager). — Oct. 
30 marks the opening of thn farewell week 
of a most successful Autumn nngogement of 
the Baldwin-Melville. Co., "Tho Lady of 
Lyons" helng thn drama. Tho first of thn 
Belnseo attractions week of Nov. M. "Quo 
A'ndls" did nicely last week. 

Siifa's. — This week': Truly Mint I nek nnd 
the City Girls, A. O. Duncan, Nlcholn Sis- 
ters, Foy and Clark, Musical Johnstons, 
lle'en Kelmer, Charles Herro, nnd tho J'n- 
cheo Family. Fine results last week. 

Lafayettb tC. M. Bngg, manager). — Tho 
Alcazar Rcnttllos and Mnrcel's Art Studies 
this week. Watson's Orientals next week. 
Dreamland Penmlei did splendidly. 

(jAitmsN. — Manager Me.VInlion offers this 
week the Parisian Widows. W. S. Clark's 
Jersey Iillins drew vnry good houses. 

TncK (P. C. Cornell, manager!. — Hide Fay, 
In "The Belle of Avenue A." this week. 
"Nancy Brown" next week. Mabel McKinlcy 
Inst week. 

Academy (P. C. Cornell, manager). — lit- 
tle Williams, In "My Tom-Boy Olrl," this 
wenk. . "The Flaming Arrow" proved Inter- 
esting nnd magnetic. Sunday night "pop" 
concerts are featured. 

Linn'3 Museum. — In curio hnll Grace G'l- 
hert Is still n potent card. In the theatrn 
are the Mnrncvs, and Lyons and White, in 
Illustrated songs. 

I i 

ItnolKMiter. — At tho Lyceum (M. E. 
WnllT, manager) "The Education of Mr. 
Plpp" fared well Ocl. 2.1. Marie Cahlll pre- 
Heated "Moonshine" In a large, and enthusi- 
astic nudlenee 21. The star has never ap- 
peared hero io better Advantage. The New 
York Thalia Yiddish Co., headed by Madame 
l.lpzln, bad good attendance 2r>, 2(1. Win. U. 
Crane played to Ihree largo nnd Immensely 
pleased nndlences 27, 2S, hi "An American 
lord." TIiouiah Jerrorsnu Nov. !l, 4. 

National (Max llurllg, tiuinnger). — The 
nays niniln.n dig hit Oct. 23-1SV, In "Down 
the Pike." Elllo Fay jilayed io ImmciiHe 
business 2A-0S, I.u "The BeJIe or Avenue A." 
Yorke nnd Adams .10-Nnv. ], Jessie Mac 
Hnll 2-4. 

Cook Orr.nA Ilnttst' (J. IT, Moore, mana- 
ger). — S. II. 0. business. Bill this week: 
Eight Vnssnr Olrls, Ihe Young American 
Oillntelle, SylvniiuK, Pallor and Holmes. 
Kelley and Yloletie, Hot-ninny'* dogs and 
cats, and the klneiogrnjdi. 

B.Miin (J. II. Moore, manager). — The 
Moore Stork Co. played to cnpiiclty last 
week In "Obi Heidelberg." Boiirniii Lytell 
i.i-ored heavily. Alex. Dale, Arthur Hut lodge 
and Idn Adair were well cast. "Thn Holy 
city" this week. 

Corinthian (II. C. Jacobs, manager). — 
The Troeudoro lliirlo.squcrs plavcd to lurge 
patronage Inst week... The Jersey Lilies Hur- 
li"S(|Uers Ce, tills wenk, 

colonial Hall (P. E.' Howe, mnnnger). 
— Tlio Fays, In magic, awed throngs last 
week. 



Nov. I, "I'udrt'nhend Wilson" 2, "On the 
Bridge at Midnight" 3, 4. 

Okimikum (Winner & Vincent, managers). 
— Bill week of IJO: Kvn WlllinmH and Jac 
Tucker, J. A. Murphy and Klolsc Wlilard, 
Rosemary Cilosz, Wnterbiiry Bros, nnd Tenny, 
Harper, Desmond nnd Ralley, Johnson's Imp- 
leucine (logs, ll'o Brothers, and the klneto- 
graph. 

Dewey Music Hall (Pavld Barry, man. 
ager). — Last week's bill packed thn house. 
Jtl.i wenk of 30: Calwell and Wentworth. 
Jessie Stnnlev. Grace Wallers, Harry nnd 
Dottle Knex, Ml'lnn Wilton. Snnford Sisters, 
the Clayton Trio nnd Flynn nnd McKay. 

Note. — Mnnagor Vincent reports good busi- 
ness at the vaudeville house at Reading, Pa. 
» 

Moliriieetndy. — At the Van Curler Opcni 
House (C. II. Benedict, menagrr), week of 
Oct. 23, International Stock, In repertory, 
drew good business. William II. Crane, In 
"An American Lord," did big business 24. 
Creston Clarke 30, John and Bmraa Ray 31, 
"Tho Yankee CounRel" Nor. 1, Nat M. Wills 
2, "The Fatal Wedding" 4. 

Mohawk (Joseph Weber, resident mana- 
ger). — Vaudeville this week: Delia Fox, 
Coin's pantomime dogs, Hteeley, Doty and 
Coe, (larler-Wnters corapnnv, Maxsmlth Duo, 
Olllelte Sisters, "Chalk" Saunders and ki- 
notogriiph. Amateur nights began Oct. 27, 
und will continue every Thursday. 

Elmlrn. — At the Lyceum (W. C. Smith, 
manager) Thomas Jefferson nppearcd in "Rip 
Van Winkle" Oct. 2d, to a largo audience. 
"Human Hearts" 28, International Stock Co. 
week of 30. Madame Mmljeskn Nov. 8. 

ItiAt.TO (P. W. McC'nnncll, manager). — 
Current: Cook and lirant, Cassel and .Col- 
linn, Smith nnd Chester, Raymond Merrltt, 
Snclle Brand, Mae Lawrence, Hlaltoscopn and 
Illustrated songs. Business coatlnues big. . 
♦.» 

NEW JERSEY. 



\cwork, — At the Newark (Lee Ottnlen- 
gul, mnnnger) Lulu Claser appeared In "Miss 
iwlly Dollars" week of Oct. 30. Raymond 
Hitchcock, in "Knsy Dawson," drew fairly 
gnod business last week. "The College 
Widow" next week. 

Emi-im: ill. M. Ilyatus, ninunger). — Bc- 
glnnlng 30, the Vaughn (ilaser Stock Co. will 
piny a four weeks' engagenieat here, open- 
ing* with "Wlieu We Wen Twenty-one." The 
company, besides Mr. (ilaser, includes: Fay 
Courtney, David M. Hartford. James Hester, 
Hiirrlsnu Ntotidrnitii, I^uils Stone, Theodora 
Johnston, Duncan Harris, Ous Forbes, Char- 
lotte Townseud, Marie llaager and Evn N. 
Poind. "The Climbers"' next week. Percy 
Hnswell played Yo Han admirably ln'"ThB 
Dnrllng of the Clods," week of 2,'l. 

PnocTon'a Tiikatuu (J. Austin Fyncs, gen- 
eral manager). — Tho current bill offers: 
K.-ilic Barry, Canfleld and Cnrloloii, Basque 
Ounrleitc, the .Yoscarrys, Tom Nnwn and 
company, Bnlloyand Austin, Leo Nino and 
Lurkln nnd Patterson. 

i ■> in; mhi.v (M. J. Jacobs, mnnnger). — 
Maurice Freeman. In "llenrts of Gold," tlio 
present week. Joseph Sanlley held fair at- 
tention lu "A Runaway Boy," Inst week. 
"Siliadov's of a flreat City" next week. 

Bi,a.m-:y'h (J. II. Bueken, manager). — N. 
R. Wood, lu "Lost In n Big City," this week. 
Selmn Herman received falrlv good attention 
in "Qnenn of thn Convicts," last week. Thos. 
E, Sliea, in repertory, next week. 

W.ii.iiMANN'H (W. S. Clark, manager).— 
The ICuropean Sensation Unrlesquers this 
week. The Bowery Biirlesiiuers received 
goml attention last week. AI. Reeves' Show 
next week. 



Allinnv - -At tho Euinlro (Frank Wil- 
liams, resident manager) win. II. Crane, in 
"The. American Lord," ploused u large audi- 
ence Oct. 23. Thomas Jefferson, In "Rip Van 
Winkle," 24, drew u crowded bouse. Dlgby 
Bell, in "The Kduciillou of Mr. Plpp," did 
well. Crrslon Clarke, In "Monsieur Bcau- 
cnlrn," had good business 27. Mario Ciihlll, 
In ."Moonshine," closed nu excellent week 28. 
■Shnmrock's Irish Hand Nov. 1. 

n.uiM.vNu.s Blegckkr Hall (II, R. Jacobs, 
inniingiu'). — "Marching Through Georgia, 
Oct. 2.1-25, scored heavily, and "Shcriock 
Holmes," which followed 20-28, lind good 
Houses. Johnny hnd' Fininii Ray, In "Down 
the. Pike." SO: "The . Filial Wedding" 31, 
Nut M. Wills Nov. I. 

I'iioi;tok!.s (Howard Orahnm. resident 
mnuaser). — Rill SM and week: llyam* and 
Mclnlyre, Trnus-Atlwutlc Four, Three KIM 
Sisters, Cnnkioy and Mcltrlde, Hacker and 
Lester Trio, Urnndnu and Wiley, I.us Mas 
Audoi's, Cline. ')'. Senuiii, and the moving 
pictures. 

Gaiety (II. It. Nichols, manager. — Rico 
It Hart mi's Gaiety Co. drew tine tnisliicsH all 
lnnt week. Wnldrnu'H Trocndero UiirlenqiierH 
30 and week. Jersey Lilies BurlcsquciH next 
week. Flection night, returns will bo given 
by special wire. Amateur ulghtx still nmnsc 
cio'wds at this theatre. 



Tri»y. — At Rand's Own House (II. T. 
Thoiiipioii, umnager) Dlgby Bell, lu "Tim 
Education of Mr. Plpp." drew a largo hotisu 
Oct. "29, Creslmi Clurke, 111 '.Muntleur Beau- 
enlro," had a 1'iilr house 2(1. Marie Cahlll, 
In "Moonshine." bnd big business 2*. "Unfits 
Rnstus" conu-s 30. "For His Brother's 
Sake" Nov. 1, "Tbe Yankee Cuiisid" 2, "Tlio 
Duke of Uuliilli" 3, "Frinii Rags to Riches" 

' Pno.-Ton'H (William II. Graham, resident 
tuniiiigi'r).-^-I!lg biisliiCKS last week, Bill 
\ve'<k of 30 : John T. Kelly ami cuiupany, 
'I'relonr unit, Tempest, Clarice Vance, Sulli- 
van and I'Asqiiclciin, Bellman and Moore, 
l..Hisoii SIkIitk, t:l!roy. Hayes and Mont- 
gomery, Howard and Bland. 

Lvccum . (AI. W. Froiuonf, ninunger). — 
'11i|h llieatrn lias been leased by Marlam 
Shelby mid will be reopened 30, with a stock 
ii>ni|niny. In "Tho Banker's Daughter." 

Rovai, (Wllliiini 11. Buck, tnmuiger). — Tlic 
'!ay .Miisipieritilers drew good Imiises Inst 
week. Rice »V llnrton's lllg (Jiilrlv Cn. week 
of SO. 



Pniersoii. — At tho Opera House (J. J. 
Goetchlus,- mnnnger i "Tho Sign of the 
Cross" played to good bouses Oct. 24, 25. 
"The Mayor of Toklo" liftd a fair house 20 
"The Sleeping Beauty and the Beast" drew 
good houses 27, 28. "The, Way of tho Trans- 
gressor" 30-Nuv. 1, Lewis Morrison 2, "Girls 
Will He Girls" 3, •!, Myrklc-Harder Stock Co. 
week of 0. 

Hi.iou (J. IT. Rowley, manager). — Williams 
& Burns' Imperials gave satisfaction, to 
crowded houses, Inst week. Avenue Glrla 
week or 30. Rellly & Wood Co. follows. 

ic.Mi'iiti: (A. M. Rrnggomnn, nuiuiiger).— 
From present Indications, ibis house will do 
u largo business, opening week of Oct. St), 
with: Twelve Navajo Olrls, Monroe, Mack 
mid Lawrence, Trovollo, May mo Remington 
n ml her Buster Browns, Jane Courthopo nnd 
company, Alf. Grant ami Kthel Hong, tho 
Van Aukeutt, Inness anil Ilvuu, nud kincto- 
grniih, 

I'Axilt (Slorrls k Slmnts, managers).— 
IUiKlnesH Inst week wits good. BUI week of 
HO : Omar Singh, Lillian Bender, thn Two 
Keuffs, Maurice Biirkhnrt, Fvnus und Kvnns, 
und uiovlng iilctures, 

I 

Trenton. — At ihu Tuylor Opera House 
(Montgomery Moses, mutingcr) Primrose's' 
Minstrels, Oct. 21, played to good business. 
Klehurd Carlo 28, "tilrls Will Be Girls" 30, 
Mabel McKinley Nov. 4, Viola Allen 7, Joe 
Welter's Stock Co. H Alice Fischer 11. 

State Stiieet (Frank Suallors, uianngcr). 
— "Mure Io Be HUM Than Scorned," Oct. 
23, 24, pleased guotl sized houses. "Tho 
Shadow Behind the Throne," 25. had satis- 
factory business. "W'edilisl and Parted," 2tl- 
2.S, did well. "Shadows of a (treat City" 80V 
Nov. I, "A Slave of tlio Mill" 2, Lewis Morri- 
son 3. 4.. 

Thext (Edward Renton, manager). — The 
Minna Adeluinu company was added to last 
week's hill. Business wns good. BUI for 30 
and week: Arthur Dunu ami company, Carlln 
and Otto, Rialto, Caroa ami Kiirnum, World 
Comedy Four, V. p. Woodward, Five Society 
Belles mid the blogntpli. 



IKIen,— At the Majestic (Sbnbert Bros., 
inaimgers) "A Romance of Coon llolluw" did 
well Ocl. 23. 'Tlio Eiliicntlon of Mr. l'lnp" 
llllefl 111:' bouse 24. William II. Crane pncKeil 
Hie bouse 85. Marie Calilll pleased ii large 
ntulb'nco 20. ."Too Proud to Beg'' did well 
27, 28. "Slaves of tbe Mill" 30, Creslon 
Clarke 31, Ernest Hogan, In "Hufns Rastus," 



Jcrnvy Clly. — N, s. Wood is as great a 
favorite us In years gnue by. Excellent busi- 
ness prevailed nt the Acitdeniv during Ida 
stay, with "Lost In a Big Clly." Oct. 2.1-2S. 
"i, 'tis Will Be Girls" met with fair results 
at tbe Ill.lon. The Htgli School Girls wero 
well patronized nt tho Bon Ton. 

APAPKMY (F. 10. Henderson, manager).— 
Thfs. i: Shea. Under Nlxou & Zlinmerm.in, 
week of no. "In New York Town" follows. 

Hliou (J. W. Holmes, proprietor). — Week 
of :;o. Reorgle Mack. In "Tracked Around 
the World;" Mabel MrKlnlcy follows. 

Hon Ton IT, W. Dlnkliia, mnnnger).— 
Williams ft Burns' Imperial Btirlesquers 
week of 30. The Avenue Olrls follow. 

Notks. — H. k. Hogan, business manager 



at the BIJou, died morning of 20, nt his resi- 
dence, from locomotor ataxy. 

iloitokeii — At the Lyric (II. P. Soulier, 
manager) business has kept np to the stand- 
ard. Anne Blanche, In "I-Tphllng Fate," Oct. 
20-Nov. 1 ; "The Curse of Drink" 2-4, "The 
i J ueen or tiie Highbinders" 6-8, "The Great 
Jewel Itobbery" ii-11. 

Fmpise (A. M. Bmggemnnn, proprietor). 
— For wenk of Oct. 30: Shean nnd Warren, 
Geo. II. Wood, Ellsworth and Burt, Lnvalle 
Trio, Lcroy and Woodford, Smith nnd Baker, 
nnd thn second week of Miller's elephants. 
Business keeps up to the mark.. 

♦ »♦ 

MINNESOTA. 



RAGING. 

Queens Co. Jockey Club 

AQIKnitT. 
Long Island n. H. 34th H . Ferry , 



St. Pnnl. — At. the Metropolitan Opern 
House, F.tbel Barrvmore bail big business 
Ocl. 13-26. "Tim Sho-Onn," 20-28. camo to 
good business. "The Crossing" 211-Nov. 1, 
'•Home Folks" 2-4, "In the Bishop's Car- 
riage" wenk of fi. 

ORAM) (T. I* Hays, manager). — "Texas" 
was played to large and well pleosnd audi- 
enees Inst week. "The Show (Ilrl" this week. 
"Hap" Ward. In "The Grnrtnr," fi-U. 

ST.in (J. C. Van Roo, manager;. — Business 
wns good with Miner's Merry Burlnsquers 
Inst .track. Thn Thoroughbreds this week. 
Broadway Galetv Girls nexr. 

Orpiikiisi (Chas. Frerck, manngnr). — Busi- 
ness was fair week of Oct. 23. New facnR 
for week of 30: Crimmons nnd Mack, Anna 
Lunborg, Gertie Stephens, Flo Lyln, Charles 
l.eilcgar, Viola Hamilton and E.ilsnn motion 
pictures. Holding over: Tbcmsn Kemp, Bon- 
nie Vonnin, Dot Harrison and William J. 
Wells. 

EJirir.il f A. Wnlnhol7.er. manager). — Busi- 
ness quiet week of 23. Thn same people for 
week of SO. 

Mention. — The building inspector has 
passed upon thn plans of dm new Orpheum 
Theatre, whirh is Io be built at the corner 
of St. Peter and Market Streets, by the Or- 
pheum Circuit Co., and tbe plans bnve been 
forwarded to the company's genernl offices 
for final consideration. The theatre will be 
modeled nfter the Minneapolis Orpbeom, but 
will differ from that In that it will bo wider 
nnd not qulle so deep. The building Is Io 
have a rotunda entrance at Fifth and St. 
Peter Streets, ,ind exits on Fifth and Market 
Streets, and also in an alloy on the north 
side of the theatre. As the site and plans 
have now lienn settled, work will soon com- 
mence Tho architects are working on 

the plans of the Auditorium, to be nrnctetl 
only a little over a block away from the new 
Orpheum. These structures, together with 
Hie (irnnd, near by, will make this part of 
the clly n theatrical cenlre. 

Miiinnnpnlln. — At Urn Metropolitan Opera 
noitse (L. N, Scott, manager) "Home Folks" 
tint. 20-Nov. 1 : "The Crossing" 2-1, "Tho 
School Girl" r, nnd week. 

Hliou Oprba House (T. L. nays, mana- 
ger). — "Texas" Inst week. "Tho Show Girl" 
t> anil week. 

Orpheum (Martin Beck, general mana- 
ger). — Bill this week: Alllnei's nciobatle 
animals, ('has. Leonard Fleicher, Stella Lee, 
Zastell and Vninon Co., Harry and Kate Jack- 
son. Redford and WTnehesier, Four Emperors 
of Music nnd the klnndrnaic. 

Lyceum (W. W. Ely, mannger). — Bill this 
week : Tnhylo. Pntsny Doyln, M'lle Vlda, 
Chas. Laird. Powers nad Theobald, Maude 
Rockwell, Bates nud Ernest, Yale Trio, Illus- 
trated song nnd mm ion pictures. 

Dkwey (,M. H. Singer, manager). — Miner's 
Merry Makers this week. The Thorough- 
breds -3 nnd week. 

Unique (John Elliott, mnnnger). — Bill 
this week : Bander Lnvellc Trio. Clark'n dog 
nud pony circus, Cni-roHon and Hodges. Rose 
nnd Ellis, Hanvcy and Doane, Dutch Walton, 
comedian: Harold Beckrow and Herman la 
Fleur, und latest moving pictures, 
■ ■ 

DuliiOi. — At the Lyceum (C. A. Marsh- 
all, mnnnger), Oct. 24. 25, and matinee, 
"San Toy" was the attraction, to fair busi- 
ness. "Texas." 21, hod fair business. Due: 
"Tho Show Girl" 28, Dan Sully 30, pictnrcs 
of the Nelson and Brltt fight Nov. 1, Ade- 
laide Thurston 2, "The School Girl" ii, 4. 

HflMnum (W. H. Lougstreet, mana- 
ger.). — Tho Parisian Belles Exlravagauz.a 
Co. turned people away Oct 23, and busi- 
ness was to the capacity for the week. Tho 
Loudon Gaiety Girls .'SO and week. 

Ni.w Bijou Theatre (Joe Multlnnd, man- 
ger). — This house will open Its doors .'id, 
nrcsenl lug high class vaudeville. 'Hie opeu- 
Ing bill Includes: The Four Imperial Russian 
Whirlwind Dunccrs, Klralfo, juggler; tho 
Three D'h, Mario Lawrence, prima donun : 
Miller Bros.' diorama, L. O. Wkltlicr, bari- 
tone vocalist: Idu Jagersuu, pianist; Joe 
MiClelliio, Illustrated songs and moving pic- 
tnrcs. J. M. Nash, general manager of the 
niltillgitiualed theatres of tho circuit, is lu 
the city, nud will ruuialu until the opening, 
after which bo will leave fur Wlnuliteg. Can., 
to superintend the cousl ruction of unothcr 
new theatre In that city. 



««♦ 



TEXAS. 

Ft. Worth. — At Greenwall's 0|)cra House 
(1*. \V. Greenwiili. manager) "McFadden's 
Flats" had a good liouse Oct. It). "Uncle 
Josh Perkins," 21, bad fair business. She- 
Paul's moving pictures, 23, 24, did well. 
•Tho Liberty Belles" 25. "Wbeu Johnny 
Cuiiies Marching Home" 27, " "Way Down 
East" 30. Loralne Stock Co. 31, "Tho 
Rivals" Nov. 2, (!r«u Vaudeville Co. 3, 
louts James 4-7. "Holly Tolty" S, vaude- 
ville A AI il. Field's Minstrels 10. 11. 

CROWN (Muse Epstein, ninunger). — 
"Smith's Troubles" wns the curtain raiser 
week of 23. People : Marguerite Burkbardt, 
Great Bunkerr, Hose B. Mitchell. Thelhia 
Holmes, Din and Jesslo Randall, Kitty 
Berry. Hazel Perry, Alvln Dashlngton anil 
Jim Wolfe. New pictures, by tho Crownn- 
Bcepn. Business Is good. 

Stanparp (Mrs. M. Do Bcqne, manager). 
—"The Grafter." by the stock, week of 2S 
In the olio: Rose Mendel. Phil Klngsler, 
Pearl iHlmore, Jas. Thompson, Ethel RubscIi 
Debby Ridding. Lulu De Mar, Letlle Col- 
ton, Tom Fey, Beavers and Quncnlo, Little 
Hot, Fay Delmar, J. E. N. and Georgio 
Powers, and Lulu Lnwlnn. New pictures 
by the blograph. Ruslness Is heavy. 

Staji (E. N. Dinwiddle, manager).— Set- - 
mour and Blanchnrd's melodrama, "Captain 
liidtl," week of 23. Tlio olio; Chas. end 



Hatiie Venller, Chas. Clark and Tessle Em- 
mons, Clara Uuntoon, Carl Copeland, Jos. W. 
Holland, Seymour nnd Rjancharri, Harry 
Steele, May Hunter, Lizzie Baker and the 
klnodrome pictures. Business ta booming. 

Notes. — The (Inskltl Carnival Co. opened 

week of 23, to big business Campbell 

Bros." Circus, 24, 25, drew good business. . . . 
Forepaugh-Snlls' Circus conies 20. 
■ 

Houston. — At the Houston (M. C. Mi- 
ehea.s, manager) the Jeffersons, In "The 
Rivals," Oct. 20, had two big nnd delighted 
houses. A. II. Wilson, who canceled his en- 
gagement, 10, on nceount of a sore throat, 
nnd moved Ills date to 2.1, 24, appeared, nnd 
had two immense housna. In "The German 
Gypsy." " 'Way Down East," 25. had two 
mWU houses, "Over Niagara Falls" 28, 
Louis James 30. 

Standard (Alvldo & Lasseire, managers J. 
— Business Is fair. Tbe old faces arc Mill 
retained. 

The Gaskili, Co. has entire charge of the 
attractions to be furnished for the Not Sti 
Ob carnival, Nov. 13-20. Felton, the diver, 
and the Palais De La Morte, n European sen- 
sation, have heenn added to the nlready long 
list: of novelties. 

Note. — The Interstate Amusement Co. 
has its beautiful little theatre In readiness 
for opening Nov. 20. The company was to 
have opened 13, but dirt not des're to an- 
tagonize the homo people In opposition to thn 
carnival shows. 

«» » 
NEBnASKA. 



Omaha.— -At Boyd's (W. J. Burgess, man- 
agi"). — Tim Murphy Oct. 29-Nov. 1. "The 
She-Gun" 2-1, Wilton Lnckayc (V7. "Home 
Folks" did fair business Oct. 22-24. May 
lrv/ln lind good houses 2.", 2)1. "Mrs. Lef- 
flngwell's Boots" drew fair audiences 27, 28. 

Bui-wood (W. J. Burgess, manager). — 
The Woodward Slock Co. presented 'The 
Lost Pnraillsc" week of 22, to large busi- 
ness. Weak of 20, "The Little Minister." 

KRro (C. S. Breed, manugerj .—"Happy 
Hooligan" 20-Nov. 1, "Yon Yonson" 2-4. 
"The Volunteer Organist" fi, 0, Hownrd 
Hnll 7. S, "Texas" Oil. "The Rajah of 
Bhnng" did fair business Ocl 22-25. "A 
Wife's Secret" had good houses 20-2S. 

OnriiEt'ii (Martin Heck, general manager). 
— Business week of 22 was good. BUI week 
of 2!) : Eva Westcott-nnd company, EiL How- 
nrd and Frank Norlh. Troha. Hnlrorab, Curtis 
and Webb, Buckner, Dan Qniulnn and Keliar 
Mack, Whistling' Tom-Brown and klnodrome 

Novelty (1*. if. Mnlland, mnnagor). — Week 
of 20 : Le Roy Walthnm nnd company, Young 
and Scott. Mae Del May. Billy King and 
Sadie Hart. John I.. Sullivan and sparring 
partner. McCormlck, will be the lop liners 
next week. Business Is good. 

♦ «♦ • 

KENTUCKY. 



Louisville — At Macaulcy's (J. T. Ma- 
eauley, manager! Alice Fischer came Oct 2:5- 
25, to good business. Alberta Gallatin, 20- 
2R, had excellent attendance. The Eternal 
Clly" 30-N'ov. I, "Plflt! PnffM Pout!!!" 2-4. 

.Masonic (C. A. Shaw, manager). — "Lovers 
and Lunatics," week of 23, was one of the 
liest musical. comedies seen at this playhouse 
this season. Mnyme Gehrue made a djstiuct 
kit,'- and Johnny Ford also scored heavily 
George Sidney 30 nnd week. 

Avenvb (C. A. Shaw, manager). — "The 
Boy Behind the Gun," week of 22, attracted 
tremendously big houses at every perform- 
ance. Harry Clay Hlaaey and Klttv Wolfe 
made decided hits. "Tho House of Mystery" 
20 and week. 

Buckingham (Whnllen Bros., managers). 
— Tbe Dainty Pa roc Extravaganza Co., week 
of 22, gave a good performance, to crowded 
houses. Fay Foster Bunesquc Co. 20 and 
week. 

HoritiNS' (Wm. Rclchman. manager). — 
flee week of 20 : Lillian Biirkhardt. Maztiz 
and Mnzelle, Knight Bros, nnd Sawtnlle, 
Sbepp's dogs aud ponies. Joo Newman, 
Blanche Sharp, l^cw Wells, nnd tho klno- 
drome. 

<i» 
WE ST AIRGl XLt. 

Wiu't-Hiiir — At the Court (E B. Franz- 
heitu, manager) "Qulncy Adams Sawyer," 
Oct. 23-25. hud good returns. " 'Way Down 
Last." 27, drew big return*. "Buster 
Brown" 80, Otis Skluucr 31. 

Grand Opera Hoivse (Chas. A. Feinlcr, 
mnnnger). — "When the World Sleeps," 23- 
25. bn J good business. "Big Hearted Jiui," 
H . 12 , 8 '. .."«■*• very well. "Rudolph and 
Adulph" 30-J\ov. 1, "Tho Eleventh LTour" 

liijou in. . W. Rogers, manocer).— This 
new family theatre will open So. It will 
be devoted to vaiul:v!lle. at popular prices. 
The seating causjclt; will be 350, and per- 
formances will lie given dally.. afternoon und 
evening. Hill for week of.JIU: Master Harry 
Sa'x, child clog dancer: II. Sartella, Euro- 
pean novelty net; the Great Two nud One- 
half Do Grcaus, Eluma Conley, ilustrated 
sougs, nnd the moving pictures. 

Note.— Wm Bowers, treasurer of the 
Court Tlientre, who wbb operated on, Is 
getting along In Urst clusa shape, and will 
be able to leave tho hospital uext week. 

v • ' « 

ALABAMA. 

Mobile. — At the Mobile (J. Tannenbaom, 
mannger) the season was opened by the AI 
0. Field Minstrels, to capacity business, Oct 
20, 21. Hundreds were turned awav. This 
season's sbow is Mr. Field's best effort "Tbe 
College Widow" 27, 28. 

Notes. — Mobile wns visited, bv the second 
frost of the Fall senson morning of 22. It 
Is said by those In position to know, that 
any danger of yellow fever In practically over 
and Mobile, after untiring efforts, has sue-' 
ceeeded In keeping out the drend disease, 
♦♦♦ 

Jtmits B. Booth la starring through the 
English provinces, „ 



What One of toe Leading 
New York Dailies Says of 

MACY'S. 

"There are so many notable 
features of the Fall Opening at 
Macy's that it is almost in- 
vidious to make selections for 
special comment The Fall 
show of Gowns, Wraps and 
Millinery attracts the admiring 
attention of thousands of dis- 
criminating shoppers. 

"Nowhere in New York 
can so many exclusive de- 
signs in articles of wearing 
apparel for ladies he found. 

"The display is so exten- 
sive that it seems marvelous 
that one establishment could 
have found it profitable to ac- 
cumulate such an enormous 
stock. * ****** 
"There are stores nnd stores, 
liiif there is only one Macy 
store, and having seen Mai-v's 
the visitor has seen all worth 
seeing in the great depart- 
ment stores of New York/' 

R. H. MACY & CO., 

Broadway 3*.h8,r..t,| 

Sixth Ave, 35th Street, \ aDft *""*• 



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exchanged. Bargains. Studio for Him and slide 
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WASTED, good, useful, solter Medicine Peo- 
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WANTED. PIANO PLaYER AND DRA- 
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pay jou own. Add , B. P. DEL&NEY, The Winning 
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Mich. , 4; Rensselaer, lml.,7; Monon, lnd.,8. 

WANTED— Yonng Lady Partner wltli brains, 
good singer and dancer or musical ability, to join 
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FOR SALE, Great Box Mystery, $20: Silent 
Second Sight Act.SIS; Animated Drawing Illusion 
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TRIGGER, aroTt hAVE., N. Y., nearflraiiil 

Opera House, has auction lot Theatrical CoBttimes. 
Indians, f radiators, Trunk, Tights, sacrificed. 



SKETCHES, Etc., Written to Order. AI work 
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WANTJCD-Oolorcd Ladles, High Soprano 
Singers: al30 gooil Dancers. Must be abantlv 
ladies; fornexlsoa»on. Address & WILLB"OWN, 
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WAtfTtSD, AI PIANO PLAYER, TOOSO 

Juvenile Leading Woman, flood (jencral Business 
Woman with go id specialties, UBCfnl man fnr 
repertoire wltli speclalUos. Must Join receipt 
ot wire, No tares to >t i lingers. RALPH PRESTON, 
ca re of Preston Slock Co., Oakland, Md, 

A BARGAIN FOR SOMEOMC - Ouo 

Hiving Picture Machine, 300 or 400tt ot Pic- 
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lot, cash with order. MRS. OCNN10N, 
283 X. Mulberry st . Lancaster Pa. 



WANTED— A flood Sketch Team; ncatnew, 
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SKETCHES, TRAVESTIES. Burlesques, etc., 
writt»n to order. Only the best original work fur- 
nished to professionals. Jos. Kershaw, SJu Button- 
wood St., rtlila, 

RIDR8IIOW MEN-A big »2M Working 
Wuwl Mechanical show for *7»; Mnseum of 
Anatomy, IS One atibjects, »25; Devil Child. Pig 
Chlul, 2 Bead Ulaot and lots ot other stnif half 
price. List free. WM. NELSO.V, 

8 Van Norden St.. No. Cambridge, Mass. 



Frank Bosiock was badly lacerated bi _n 
i.ou at a performance In Paris, Fr., Oct *<i 
and was rendered unconscious, . . — • 



NOVEMBER 4.' 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER.* 



m 



mill 



The Touch of Time. 

Baby, Close Dem 
Coal Black Shiny 
Eyes. 

Madge and I. 

Sing Me a Song of 
Ireland. 

I'm Longing for You, 
Honey. 

When You Are 

Absent, Dear. 



Mother's Lullaby. 

I'll Come Back to the 
Cot by the Sea. 





Now Being Specially Featured by 

MISS ADELE RITCHIE, 
MR. R. J. JOSE, 

MR. SPENSER KELLY. 



NEW YORK MUSIC PUB. HOUSE, 



On a Paper and a 
Comb. 



Beat It While Your 
Shoes Are Good. 



Say "Yes," Honey, 
Do. 



M 



On the Banks of the 
Tennessee. 



HERBERT H. TAYLOR, Proprietor, 
.24 E. 21 ST., XtfESIWr 



I'm Longing to Meet 
You Again, Louise. 

Stolen Roses. 

Beside the River Lee, 

In the Dear Old 
Long Ago. 



THEATRICAL HOTELS 



and 



BOARDING HOUSES. 



Wabash A Madison, CHICAGO. 
O. 0. Vaughan, Prop. Strictly 
American Flan, $8-18 .Ingle; 



uUHilRLnlBL *± 

t7-12 double. VandeTlUe patronage Invited. 



HP VT'S El'HOPE AN HOTEL., 148 Dearborn 
hi. and OXFORD HotEL, Canal and Adams. Rates 
a profession. FRANK HUNT, Prop., CHICAGO. 

PALACE HOTEL. 101 N. Clark St., Chicago. 
European, $3 per week; with private bath, $7. 
TartrMi Bath, too. H. B. HUMPHREY, Prop. 

Hotel Rexfor d 

BOLFINCH PLACE, 

BOSXON, MASS. 

FIREPROOF. EUROPEAN. 
tlegantlj furnished Btenm heated rooms, hot and 
'-old water, six baths on each floor, free to guest*. 
Near theatres. 

ROOMS 75 CErTTS A DAY, 

43.00 A WEEK AND UP. 



HOTEL EUCLID, Buffalo.N.Y. European,$2.50 

Per we ek and up. Two blocks from all theatres . 

PRVUEfnTIAL. HOTEL, 44 and 48 Bank St., 
Newark, N. J. H. A. ORBENLAN1), Prop. 
European and American Plan. Fi ne Rooms. 

TRAFALGAR, 116-117 E.14, N.T., nr. Keith's, 
Acad.' of Music, Dewey. Rooms soc, 76c., $1, 
tUOdaj; ta.50to$8week.W.D.IlAj;NIQAJ<,Prop . 

CLABENDUN HOTEL. f^SSSSJSSi 
BlOLEY.tJENNINriS, Props. 
If. Clark St. , cor. Ontario, Chicago. 

Hfttea , so, 76 ana $1 per day. $2 t o $8 per week . 

CITY HOTEL, 16th and State Su., Chicago. 
AMERICAN, $2.00 A ]>AY-$8.00 A WEEK. 

EUROPEAN, $3.00 A WEEK AND UP. 



FOR TOLEDO, Ohio 

MERCHANTS* HOTEL. 

Theatrical Rates: Am., $1.00, and Eup., £00. 

QOOD SERVIL'Ea THltOUGHODT. 

HOTEL ST. DENIS, lSe-lM West Market St., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Convenient to all theatres. 
tieHt Utile Hotel In Indianapolis. Actors' Kates. 



PEaMERS, 11TESTIUS ! 

When In New York stop at the real place, 

HOTEL STURTEVANT 

l D7-I - 1 w . 33 tn Ht . , near Broadway, 
NltW YORK. 

Rooms by day or week. Convenient to all thea- 
tres and depots. ». A. oilman. 



FILMS! FILMS! 

OUTFIT No. lfJO. 

1 LITFIIN, 1905. COMJIIN'ATIOX MOV1NC, 
l'JCTUKK AND STEIIKOPTICON, electric 
and calcium burners, rheostat, wire, carbons, 
linn's, sheet, two size lenses, long and short 
distances, about fiOOft. of lllm, two sets of 
song slides, sll packed in n trunk rend.v for 
use, cost n«-w, n few weeks nuo, $'jr,0.on. 
Our price, £110.00. Kent for examination 
on receipt of $10.00. 

Ol'TFIT No. 20O. 
1 EDISON lUntOVKD COMBINATION, 
electric and calcium burners, rlieostat. wire, 
carbons sheet, limes. 800ft. of lllm, two sets 
of song slides, packed in a trunk. Cost, new, 
$2WUH>. Our price. SUO.OO. Sent for exam 
inntion on receipt of $10.0*1, 

OITKIT So. 2R0. 

i nornLTi mssolyixo stuiif:optico>j, 

'A i-nlclum Jetj, dissolving keys with 'J'/j wlzo 
French Dnrliit lenses, 140 colored slides of 
St. Louis World's Fair, sheet. 1 bos of limes, 
nil complete, cost, new, SSSUM). Our price. 
S80.0O. JJent for exnnilnailon on receipt of 
f&ML 

OUTFIT No. 300. 
1 RINGI.B (flVKKOFTICOX. electric and 
calcium burners, rbeostal. wire, sheet, 110 
colored slides St. Louis World'* Kail-, com- 
plete with llrues and carbons, cost, new, 
S100.00. Our price. $oO.OO. Sent for exrtm- 
inailon on receipt of $5.00. 

1 EIIISON i:\lVHRSAI., Willi about 1,200 

.feet of lllm and lot of slides, oxylltbc pas 

making outfit, cost, new. $500.00. Our price, 

$2.">ll.OO. 1 rr-ol of Him of about POOft., 

$.'10.00. Sent for examination on receipt of 

HARSTN & CO.. 138 E. 14th St., New York. N Y. 

TBI... IMia ORAM. 

Just ask some or yonr net or 
Irieods what lliey think of 
JIAIMSOVH BUDGET. 
ir ilit'V dou't unanimously 
declare it the "licstever" It's 
u sale lost. I'm willing to lei 
my reputation rest on my 
latest Isnue-MAniSON't) 
BIIDGKT No. 10 — Just 
Please picture a inagnltlclent book ot too 
pages jauimed full ot Hnest comedy materinl 
intended for gilt-edge vaudeville performers' 
nse. It contains SB great parodlo?, o excellem 
monologuos, * sketches for two males, 4 
sketches for male and female, new Sidewalk Con- 
versations, ;i roaring commute banewraea, new 
sketch for two females, hundreds ot new Hebrew, 
Irish, Dutch und blsckrace gags— everything new, 
everything tirlghr, everything original. Price, 
only ONE DOLLAR FEU COPY. Back num- 
bers out of print except H0DGET8 3, 7 and 8: will 
send any 2 for $1.60, a for $2, or BUIxiETS a, 7, 
s and 10 lor $100. 

L. •!. K. HF.IL, 
1404 Third Avenue, Sew York. 

(AQenifor Jawex Natllxnn.) 




PASTOR'S THEATRE 

THIS WEEK. 



FRATI'HING THE I. U I.I1A Ol.f fOO\ SOMCJ, 




I 



and 



ALLUS DE SAME 
IN DIXIE. 



^W^KTESrK 



Fon 



SAY 



CALL.— ADAMS THEATRE. W. SENECA, 
N. Y, Wanted at all times, Sketch Teams, Novelty 
Acts. Single Ladles, to write for open time. No 
Sunday work, no matinees; Ave miles on street 
'■nr from Huflalo. Address bi: KOTA. .Manager. 

WANTED AT ALL TIDIES, LIGHT 

Sketch or Bister Teams and Single Ladles, must 
■lance some; also Vocalists who have Slides. Ka* y 
place. ML Mat. All write. JAS. 0. HARRY, 
Manager* Mtzpuh Garden, Ottawa, III. 



HOW TO START IN SHOW BUSINESS. 

(Copyright!, 3 different books, loo. All kinds acts, 
WUKPtfET'S SCHOOL. 837 N. 12th St, Fhlla., Pa. 



SIDESHO W MEN-Ont) Chinese Devil Dragon 
and 8xio Painting. $:i."i. The last one. It's the 
ureatcst platform, tent or store show attraction 
on ear. h List free. WH. NELSON, 
8 Von Norden 8f», No. Cambridge, Mass. 



MOVING PICTURE MEN, LOOK I 

Wanted, man with 2,000 or 8,oooft. of Film. Wo 
furnish machine and pay all expenses. Write 
your lowest possible terms at once. CHAS. 
KHERSON, General Delivery, Sew Haven, Ct. 



AUCTION BALK.-I will sell the Ohlcien 
Thief, Life of American Fireman, Drama in Mtd- 
Air, Seven Ag«s, How the Cop Fooled theSergeanr, 
Shaving On Bowery, uud Fireworks; very good 
condition, Bllghtly used, to the highest bidder. Send 
yonr bids In before next i'sne of GLIPfhR. 
1). Q KFFNEIt, 146 Second Ave., >'. V. 

SHOW MOM TO SELL-OOftTll. T., SOft. 
It. T., side wall, poles, complete to both; Monkey, 
pair trained Doves, o trained Dogs, props, for all; 
nillhnrn organ, sideshow banners, plalforraB, stere- 
■iptlcon. mnmmtes, large gasoline stovo. LIbL 
u. B. OOWELL, SUndlsb, Mlotl. 



OHIQINAL PARODY, MOLLY 0, 1 Verses 
and Choruses, joe and postage. 

C080ROVE, care of CLirPKIt, X. T. 



' ENGAGEMENT wanted at oneo by Two 
Citver Oirls, ages 9 and in. Clever Amatenr Sing- 
ers and Dancers. Mother wishes to Join also. 
Itcilablo Mgrn. wanting clever talent, add. Prof. 
lUyno's School. 214 W.Ohio St., Indianapolis. Im" 



LIT II 08, one cent each; Faust and Melodra- 
matic Paper. • Send 20 cents for samples. JOHN 
tiOHDON, K. W, cor. Sth and Walnut, Fhlla., Pa. 

AT LIBERTY— For Ladles' Orchestra or 
t'haracters In stock or rep. »pccialtle>,\'loloncello 
Solos and Illustrated Songs. Furnl-n slides. South 
preferred. Join on wire. Reliable co'a only. 
LA I'll A MfPROPD, Farmland, Ind. 



AT LIBERTY, MILT ALLEN, Irish Sing- 
ing and Talking Comedian, and Eccentric Straight 
•>r Comedy In Acts. Finy organ or piano; good 
fakir, overtures, etc. Ticket. Chnstlansbnrg, 
Montgomery County, Vft. L., Box 198, 



out. 



WANTED. 

REPERTOIRE PEOPLE 

IN ALL LINES. 

THOSE DOUBLING URASS PREFERRED. 

PIANO PLATER Z^Z 

mUolblAriO ORCHESTRA. 

filoversvllle. week Oct. £0; Wntcrtown, N. Y., week 
Sov. *. JAM8S R. WAIT K, Walte's Comedy Co. 



II 111 

UNION STAGE CARPENTER, 

TENOR SOLOIST 

AND TROMBONE BAND AND ORCHESlRA. 

Address as per route. 

gjHirnnn h. bicaby, 

MUSICAL BARGAINS. 

Novelty Inst, for two $'35, now; Mailmba, sort. 
Cliroiu., Rosewood (low C), $30, 8. II.; Tubaphoue. 
13 notes, $lo; one -'■ Oet. Chrom. $21, now and 
line new i|UHllty ot tone; '-'o cote Lyre, it elcc. 
Igbt.. nlckle front, $4.'., new; ft Crickets (lleagan), 
$10; I'/, Ocl. Chrom. (imig llelN. $!.'.; 21 Aluminum 
ulitmes and Rack, never used, s;». (/'atalog of 
Musical Jlells and Novelles. Stam]i Tor reply. 
EDWIN R. STItfcET, 
U Bro ok SLj Hartford, Conn. 

WANTED, FOR THE 

HUNT STOCK GO. 

Quick, an experienced man for General Ititsliiess, 
with Specialties, .stale your very lowest salary In 
your first letter. Management pays hoard and 
traveling; expenses. Wire or write as per route. 
IT. A. ntJNT, Wyandotte, Mleli., Nov.S-Cj Mon- 
roe, Mic h., Nov. tl-11. 

JAMES G. EVA 
SHEEHAN.RUNNALS, 



WANTED, 

GOOD TRAMP COMEDIAN, 

ALSO GOOD lllfill IMRI TOIE FOR SMALL PART. 

Can Use at All Times Good Faroe-Comedy People. 

QUS HILL, 1358 Broadway, New York, 



AT LIBEHIY, 



LEO. DALE INGBAHAM, Leading Woman, 

ROOM K STB M, IND. 




Muglclan. Jnggler, Dancer and Silent wanted, 
that do several specialties and chuuge often. 

PIANO PUAYER 
That can slug nnd work In acts. Sttte salary and 
all you do. U'her useful people, write 

XATCKE'S REMEDY CO.. P 



Plilladelplila, l'a. 



WANiED, FOR MUSICAL COMEDY 

Al lieiivy Maii,tnustli0tall;3.nnd |i. Soubrcttuwlio 
can act, to feitture; S. and I). Cnmedlnn. Charac- 
t r Man and Woman, M Chorus Oirls who sing, 
Stage Manager who cun produce musical num- 
bers. Emily lieaupro call and return purl. 
Afldrcss WM. 'BEYHOCII. 

Adler'B Hall, M West 42d St., N. T. 



All kluils wanted, for Knrope and America. Also 
acts want.-O for Election Eve. Write i r call ntter- 
noom (Vaudeville Department) KAP1IAN TIIEAT- 
l;le:A L,sY^^I)I('AT^:.;c'311^roBdway(|^.'tl^8t■),».^\^ • 

WASTED, CLEVEB ABATEOB. 

Either lady or gent, with small amount of money. 
Mtock Co. ' Addres* A. C. OXFORD, 
, 602 WeBt 184th St., Sew Yurk. 

tlT.VPFTI Leadir.g Man to Direct, and Qeii. 
TTflrJ lIiU""'i:ii Woman, also Plaulsi; mast 
Read and Fake I'.ano and Organ. Don't want the 
best, Just plain, gooo und willing. 

J. CRIESE, Pembina, S. Dak. 



GOOD ATTRACTIONS always win ont at 
Roaevlllo. Ohio— that busy tows of 2.noo. Host v I lie 
ha* 10 pettenei, H coal mines and 2 large brick 
lilania, all working every day. That means money 
and last's what counts. Fru n r E. Johnson, Mana ger. 

HOW TO BECOME A CONTORTIONIST. 

Front and Hack Bending, each trick Illustrated. 
HSe, itorpuet's School, 837 8. 12th St., Fhlla., Pa. 



HEAVIES. 



TKUKKUKS, 



CHARACTERS. , 1.10IIT JUVENILES. 
EXPERIENCE, KEI.IAI1ILITY, WARDROBE. 
Responsible munugcrs address 

.lAMI-'.S V. MHRRHAN, 
11HMI Monnt Venion St., Philadelphia, l'a. 



PEOPLE 
For Three NigMer Feature, 



HPECfALTIKH. 



Salary all you're worth, every week; I pay all. 
V1UTOR VANNETTA, MHinettpolls, Minn, 



I SAUK, 

CIBCDS CABS, BAG8A0E WA660H8 
AND TINE BASD WAflGCR. 

Address LROlf WAsmn u\, 

ill* W. Viil Ht.. Ve« York t lij . 

1'. 8 — Waul to buy, Leaping urcylioiinds.. 



MEDICINE COMPANIES, 

SOMETHING NEW. 
A Genuine Japanese Tooth Powder. 

Oreat Bales and Great Profits. Heml for terms and 
samples to W. M. FKA.NCK, 

No. 181 Sooth St., Eltnwood, llulynke, Mass. 



THE HUMAN DYNAMO. 



Most Marvelous 
Address 



Manipulator or Klcctrlcity. 
Care of N. V. CUPPER. 



Wanted, lor Canada Frank's Big Tent Show, 

fillers an o NOVELTY ACTH— People put- 
ting on Three Turns. I want a Uood Contortion 
Act, also Tuha, 1st and 2d Cornet, Baritone. 

I'. s.-l'or Bule Cheap— No. 1 Wtt. sin. long Cast- 
lug Net, complete. Address F. M. MVKRB. Mgr., 
en route: Itasca, Texas, Nov. s; Ahhott 4, Wert •!, 
lA>rena 7, per route. 



EBWflOD WAITS Actors and Hnsiclans 

for II. and 0. Leaders, Clarionet, Traps, Cornet 
for car Porter, Leading Man and Woman, and 
Actors who piuy brass and do specialties. Mu- 
sical Team and others, write. 

It. J. KKWOOO, New Philadelphia, Ohio. 



Moving Picture Camera 

For Sale. Mule yonr own moving pictures. It's 
easy and pr»UlHl>le. Nothing makes a i.eiter lilt 
taan local moving pictures. Address 

•\V. II, BAKRICK, va C St., Tacoma, Wash. 



DEIrON T MARTIN AMUSEMENT CO., 

Featuring Moving Pictures and Specialties of the hlghCHt cliim. strong cmniiliiHi leu, Tints open. 

nee Agents, pieasn tvrlin. 
IS30 AnNTKIIUAN \VK., \cw York < lly. 



Tueaire Mgrs,, Hooking Agents, and Advance Agents. p>e»sn w rim 

"iT — 



Xch and Second Hand Picture Macliincs 

.slides, f .1 .v>, lutes r. This week only. 

SiercnptlcouH, " grades, $1'. nnd J5o. 

Spot Lights, f :iA no. 

KiieostniH, l grades, $n.".i) to fllnk, 

Arc I -ii in] n. $"•,<"•". 

Condensers, Mc. each. 

Approved Calde. 

Adjiistalilc Tegs, f6.r.O. 

Weblied Tlleuchcil Screens, '.",o. poi a>|, ft. 

Automatic Water pipe. 

Lenses, Jels, Oarhon, fielatlne, lowest. 

HERMAN E. BOYS, 
104 W. 40th St , H. T. 



SO Cants SO Cor»te» 

FOB A BOOK OF 10 BK«T0BES. 

r> Acts for l male, 1 femulo; fi Acts for 'i males. 
Monev order or 2 cunt stamps Address itjlK.VA Kit 
KI.INVi, I'lay Wright, Ml Jay St., Ilrooklyo, N, Y. 
V. 8.— Sketches and plays written to tinier. 



WANTED, for the . 

BROADWAY ENTERTAINERS, 

( 8IN0LE HO8I0IL ACT (Hale). 

Cupalile of piuylng small part In upunlug ant You 
must hiakc good or closed at once. Long season 
ror right parly. Letters only to HKI.PIlAYlK ami 
' " Wi '."W We: 



I'OOLKl 



St li'.thKt., K. V.C!, 



SUPERIOR SPRING 




Bargain at f'4>. Will sell subject to examination, 
Address It. I'. WIS N!.\ 20 Harrison .St., N. V. 



WaSTKB, Flllt 

STETSON'S UNCLE TOM CO., 

PIANO I'LAYRIt to double some kind of bras* In 
band. Address as per route. OEO. 1'KCK, llgr. 

Route -Nov. s, Kalrbury, Neb,; Nov. 4, Heatrlce, 
Neb.; Nov. a, Ashland, Neb.; Nov. 7, Ulalr, Nel> ; 
Nov. », Council liluirs, lown; Nov. a, 10 and 11, 
Llucolu, Neb, 



FOB BALE, KAI8EB DIOBAHA 

Imported from lierllu, ii>Ki views from all over the 
world, at one-third of original cost. . 

Ht'HIL.bIN«'M \T1.AS IIOTKL, . 
Iloukliway tleach, N. Y. 



W \MEI>-LADY PAHTHEB. 

Ooud Looking, cither flood Singer or Dancer, to 
double with a known comedian; must In: a Lady. 
Time booked. Answer by teller, tiood I'onn. 
ilAltltr WILSON, Leavenworth, Kan. 



PIANIST AT LIBERT.. 

Al Sight Reader aud Vaudeville. Address 
PIANIST, SOU) Jefferson St.. Philadelphia, l'a. 



WANTED, 

Al MED. LECTURER. 

Must bo Uood. Address MGtt. I'AI.M 

UAUOK.V WKATItKj West Heneca, N. Y. 

AT LIBERTY- JULE REYBOLD 

leader. Violin, Plana, t'uriiel. Vnudevlllc, 
Ibirlesiiue fir. Aildrrss Jill" KhmM, l.'lein- 
entou, ,\. J. 1', H. — I'leuse state all, salary, etc. 



I .U 



Calcium Gas and » 

Moving Picture Outfit 




You Cm 

MihsBlfMas.il 

EntirUlnln. IS* Public. 

Vi'ostarl joa,riirni«himf roni|i!nteflut(lH 

ivlih Hlinptn und <x pllcl t liiainiellmn. 

The f leld I. Lorge, comm-tnlug ilia 

rrgillHrtllelllrA lllKllf.-tlirn rlh-ull, Sim 

loriit lltOil. in Cljiirrtifif, Public Hehuolit, 

L'jiIki'h and (ti'i)crsl l'lililln l>iilhnriUK>. 

NniIiIiik ullerili lu'lier o|i[>urtiiiiHlr« fur 

ZSSfyuu Our Outfit Comprises 

the C. P. OO.'S rnodsl, FURK 
OALOIUM CAS OUTFIT, . tho 

Kfonto.t oiindlopowM-.tho siifejt 
undmoytocoromlonlRus-mukins; 
outfit over inventeil. w >i«hisoitn. 

Stertopllcaa, Moilni Plctur* Michlnu, 

ritm. <imi» >'"' everr luiemorjr 

rnrni, siian n ,. ,| (11 | t ,„ m , n ,|>i 4 ia 

i-NteftitinirotH. AtMulabdy thu-iate.t 
flluitiuidvlflwH <at thiiinarknt, iticlinlliig 
all snl/JeitLs fur the I'll bile's enjoyment. 
■RBI antayrtainmemt tupnly ontnloRU. aad 
SPECIAL OPFKH fully ntplulns merrthlau. 
CBICAOO PIlOJECTIIieco.. UOOiirtcra II.. Dipt, 207, Chltiii. 

J.nr.'t Li.t of Now l'mfi -«tiiii(il 
HUd Aiauti'iir I'lr.j-. ViliHlrvUlo 
HlUitetilr, Slln.lrrl HtMil^Oprr- 
, llu». Mulloul VUtirm. .UVI'UI 
___ KnlrrlalunMith ■tiH'ltalloal, 

llUlufur., Np.aUtn, llrlll., . l<-. < .l.|..«u. i- f ,r. 

T. .. UliMHHN, Publl.br r, I>«pt. IT, Itllleugu, 111. 




PLAYS 



tlOflO0.O0pi«| 

clPPiAlNUlNSTHUMENTS 



• t .Ixiwt li.tr prlir. _ 

W«r<! tr«ile.l In f..r"llllt.TON" Intlrurueuts, which 
-f.»llutlnT.. irjov want tin b.«t, hiir«"IIOLTOrl 
- it jou "111 li»«« muotlitr iii.kn, »» Ii»t» It for tou I 
•h«|.. Hr.rjttilnir for baniJi our r»t»toi{ .oil U».- 
nlr. Hat RM on r»ia«« 
r.AMrtHOLTOH.CQ. ! Olt.W. Blda.. . 




WANT MUSICIAN 

Baritone to Double Slide Trombone. 
Other Musicians, write. 'Low bllvli). Hiale. all 

.Hick. .INO. A. IIIM.nkl.KIN, 

l NewC«sllo, l'a.,B« i; Voungstown, <),, <J-fl, 



050 



THE -NEW YORK Gl/IPPER. 



November 4. 



NEW VOHK CITY. 



Hcvlcvr mid Comment. — Business last 
week at the local theatres was highly satis- 
factory. On Monday night, Oct 23, at the 

MANHATTAN THEATRE, MlDC. Hcrtlia Kllllcll 

made lier stellar debut on the English speak- 
ing singe, In "Monna Vnnnn," n three act 
piny, by Manrlco Maeterlinck, the English 
translation of which was made by John 
■Severance, This was nlsri the first produc- 
tion of this play In Kngllsh on tho 

Mimo date, nt Wallack's, William Favcr- 
slintu and compauy gave the flrst metropoli- 
tan presentation of "The Hi|uaw Man," a 
four act play of Western life, by Edwin 
Milton Uoylc Other Monday night open- 
ings were : At the Harden Tiieatuc, Robert 
It. Mautcll and company, In "Ulchard III," 
und nt the Uiian'd OrnRA Ilnvsn Charles 
K. Grapowltl, In "It's Up to Vou," 

John Henry." At the Majehtic The- 

ATtin, on Tuesday night, 21. occurred tho 
first New York presentation of Julian Mit- 
chell's production of "Wonderland," o fan- 
tastic extravaganza, In three acts, book by 
Glen MiicDonougb, and music by Victor Her- 
bert The continued attractions for tho 

week cudlng Oct. i!S woro: Itobcrt 11. Man- 
tell at I lie uUMNhT, Bertha Kallc at the 
-Manhattan. William rnvcrshnm at Wal- 
i.ack'k, Joseph Ciiwthoru tit the ili:iiAt,u 
Sijuauu, "The I'l'luco Chap" ut Jan Whm:h'h 
'I iii:atiii;. Lie Wolf Hopper at the Lyuic, 
I*,. II. SOlhcni ami Julia Murlowo at the 
Kx ickkruuckkic, Henry I-;. Dlxoy, In 
"Tliu Man oil the Box," at the Mam- 
mon SijUaub ; .lames K. Iluckott and 
Mary Muiiiicrlug at the Savoy, Joseph 
Whet-lock Jr., In "Just Out of College," at 
(lie liVUnuu; Mrs. Leslie Carter at lie- 
i.abco's, Murgaret Augllu und her company 
(it (ho l'liiM'k'HM, John Dree at the Kmi-iiii;, 
MllXlus l'lllnlt ut the Clt'TKIUUM, Itobcrt Lo- 
in I lie, In "Man and Hupcrmuu," ut tho Hini- 
non ; I'duu. May ut D.UA'k, Mclulyru uud 
Mouth at tliu New Yuiik, dlvei'sltlcd inter- 
fttlnuiciit ut the Hirt'ODiioMH, "It Happened 
la Nordlattd'' at the Litw Fihlus, David 
M'arlleld at I lie Bijou, tho slock coiapany at 
the Yunuvii.t.i:, the Gcrthuii stuck opera cum- 
limy nl the luriNU PfcACH, Lulu (lluscr ut 
l lie New Aa(mti:iiim.m, "The Virginian" ut 
i lie Ai.-aukmy, the lingers Brothers at Ilia 
I,iiii;iity, uud "The I'carl uud tliu l'umpkln" 
nl tin: UiiOAisivAT, the four lust iiiiincd closing 
on that date. At Piioctoii'. u Finn Avpnuu 

tllld O.S'K HUMHU'D ANU TWENTV-l'ltl'lr STItllB'r 

TiIIiatiieh stock prodncllous continued 

The one week stunds closing US were : .lesslo 
Mae Hull, In •"Jin: 81 ret Singer," ut tho 
Tjiiiiii ATHSEM] Charles F. Orupewln ut the 
(IMM OI'Kiia lluli'Hi;, the llussi.-ll Ilrothcrs ut 
the MtciiAV llu,i„ "Kor Ills Unit Iter's C.'rliun" 
ill Hie Tiiai.ia, "Tho Curse of l»ilnk"' ut tliu 
FupiiTluiNrii MTniiiiT, 1-1 vu Tungiiny ut tho 
Amkiiican, "Tho l'rudlgul Hon" at thu Haii- 
).i;m oi'EitA lloOtUL "In Now York Town" ut 
tliu WBOT '-'mi, Hurucy Glluiuru ut Ihu Mb- 
•nioroi.iK, mid "The Way of tin: Transgrcs- 
dol" ut tho STAlt Variety entertain- 
ment was furnished ut Fiiucron's, l'im- 

1CIU1ITU Hnil.KT, l'llOCTOIt'D TWENTV-TUlllU 

8T1IELT, TO.S'X l'AKTOIt'K, tliu COLONIAL, tllU 

ytcioniA, Uhtu'b Union SubAim, tlio An- 

1IAMUIIA, IIUIITIO & HlJAMON'M, the F.U.ACU 

ami Ihu Famii.v TiliiATUE. IlLiittn'H MusisUM 
presculcd I lie ustiul list of vaudeville und 
curios. .Minimi's KiuiiTii Aviinuk, thy 
t'liiCEH, Hie IMWWj Mineii'h Doivlky, thu 

Lonpun uud ihu Gotham furnished biirlusiiuo. 



1,1 In: rl j- 'I'liealre (Kluw ft Grlaugcr, 
inn augers i.— This cony little playhouse wu'i 
"i'|l tilled villi friends, or Murlu Cnhlll mi 
MuiiiIiiv night,- (hi. ;;n, when aim guvu thu 
llrst New York prcticuiuilou of her new tiui- 
uli-iil plav, ".Mooimlilnc." It Is 111 two licls, 
uud was llfut presi'iiteii ut Detroit, Mich.. 
mi Kept. ti, of this year. The book uud 
lyrics are by Edwin Milton lloylu aud George 
V. Iluliiii't, lite uiiisle by. Hllvlo lU'lu, uud 
the liiusli'iil numbers wcro arranged by tier- 
in Klu Hoffiiiuu. It wits staged by Frederick 
1'crry, inul the orcliestru Is muter Ihu di- 
rection of Ihu composer. As stilled above 
the Iheulru on Moiiduy wiih titled wllli 
friends of the slur, who were determined 
Unit her welcome should bo a substantial 
one, but this desire wus cnri'lcd so fur Hint 
■lie ili'iiiiind lor encores actually marred tin: 
rt'udltioli of thu slight story of the pluy. Tho 
I'lory consists of tlic theft of Statu papers 
from u young Ihigllsb diplomat. Concerned 
In the plot ure u Jupuncsu uud u llussliiu. 
both ambassadors, but we urn nut lnfuruicu 
why thu papers lire snccluliy ' iii'i-essury lu 
olibcr liution. Their theft, however, menus 
Ihu ruin of the young Kngllsh dlplumur, unit 
this ciiiisoh u bustulueil Interest lu the story, 
llirougli which, I liter t* OVOll a nil.; sl.lllfolly, 
urn Introduced thu musical numbers of thu 
pluy. The desire of Ihu authors wus to build 
a vcbiclii to III Miss Oiihlll. und lu ".Moou- 
kIiIiu'" they have sitvereded iidmlrubly, us i;ha 
has never had u role which stilled tier iiecti- 
II ii i- slylu of humor so well. Of course Micro 
are songs u plenty, which, by tho way, .Miss 
Cahlll (lues not monopolize, iih slio gives op- 
portunity to several clever assistants lu oc- 
cupy Ibcsluge cciitro during I lie evening. II is 
prettily staged. Thutmppot'tliuji'nniiiutiy is ex- 
cellent, lliose who llgure iinisl. pvotiiliiunll.v lie- 
I'm: Dick Temple, Oeorge Hclinti. Hoy At well, 
Wlllluiu liigi'i-.-oll, Frederick t'nuldliig. Saillu 
Hants uud Cliira I'tllUlcr. Then: Is u hunt 
worked chorus of genuinely pretty girls, und 
they really slug, besides iluuelug very clcv- 
ffly. 'J'lin full cast follows: l.mil li\nu- 
Kiil-veu, Hoy Alwcll ; Hon. Lionel t,ougiici'C 
I'b-k Ti.Muiile: tatty fiwi'iiclh. fruuees (lor- 
don: I Ut 1*1 of llrnadliiwns. J, Ward Kelt: 
I'uiiutCGS of llroiidluwiis, i/.'ona Anderson: 
Molly ".Moonshine," MIsk Calilll: Smile 
Khort, kjtullc Harris; I'ltinger Dawson, 
Wiu. ttumrsnlll Mil reel Hurdler, (h'orj-e IJc. 
linn: l,ulii Cliiiriiilnu, Clara I'ulaicr: 'lerenec 
OT'ogg. 11. It. Huberts; Ueuerul Moron*. II. 
liny VVoudwui'd; Huron lliisiikl, l-'rcdcrli: 
I'ltllldliig. Miss CuhlU's eugugi'turut here 

|S ,■• l/IO.tl" 1 ',! Ill'I'lod. 

Sew York Hippodrome (Thompson & 
Danny, iiiiiiiagi'l'M. — "A Yankee Circus mi 
Mills' colli llini'.'i a potent ullructluli, inul. on 
del. Ml, caused as much laughter us ever, 
lis two hundred and tlfllcili perfoi'iunnce will 
fiei-ui iiiiiliiiei- III. "Tin- Hiiiiiniii-i! of ti llln- 
dnu I'lliiei'ss" is wuti'hcil with Interest, nud 
tin- plunging ilcpliuiils ure u grcul leu I ore. 
'I'he viitiili'Vllli- tlu-liidcs: The hiiuffiiniiin 
Tioiijic. blcyellsls I Dan u'ltrli-u uud Jon 
Artressl. Louise iiml lloluil IVttrrll, Mar- 
i-lliic. lie: ilrull : I'licresi- Iteiu, the '"our 
Mlliius, the Threo l.'iirrolls, the 'three Cme-- 
trlllous, Miss Maniuls uud L'lull'O Hellol uud 
her lions 

l»nly*i« Tlirnlrc- (Dnnlrl l-'rnlminn, man- 
ager). — I'dlin May opened In-v lontli week 
ik-t. 30. in "The catch of tho Sfn.vin." 

■loi» Vi "-lipr'-t Tln-ntro (Joe Welier, man- 
ngerl. — "The Prlnep Chap'' rufiini'-iKi-d ll» 
llflh luck dct. IKI, 



I'roctor'-i Fifth Avenue Tlienlri- (.1. 
Austin Ii'ynes, general innnagei').--"I,ady 
Wlude'mierc'ft Van" Is this WWN revival, 
with. Amelia Jllngham and Isabello Evcssoii 
ns Mrs. I'rlvnne. On the n|>enliig day, Oct. 
.'<(>, Miss riliighnm was most effective, and 
Krnnccs Starr, nil Lady Windermere, inerlled 
praise for clever work. Nestor I.eunou, who 
made hlu first uppeaninee with the company 
on the above date, scored it* distinct succens. 
Other players concerned In tin- production 
wero: Charles Illehraaii, George flim-11, Oer- 
ulil Orlffln, II. Dudley Hnwley, Dnvlil Thomp- 
win, lrvlii-jc J. Hess, II. Wnril. Ktliel (!onrny, 
Kdim West, Hernnrillnu Illsse, Clnlrc Wcl- 
don, Georgia mi Wilson, Bllienbetli fflge, Hnrt- 
innii Dc liruel, Mabel Crawley and Julia 
llliiuc. Next week, "Fedora." 

Unrrlck Theatre (Wllllnm II. Tteyr.olds, 
president). — The much discussed "Mrs. Wnr- 
vi'ii'i: I'rufesslon." Heruuril Shaw's four act 
(realise on social conditions and mora) prob- 
lems, was given by the Arnold Duly Com- 
puny for the first time In New York City on 
(let. HO, nud Its absolute candor nud brutal 
fruukn»ss were generally acknowledged to bo 
Its only excuses for being. Tills* production, 
which was given its American premier nt the 
Hyperion Theatre, New Haven. Conn., Oct, 
"7, Is not n pluy In the accepted definition 
of that word ; It Is nothing more nor less 
than a discussion of uuelcuu subjects that 
will remain problems so long as the human 
race endures, and that had butter be left In 
no dark corners of Ihu by-ways of life. 
Needlessly holding tho mirror up to nature, 
us In tlie present lnslunce. cuu do nothing to- 
ward the elimination of the evils treuted lu 
I he work, and the tendency of the composi- 
tion Is i own t'd dcmcrulliiittluii. Mr. Daly, 
who bus plainly been blinded by (he brightness 
of tho Slum- wit, 1ms viewed thin daring com- 
position from the wrong standpoint, and has 
permitted his fealty to the Irish playwright 
lo run iiwny with his better Judgment. Ho 
says Hint the piny is u "mural lesson," hut It 
Is difficult lo understand bow lie can Justify 
Hint claim In the face of such overwhelming 
evidence to the contrary iih is given to any 
Intelligent mind by thu play Itself. With 
Ihe "moral lesson" argument disposed of, Mr. 
Duly bus no excuse for producing the work. 
The story tells of how Mrs. Warren, u woman 
of notorious profession, tries to Justify HI 
■ oui-si! lu nil- in her daughter, who Is u good 
womuu. finally, cust off by this daughter, 
whose love Is the olio bright npot In her 
life, Mrs. Wurrin goes out of Ihe girl's cx- 
Isti-uei.-. bemouiilng the fact (hut shi) hud 
not Hindu thu glli u womuu ut the streets. 
Mury Shaw pluyed Mrs. Wurreii with won- 
derful ep'eel, niul never did li-'ller work in 
liee wholo iu'IImIIo career, while Chrvstul 
llernu iilnyed Ihe daughter with exceptional 
still) The men of the coinpuny were till 
i-npulili-. Tin- cust : Sir (li-orgo t'rafts, l-'red 
Tyler; Mr. I'med, tleorge l-'arreti : llev. Sum- 
iiel liiii'iliier, John ritidluy: l-'nmk (iiirilner, 
Arnold Duly; Mrs. Wurrcn, Mury Shaw; 
Yivle Wurreii. cbrvstiil Hnrne. 

Kiiliikt-rhorker Theatre (A!. Iliiymun 
& Co., innniigcrs). — At this lioiisu, on Monday 
nlglil, Oct. hi), K. II. Solhern suit Juliu Mar- 
lowe mid compliny preseuli-ll "Tin: Merchant 
uf Vi-ulce," before a good sized audience, 
It wus tho llrst time either of these slurs 
had appeared lu this play In New York. As u 
prednct'oti It Is probably Hie must cliilioriilo 
uud handsome Hint has ever been accorded 
IhN work In New York, twelve scenes being 
utilized, inul the scenic mi 1st has grasped 
(be oiiiiot'tiiully lo please tin: eye with mniiy 
beautiful pictures. Mr. Solhern, us Shy- 
lock, d.-piirleil widely from tin- coiivculluniil 
llliei', but It cuu hardly hi: said of his por- 
traiture that "this Is the Jew that bhtikc- 
siienrii di-itw." Willie avurlce Is u prominent 

ellll I'll e I' it: lie (if KllVlOCk, It ItllS, III Ills led - 

lugs lowurd Antonio, bci-u iiltuust cullii-ly 
obliterated by Ills desire for revenge, lie- 
YOllgti for ll|e nay Antonio bus "kept down 
Ihu rale of usaiiee" III Venice, and also for 
Ihe many Insults Autonlo lius heaped upon 
him und his rare, Mr. Hullu-ru makes iivarlcu 
douiliialo Ihe chnracler, with the result Ihut 
Ills Sbylocl: Is II clinging, fnwuliig Jew. With 
reveiigii IJius set III the Imekgi-inuid. mniiy of 
lis: Strong i-pi-eeln-M of till: rule lose tlii'lr 

force, mid In tin- Itlntto and trlul scenes Mr. 
Sothnrii fallt lo bring Hie greiit clinruelcr lo 
ciiiivlnelng heighls, und from tin: beginning 
lie makes Ills craftiness so pulpiibli- thill imiu: 
would have luisliiess Iraiisucllous wllb him. 
He ulso uses u slight dialect, fur which then: 
seems nu warrant lu the text. Miss Mar- 
lowe was cM'elli'iil uu 1'iirlhi. Stic mudn 
her wuiuiiiily rather tlittii litlellectiiul. 
Hera 'van a loving uud luvubtu, 11 vivacious 
mid impetuous I'urtlu, who rejoices in the 
fact that sin- is what she Is that idle may 
love und be loved. Shi- reud her Hues' In the 
l rial seine with feeling uud effect, und hi't' 
wotuuuly I'urtlu seemed to nccelilunte Hid 
"iplullly of niurcy lu not straliied" Bpecch. 
T. I,. ( iili-iiinu was i-ii pit ii 1 uu Antonio, l-'red 
Mile git vc the role uf i; nil la no a proiiihicui-u 
It sent 



I'roctur'n ITIty-eUlith Street The- jSfVS**?*? ^SS^^C^S^&S^ 

UH (J. Austlu Kynus, general niamigerj.— iltr* ff. AusUn Fynes, iP-'n'- , *V\ ( S!S l *8EE*u7 
mother week of strong wruUcvlllc-l» the cur- Tilt Wll this week Ini-Iudesi: LUIIM Iwfsfll'i 



item ut lulus, niul Itowluild lluekstone 
cave one of the licsl jii-i'fofnnilKTM of laiunec- 
lot i.'ohho that New York hits seen. Muleolm 
llt'iidley, us Old (lobbo, nud I't-unk Kltig- 
don. us Hie I'i'liici: of Morocco, uIho 
deserve special meullon. The cnBt la full: 
The Duke of Venice, W. II, Crompton: Tho 
lTliict: of Morocco, l'niiil; l'lngdon : Antonio, 
T. I,, Coleman : llnssiiiilo, Frederick Lewis: 
Salnnlu. Hllhert Douglas: rjnlarlnu, Hubert 
Si owe Hill: H nil I no. fled l-hlc ; Lorenzo. 
I'cdro De Cordoba; Shyluck, 10. II, Solhern; 
Tubal, I'Yiuilc Itcicher; lamneelol lioblio, 
Howliiml llueksloiie : Mid Hobhii, Muleolm 
Itrudtey : Heunuido, Tims. Davis; llclthasiir, 
I'. J. Kelly: Stephuno. l-ldsuu 11. Miles; 
Servant lu Anlonlu, Wllini-r Dame: HiiiiIit, 
CIuiHi-ii Kiillliurl : l'ot-tla, Julia Marlowe; 
Ncrlssn. Alice Harrington; Jesslcu, Mllll- 
cent Melatlighllu, 

Mliiniii' Uurdeii (W. Kramer's Sous, 
inuuugei'sl. — The Hleo Hrolliet's, comedians 
on Ihu triple liiirs: liuylor uud tiraff. lu u 
comedy sketch: George Zcllu, ei|uillbi-lsl uud 
his ucllng dog, Dol ; Helen liruy. operullc so- 
iirniiu : Hiiiimui und Jmites. cotucdy duo: Mek 
1'iirki-r, Willi illustrated snugs: Victor Itrolh- 
ers. nerobutlc clowns; new luovlug pictures 
and thu IClllo l.ady Orcliestru ure hero lids 
week. 

llriiuil Opi-nt House (Juliu 11. Springer, 
miinttgirj. -I'oi- week of Del, :tli, Dlgby 
Hell, In "Tlnv litliieutluii of Mr. l'lpp," wns 
Ihe tilt I'tii-t Ion. Ne\t neck, Hiiymotid Hitch- 
coeli. In "liiiK.v Hum sou." 

lU-inlil Siiunri- Theulre ICllllB. l-Tuh- 
■ nun. ni:iu;igc'.'i.--.los"ph l.'nwlhoru o|S'tii-d 
his third week Oct. SO, lu "I'rllz In Turn- 
muuy Hull." 

l.M'cinii I In nlrc I liimlul Frohmitu. msn- 
ngcri. • -Joseph Wliccloi-k Jr. uomnieiici-d his 
sixth week Oct. UP. lu "Just Out of College." 

DrlneeHH Theutre (Henry Miller, mini- 
ngi-i'i,— Mnrguret Angtln. lu "Zlfit," sturled 
her seventh week Oct. !!0. 

IliKlnuii I tunic- (Henry 11. Harris, nisn- 
itgert. — Hohcii Lui-ulne slnrlctl his ninth 
week III "Man inul Superman" Oct. .'IP. 

Criterion Theutre (Charles Ii'rulunnn, 
malinger i. Mnxlui- l-llllotl started her ninth 
week Oct. tto. lu --IJcr Ureal Mulch." 

Lew Kir id »' Thenlre (lliimliit. Mitchell 
& l-'lclds, mamigers). — "It Happened 111 
Nurdlitud" opeui-d lis tenth week Oct. !!«•. 

Sew York Theutre Hi law & Hrliiugnr, 
niiinugers),--Mclutyre und Iteulu. hi "Tho 
Hani Tree." beuuu their tenth week uud lust 
fortnight Hit. till. 

Savoy Tlieulrr (I'Viiuk- MeKer, uiuim- 
gen. — Junto;! K. UitcKelt nud Mury Muntirr. 
Iiip. lu "Ibf Wulls of Jericho,'' begau their 
bis lb week »>ct. lH.', 

Meiitletimohii Hull. — The lieu Greet Co. 
appeared In "llcury V." Oct. HO, glvtug thu 
performance lu tho Elizabethan style. Tho 
company Includes: Mr, Clreet, Hallns Ander- 
L-on. Adelaide Alexander and 0. HromdclIiU't, 

Third Avenue Tlientre (A. It. Wood?, 
mattaaer). — "Tho Lighthouse by the Sen" fur- 
nishes Ptitartnlnmeni Ibis week. N. S. Wood, 
III "l*»t lu ii Htg City," tvlll follow. 



at 

Another week of strong .. 
rent offering, nud on Monday, Oct. XO, a crowd- 
ed bouse was lu attendance. The bill Includes : 
Willie Gardner, In his buck dancing on skates ; 
Mnllorv Hros., Urooks and Hnlllday, in songs 
and donees ; Anna Laughlln, in singing and 
dfltlclng. Hlce und Prevost were delayed by 
the non-nrrlvul of their baggage In time for 
the afternoon performance, but presented 
their "llitmpty Humps" at the night show. 
Joseph Hurt and Carrie De Mar, In their one 
net musical farce, "Tho Other Fellow :" 
Walter C. Kelly, dialect comedian : the Lon- 
don Comedy Pantomime Co., of fourteen play- 
ers, Itr "A Night nt an Kngllsh Music Hnll ;*' 
liio Kmplre City Quartette, ond Oolemnu'H 
nits und dogs. The motion pictures and 
pnBtels of travel were continued favorably. 
Sunday's concerts, t!U, nttructed crowded 
houses, 

Mujen(lcThentre(John S. Flaherty. man- 
ager). — The frequently reehrlstcned. "Won- 
derland," Julian Mitchell's fairy production, 
begun its New York career at. this house 
evening of Tuesday. Oct. 24, and although 
there wns considerable chaff miked in with 
meritorious material, und tho midnight hour 
vim well nigh at hand before tlie i-urtaln fell 
mi I he: lust act, the elements of success were 
plainly there, nnd simply walling for Mr. 
Mitchell's practised hand to arrange them in 
more mndelised form. As "Alice and tbu 
ICIglit Princesses" this work was given Its 
Initial production at the Slur Thcai.rn, Buf- 
falo. N. V.. Sent. It. and later thu title was 
changed lo "Tlie Klght- PrlneesscB," which 
lu turn guvu way to "Wonderlaud." It Is 
a fiinlaslfe musical play, hi three acts, hook 
by Glen .Mac Dotiotlgh. and music by Victor 



Herbert, the story being bused upon "Tito 
Untieing Pi-hucss,- by tho rtrolhers Grimm. 
Mr. Herbert furnished music that hud class 
und. excellence, und Mr. Mitchell scored Hlo 
real hit of the production with ii.ehorus that 
wus drilled lo the minute, uud costumed 
lieu ut I fully, and that possessed exceptional 
beauty of I'nei: and form. Tho scenery was 
pretty und elaborate und Ihu costuming 
■.van rich In material mid coloring, with beau- 
tifully blended lines hi the chorus apparel. 
Nothing lu Ihe line of mounting wus ne- 
glected, u bcuiillliil tableau, which Mulshed 
the second net, culled "Tho Lake of tho Kn- 
chnnteii Castle,'' being on n kcuIc uf mug- 
nlllceniv niul bounty rurely cf|iiutcd on dur 
Hinge. Nor were the humorous features lurk- 
ing, either, for. u property- boi-Me, worked by 
two clever men, Juiiies Harris und Wm. 
Cohan, along the linen followed in the ma- 
nipulation of tin: lion lu "The Wl/.ard of 
Ox," was the laughing lilt of tliu piece, und he 
threw bin rider in true broncho style, uud gen- 
erally disported himself as a superior unlmnl. 
The story of Hie plecu Is extremely meagre. 
It: appears that eight, princesses are dancing 
every night lit nn cm-hunted ensile with eight 
young princes, uud the king, futher of ihu 
yoiuig ladles, offers ti ecu mil lo the onu who 
shall lend him to tilt: mysterious ensile. At 
lenglh his efforts to reach Hie place ure suc- 
mhwTuI uud lira trials of all concerned are ut 
lenglh elided hv his forgiving Hie wayward 
young Indies. Sam Chip, u diminutive come- 
dliui, who. Is new to this city, but whoso 
work In thu South and through other sec- 
tions of (his country bus brought him honors, 
romped through tho part of Dr. Fax, u 
mixer of love 'potion-., uud proved clever und 
versatile, Kvtt Duvcupoft wus funny ns u 
Dresden Shepherdess, and her tremendous 
size was II valuable iiasel In en pi m Ing laughs. 
Ili-ssle Wyim, with hur old cleverness 
III rendering her songs, was n grout fa- 
vorite, ami wan worthy of- the applause given 
her while Lottu b'uusl wus uiugiictlc, 
uud ciiuiplelely I'lipllviillng. Alnleu Ange- 
les, demure uud pretty, pluyed Dr. Fun's 
daughter, uud wits greatly liked for her work 
null foe her liulliitluiis of several stugu 
i'1-lcbrllles. J. C. Marlowe, whose voice is 
it I'lipllul one, dhl not gel Ids opportunity 
iinlll bile la the evening, but be uiiiulttH 
liluiself well, while Chimes Hurry uud Geo, 
McKay did coinmcndalilu work lu the cuinedy 
purls, Tim cast: Dr. l-'uv, Ham Chip; 
Phyllis, Kvu Daveupi.rl ; Gladys, Almce An- 
geles: lllldegarde l-'lggers, l.oliu Fuust ; 
Prlnco Fortunlo, Uessle Wynn ; Cupt. Moll 1 
Ingui: I'.lur. chiirles Hurry; Jutnes, George 
MeKuv; King of Hearts, J. C. Marlowe; 
Leiinder. Doris Mllcnell: Margot. Hue Kclle- 
her: (■'ertrude. Iliildu Halvcrs: Hullo, ,'laues 
Ferris und Wllllaui Coltuu; Chief of Gen- 
darmes. William McDunluls: Mnrguret, 
liic.lly li'tiltoli: Morgiu-rltu, Helen Hlitoii; 
Meg; Alice Ills ; M-jrJurle, Liielllu liugeu ; 
Marglu.-rltii. Phoebe Loiibcl : Mudge. Allele 
Gurdon : Maggie, Minnie Woodbury. The 
second week begun Monday, Oi-t. !>0. 

Fourteenth Street Thenlre (J. W. Ho- 
seliipiest, maiiiigi-ri. — "lu New York Town," 
which wax revb-wi'il lu ItarNU columns last 
week, opened here Oct, :tl». to u good house, 
Cliff Gurdon and Chits. Ilouiird urn the prin- 
cipal comedians. Lillian Shaw ii'stdc one of 
llie bits of lite show with her Imitations of 
Kiltlu Harry, sluglng "lluvo You Seen My 
llt'iny UrcwnV" Next week, the Four Mor- 
tons, In "Hi-eaklug Into Society." 

Timlin Thenlre I Sullivan & Woods, man- 
agers). — "Wedded mid Purled" Is thla week's 
nltriietlon. The coiiipuuy Includes:' Louis N, 
Miller, John Morrlskey, Fred'k Alyn, Clms. 
L. Alcxuuder, Waller Veruoii, James Hhen, 
Wm, Ncdwell. Maxwell Ueers, Waller Hur- 
mt, John Gllsou, Wm, HI owe. Mnrguret 
ltrowulee, Joslo Slssoti. Louise Austin, 
Florencu Hlicey, Hllxubulh 1 lines, Anna 
.tiibiislon. Lot ll<: Jobusou, Itessle Lewis mitt 
It ii Mi .Marl 'an by ],'. L. Johnson is inituii- 
gor: .1. W. I'lckeiis. represciitntlve. Next 
week, "Hungers of Wmklng Girls." 

Torkvllle Thenlre I Meyer H. Hlmborg. 
munuger). — "IIiikcI Klrke" Is being prcseiili-d 
lien: this week, Willi Mabel Montgomery as 
Hazel Klrke, und i'htgeue Moore us Duusliin 
Klrke. Will: Hie Vm-kvllle slock III the sup- 
parti nu excellent representation "t tin: isi|>- 
u In t- old pluy Is given. M. It. Uimberg lias 
assumed full umiiiigemeut here, Mr. Wels 
having retired. Anne Sutherland, who was 
leading womuu hern hist, season, has been 
re-ciigila'.-d, uud will appear Moiiduy. Nov. 
ii, in "Kosiirrcellon." Husluess continues lo 
he i-xccllcnl. 

Vlelorlu Thenlre (uscur Hummersleln, 
uuiuagi-ri. — Following is the excellent list nl 
ultracllons nrogru mined hero this week: Wll- 
liiiuiK nud Wulker. llHrrv Tale's satire, "Ho- 
luring:" Willie Xlmmci-iuau. Three I'mun 
Hros',, Lewis MeCord uud ••umpiiuy, Delmoro 
mid Lee, Vernon Troupe, Hiitno uud ltussell, 
the Tuiiiikiis ami ihu vlliigruuh. 

Colonial Thenlre (Pircv G. Wllllutiis, 
uiatuigei-L— Aunoitucemeiil-s for this week 
here Include: Annie Irls'h uud cumputty. 
Adcie ltllchle. Myslcrloiia De Hlerrc, Klttli: 
Truiicy, Fields nud Ward, O'Brien and Havnl, 
Hossiiw Midgets. Wutson uud Morrluey, 
Charlie llossow, and the \ Iliigranh. 

tllrele Tlientre (Clms. ,\. Williams, mau- 
ngcri. — Hob Miiiuliester's Vanity Fulr Co. Is 
tliu visiting al inn lion hero Ibis week. 'Ihe 
riirluln rises upon ti one net skit, inlllled 
"•(in Hie Full lllver Lltii-.' - This Is followed 
l.y uu olio couslslhig of Contey and Colllus, 
Heed uud Shaw. Ward mid Haviiiuud, 't'olilo, 
inul Ihe Whmigdoodlc Four, The progruuiiui! 
closes wllb ii musli-iil cxtvuvngunzu, eulllled 
"I'lti.- Fcliiiile Druiumers."' Next week, tho 
New City Spuds. 

linker's Museum (Join) II. Anderson, 
rimuiigi t'l. — Mine. Laurent;, uud her v. under- 
fill pcrformlug lions still remulu Ihe fcat- 
uru uttracllun at this popular family re- 
sort Others are: Mine, Olgu. snake charm- 
er, mid (be Midget Prluos. In the theutre. 
which Is crowded ut every perforumucc. tho 
following apnea r to good advantage: J. M. 
Moore and ids New Orleans Minstrels. Tonv 
Hurnett, Hrnpby and Dnvls, Rose IClnyon, 
find the Edison moving pictures. 

Manhnltnn Thentre (Harrison Clrov 
Flske, niniiiigii 1. — Hcrllm Knllcll. In -'Monna 
.Vnuua," started her sei-uud week Oct. .To. 



Ii'rratiy idee, the I'csehkoB Troupe, In ItUUlbn 
dnnees : Herrmann the Great, assisted by 
Marie Herrmann, In magic; Fred. tSckhoft 
nud Anna Uordon, ' Louis A. Simon, Ora-.-o 
Gardner and company. In "The New Concn- 
nmu :" 'Greene nud Werner, Levy Hawkins, 
the Three Sisters Herzog Camaras and the 
motion pictures. • 

iirnailvviiy Theatre (A. W. Dingwall, 
ninnngei'). — At litis bouse, before a capacity 
nudlencc.- "Veronlquo." a comic 'inen,- In 
three ucis, wan presented Oct. 1(1. The music 
Is bv Andre Mcssagcr. isjok liy A. Vauloo and 
G. 'Duval (tho Kitgilsh version by Henry 
Hamilton), nud lyrics by Lillian Ktilee and 
1-crcy Greenbank. The opera wns originally 
presented ut the Bouffcs-Parislens, Paris, 
Fi-„ Dec. 10, 1808. M. Messager Is to be 
credited with tho most musical and Inter- 
esting score which has been heard- locally In 
many n dav, though there are fow* of the 
songs which one retains by one hearing. The 
Letter, Swing. Apple-blossom nnd Meditation 
songs wcro all great treats. The book Is 
intoroMilug and tho story more coosccii- 
llvc thato la must Instances, but tho 
lyrics' are far below Hie standard of their 
uiunie. Tin: sturv : Floreslaii de Vnllan- 
cotirt is betrothed lo Heleno da Solnngcs 
(UL-lthcr linvlUL- seen the other), but the 
former has a slight entanglement with' Agu- 
iliu. wife of Cui|uenurd, proprietor of a 
ilower shop. Here llolem: sues her llancec. 
though unseen herself, and, dutirmlnlitg to. 
win him ineooiitto, she dons the gown of a 
Iluwcr girl, forcing Iter aunt to do the same, 
uud assumes the iiume of Veronluue, Flore- 
stun immediately falls in love With her, and. 
cVentuattv lenralni; Ihut Verotilijue und 
Hcleilo are one and the same, Is supremely 
happv. ltulli Vincent, featured on the pro- 

f;ramme, was delightful nt ilrsi, but her voice 
:i rather thin, and us the evening wore on, she 
failed to hold the. audience. Kilty Gor- 
don, as Agulhu. did Home excellent work, 
uud sung plisuuiullr. Lena Multlaml was 
us i-oiiulstuut us the character of l-'nuer- 
nliee would ullow her to lie, uud won storms 
of applause Oil the meditation song, by far 
the be, i vucul work of (lie evening. Miss 
Vain V'ulll Is one of the daintiest duticers 
upon the stugo today, utul wus worn out with 
repeated eucores. lo which she graciously re- 
sponded. Mndgo' Ylnteii wus eliurmlug us 
Sophie. Juliu l.e Guy extruded full 
value of iipniiii'P.us full from the part of 
Coiitteuiiril. uud was it pronounced favorite. 
Hulpli Nuii'ti wus interesting us Seriipliln. 
Ijiwrcnci: Hen giive u good jierforinanee of 
Floreslmi, but Ids voice fulled lo satisfy. 
Aubrey I'll zgcruM was amusing und did spli-ti- 
dld work with the linpossllilc Lulistof. Tin: 
oilier iiiemhi'i'.s were capable. The three scenes 
were marvels of I lie pulutcr's work, purllcil- 
lui-ly the CNipilslte ghuh: of thu second ml. 
'I'he costuming bus been done lavishly, und 
jot with cxi-i-lletit lasle and l he chorus wus 
splendidly Ji.iiiiib'il, sang well und tided 
naliinilly. Tin-re is llllli; doubt that suc- 
cess will greet It. nu It Is uu excellent itntl- 
dole foe sunn- of thu trash lutely ofTi-red. 
The cast : I'lurostuu di* Vullaiicoiirt, Law- 
rei.cn Hue; Moiim. Isiuslot, Aubrey Fl Its- 
gem Id ; Sera in ii n. tt'ilph Na I ru : in- 1 uvc, John 
Muleolm; Fclli-ien, Leslie lialtie.v ; Max, 
,1 limes, (Irani: Achilles, Mux Shapiro; Or- 
derly, Hh'burd liolllver; Minis. Coot It-ua I'd, 
John I.c Hay ; r'rmcrunrc, Lena Mnltluud ; 
Aguilia. Kitty (iurilon ; Aunt. Hciioil, llmuile 
Suntcr; lienlse, Miss Viilll-Vulll: Sophie, 
Mmlgu A'liili-n: 1'llsu. Ituby Dclmuf: //oe, 
Flcrenci- l'lmikcll; Lucille, Ucuhih Martin; 
llehne dc Soiuuges, Hal it Vlnceiil. 

Keith's Theatre IK, F. Hogers, resident 
munugct).— The i-xcellent bill for week of 
Oct. UU Includes: Cecilia Lofttis, lu Imita- 
tions of eel ebru led stage folk, and who re- 
ceived u royal welcome ; Sluley uud Ulrheck, 
Hie musical blui-ksmllliH, In their wonderful 
iiiiusioi-mntlou scene; Wllfrt-d Clarke, Tlico. 
l.at'ew null ci uu puny, hi Mr. Clarke's clever 
sketch, "No More Trouble ;" Howard's iimiis- 
lug dogs und ponies ; Jas. F. MeDvnuld, In 
song uud story; the Savoy (juiii-leltc, lu 
koiii; und comedy; Wultcr Dunlelu, lu tin- 
persouitllous of uctors: si an lev and Hroek- 
inan, duueers ; O. K. Sato, In Jugglery; Lam- 
bert und Pierce, black face singers :md 
dtincers : Ihe Vttldliigs, excellent truiie/o per- 
formers ; (ho Diiri'ous, suud uutl sutoke pic- 
tures ; t.yilln Hull. In Ming, niul Gai-ncllu und 
llurrls, In u euuiedy mid ucrubiilk- tarn. Tliu 
vltagruph guvc soiuu good pictures. 

American Theatre (J. M. Wurd, maiui- 
gen. — The uilriii-lluu for the curreut week, 
beginning Moiiduy eieuiug, Oct. *JU, Is Billy 
II. Vim. lu Ills Miecessfnl musical couu-dv, 
'"Tlie Fri'iiiid Hoy." He lu supported by uu 
i-xcellcnt coiupmiy, uud scored heavily from 
the rise of the curtain. Next week, KHlu 
l'ay.lu "The Hi-llc of Avtum-.A." 

Murray mil Theutre (Win. T. Keogh, 
munugert. — "Tin- Sign of the Cross" Is tho 
atiraci Ion here (his week. It Is prcseuted 
by a en liable coiuiiuuy, aud -wus miii-h up- 
phuidcil Moiiduy uilet-uoou nud evening. The 
cust i Murctis Superbus, l-'t-unk Smith ; Nero, 
J. J. Elwvu : Tcgelinus, Fdward T. Nunnery ; 
i.iemus oedlle, Thus. O't'ouaell : lilabrio, 
Henry K. Iluiuhro; Pblodcmus, Chus. Sitiurt; 
Servllltis, Harry Child ; Hrabo, James F. 
Young; Vlllrlus, P. J. Ford; Mcttellus, Louis 
Stevens: I'uppueit. May Hudi-llffu: llci-euls, 
Flbel Vou OslholV; Duclu. Caroline Kekerl -, 
Aiiciirla. (It-ssli! Toner: Duoncs. Kutliorlnu 
Naefis; Juliu, Annie Williams; Cyreue, l''lor- 
eiici! -la.Miiinl; lliloul, Miss l.'arly ; Mylelcuu, 
Jessie Steele; l^ouu. Gertrude Karl-; Cutlu, 
Wildu Slockweli : Flavins, W. ],, Marl In; 
Titus, C. Stuart Jolinsou: Meols, Frank Wes- 
ton; Siephnuus, Miklrcil Johnson ; Men-Ill, 
Alberlu Keen. Next week, "Nlucty und 
Nluc." 

Gurdi-u Tiienli-e (liunry W. Savage, 
iiiuinigei-i.-Hulici'l U, Miinlcil unpeared In 
"lllcliclleu," i-vinlng ol Oct, :;u, heroru iiiicii- 
Ihusbistlc nuilli iici. und nmdc a most fuvor- 
uble Impression. Hurry Lelghlou scored u 
distinct success lis Ho Muujirul. and Miss 
Itttssell won a plcuslltg Julie. Giles Shluu 
wus very good ns Joseph, aud Devurc Palmer 
rendered a good account of himself us Fran- 
cols. Hntlly Dodd gave u very Intelligent 
performance of Mnrlou. 

x in ii<- in. i of >l iisie (Gllmtire lc Tomp- 
kins, luiiliugers). — "Thi: Wizard of Oz" began 
ti four weeks' engagement. Oct. lill, with Inrcd 
Stone iimi Duvi- Moiilgomery hi their original 
characters of tho Seni-i-eruW uud Tin Wood- 
li.iiu. Joseph Seh rode btill porlruja Imogcue. 
I lie cow. Menu. Desmond us Dorothy, nud 
Allelic Crater as Cyuthlu, were- suecesstiil. 
Tin: iiroilucllon was luuguillci-ut, us usuul, 
and He- cast wus good. 

I'nstor'N Tlientre Cl'uiiv Pustur, luuun- 
g'-ri.— Thi: bill wee.v of Oct 'M includes: 
The Lc Uruu Gruml Oiicni Trio, lu' sceiin 
from 'II Tmvaiore:" Al. W. Muddox uud 
Miivbelle Melvlii, preseiitlug uu orlgliiullly, 
"At tin- Slulliiu:" Liiierle und Sllverue, In 
"The Uitvelilug of Venus t" l«ona' Tburber 
nud her "Fuur Hluckbii-ds ;" Downes mid 
McDonuugh. lu "The Slraiided Actors;" Ilia 
l'llwuud coiupmiy. seiisulloutil miiglclau and 
Illusionist. ussNted by blab I'JIwood. lu "The 
Mnld of the Mist:" Ihe Iloldsworlhs, uovclly 



imWl'ir'sr DhWcrr Theatre (iM«i„ u 
Miner, niahn'ger).— A iburoughly enlwiahlu 
show was provided JO.. by the Cherry BoVS 
soms. "The Wrong i.- oun [ Tabasco" v Vua ,L 
mirlesipie, which Introduced u number ut 
amusing chaructcrs In many ludicrous *n. 




cast. The chorus Included: Lorottu Gates 
May Qiitnn, Callierlto Dames, Mov Collins' 
Ifeatrlcc Hullls, Munilo English, Allle Hmllli 
Florcnee Cruwfonl, May Right, Anna Ktsait' 
May Henry. Knty English, Theresa Pavne 
and Knty ISrown. Tho costumes in the vari- 
ous musical numbers were handsomely an- 
proprlatc. The olio Included: Loro nud 
Payne, Harry Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
Eve us, Lydla Curly la aud Lillian Pctrv It 
V. Fltxgcratd, IU a Berles of lively character 
changes, and the Manhassct Cotuedy l-'our 
•'Ouarrelsolnc Neighbors" was the burlesque' 
nnd it was full of action. Terry McUuvcm' 
In n sparring exhibition, wus uu extra attrac- 
tion. Next week, Hie High School Girls. 

i. <iiuin n Theatre (James 11. Curtin. man- 
ager). —Tho programme of the llaltlmore 
nentitlcs Includes : "A Scotch High Bull " 
1 lodges and .Launch mere, .Thompson and 
Colllus, Eddie Armstrong, Ednn Davenport 
Znrrow Trio, Louis M. (Iruuiii and "A llusy 
Night." Next week, the Merry Maidens. 

Miner's Klmliili Vvcnuc Theatre (Kd- 
wln D. »|!ncr. manager),— The' attraction, 
wt-qk of Ocl. "10. consists of the Empire Bur! 
losuuers, a company which gives au excellent 
performance. 

Dewey ThcaTre (Sullivan & Krnus, man- 
agers). — Tho llrst New York uppcarance this 
season of Hoble's Kulekerbui:ker Burlwiuuers 
liegnu with it matinee, Oct. .'10, to uu atidlcnre 
Ihut crowded tills theatre to tin: doors. Tho 
compauy Im lubes some pretty young women, 
who slug well and ure. Inmdnuiucl v costumed 
Thie show slurts with the oho act musical com- 
edy, called "Hcllly's Speech," headed bv Hello 
Wllloti and. Pete Curlt-y. Following 'ibis, is 
the olio, In which appear .luck and Ilerllu 
llleh, singers anil dancers ; Christy and Willi.-, 
comedy ju(f»lers: Lewis and Green, sluing 
and talk lug comedians; Lcs Luros.es. w<ra 
workers, and moving pictures. "Tho Wrong 
Mr. CorlK-tt," u very witty burletta, con- 
cluded the evening's, uuterliihinicui. In KOOil 
shupe. Following Is tbo cast : Mike McGulu- 
ness, Sam Green ; Kitty Kelly, Allccuc Vhi- 
eenl : Llllluu Bustle, llelh: Wilton ; Klcbanl 
K. Sox, Wui. Fattoli : Hob I'ltzhobblu, Oscar 
Lewis : Spider McGov. Jack Rich : Turn 
Skurky, Pcli: Curlej-; Uluo Sisters, Frances 
.Starr niul Irene Turner. Noxt ultntctluu, 
Jiob Matiela'ster'e Cracker .lurks Co. 

IIIJou Thenlre (II. H. She, tuamiKcrK— 
Ihu Id Warlleld slurleil his nlnlli week Oct, 
'.'0. Ill '"I'he Music Mauler." Tim tlij-ee htiu- 
dri-d niul liftlclh per foruiii nee uceurruil i-vun- 
lug of -ib. 

iiiirititi. — At the Ilurli-ui Oueru Uoti.su 
(Alex. LlelHi-nstoln, maUag-.-r) "Tin- llolllek- 
Ing Hlrl," with Sum Itertianl mid Ilutllu 
Williams, this week. Next week, LuluUluscr, 
In "Dolly Dollars." 

WiasT ENIi (U. A. Itlumenlliiil, manager i. 
— "Simple Simon Simple," which has proven 
one of thu laughing successes In Its line, H 
lite offering for 1 In Is week. It wus most 
royally received by n large nudlcucc .')0. Tim 
play Is a mixture of musical farce, opcreiia 
and punioiulhie, and kept the uudleuic lu 
roars of lliugbler from llrst to last. A big 
week's business should be done. Next week, 
"Ale, lllm und L". 

Mtn-uoi'oMM (lleury Hoseubcrg, inauiigeri. 
— "Tho Great Jewel ltobbcry," with the Ilus- 
sell lttus., drew out nn audleure that rmcked 
this hoi in: ,"U. Next week, Yorke and Aihnu-, 
lu "Hankers uud Urokcrs." 

S'I'Ali (Wui. T, Keogh, muiiugcri.— "Tbr, 
Clirlstlun." Willi Hulpli Stuart US the Star, 
Is Ihu nllraetloii for Ibis week, uud full 
houses were lu ultl-nduncs 110. Mr. Stuart 
scored heavily, and Aubrey Ueutllu mido u 
distinct success Hi tho support. Next week, 
Joseph Siinlli-v. 

PlIOCTOIt'H OXB lllMiinai ANU '1'WBNTV- 

rirt'll Sriirei' (J. Austlu Fyucs, general laan- 
ug'er). — "Forbidden Fruit" wus presented 'M, 
and packed Hlo bouse. Wm. .1. Kclley and 
Jessie Ilonslelle were capital. Paul McAllis- 
ter. Sol Aiken, itobcrt nil!, Hralrlec Morgan, 
Agues Scott, Chai'les Abbe and Mutblldc in- 
shou nil scored big successes., The vnudcvlllu 
pri-si.-nls Marie Keller. Dlucksom uud Burns, 
llulhawiiy aud Walton, und uew moving pic- 
tures. . . • . 

Ai.iiamiiii*. (Percy C. Wllllalus. luaraKC"'- 
— TllU bill for Ibis week : Kphralm Thomp- 
sun's elephants, Huildlul, tho haudcuff ei- 
iiert ; i rank Hush, Cnruieuclta, Mr. and Mr... 
Sidney l.ircw. lidwurd Uloudell uud cotopuii}, 
icilu GurrisoD und Urothers Lloyd. 

HtllTKI & Hkamon'b Mumic Hall (Ben 
Ilmtlg, luuunger).— A must excellent bill M 
nffereii tills week. . it uresentH mi ohl llni'i 
favorite., I'uggj' l'ryde, u isdcbralcd Epgllsh 
comedleiuie, who does u very clever specially, 
which made a most favorable Impression Jin. 
OtlicrH were : Hal Godfrey and -.•oinpuDy, rn- 
gun and ltyron, Musical Klelst, Louis Wes- 
ley, Hocbcz^s ponies, tlie Wutormolou Patch, 
Adolph Zlnk, licsuuh und Miller and Hubert 
Dcvouu. 

Gotham (Sullivan & Krnus, managers).— 
The Howery Gxtruvugmr/u Co. made lis W 
Harlem appearance, to a pueked house, M. 
Tim entire show gues with ptaHhwi aellou 
from tho start. There Is plenty of bright, 
comedy, nud the chorua Is exceptionally 
good. Tlie llrst part. "Two Hot Knights, 
presented several good musical uumbers. 3IW 
olio offers : I'slollu Wills, .luggllug Mne lluni, 
Ciiruielllii D'Alccdcre, Beu Juusou. I llckuisn 
Bros., uud Miller uud Krcsko. Noxt week, 
thu Iniroicuii Scusulltm. . . 

Fa.mii.x (Wm. Black, locul manastr).— 
Itenurhi from this house ui-e of a most 
liivoruble nutiire. 'I'he bill lueludea: Meeker 
Maker Trio. Ciimt-ron uad Toledo, lVro and 
Wilson, Wllllums uud Durmody, Hum Dure 
nud Al. C'usey, ,. , 

I'aiaOi: (F. Berusleln. inttuiigei-).-;Uu; • 
ness Is reported lo be great. Tho Mil >}■ 
lleMnus Celdero, Marlon uud Deuu. Slugrr i 
monkey cotuedlaus. i'ulueo Quartette, IBM 
aud (,'raliaia, McKlsslcX and Slmndry, bll- 
lelle Sisters, and kluiilugruph. 

llroukl>ii.— At Ihe New Mouluuk [ft l'- 
Colieii. malinger l "The Kogers Brothers- " 
Ireluud" Uct. yo and week. Lust week Mini 
Burunrd did big biisluesti. Next week, im 
l'eai'l uud I be Pumpkin.'' 

Majhstio (F. C. l-'rldley. liiuuuger'.— 
Charles II. Grupewlu, In "It's Up to mh 
John Henry." this week. Nat M. WH" 
Bcored well Inst week. "Chceki-rs" BOf,'****' 

Guam. ormtA iluCat; (M. T. Wfi d . |p "!; 
muuuger),— Chinmccy olcolt. lu "LdumuJ 
Hurke," begun 81) a two wti-ks' eiigageuirn ■ 
Lust week ^'Tom, Dick uud Uurry" did good 
buslucss. . „-.,,. 

Hijol- (Mury II. Spoouer, muuuger).--- ' • 
Hells of lluslemero - ' Is prcscultd by «M 
Spooticr Company this week. Kdna^Mny nuu 
Cecil Siiooner are secu In the leading rjj* 
Lust week "Miini'ttetlc" did a big buslncbi. 



"Itobcrt limmel" next week. 
ii:iii|oi,,ts, singers aud daiiei-rs; Mill Wood, ()iu<i(cu.w (Percy G. Wllllumf, ntanoin-r)-— 
Noppe uud Koppe, Seymour mid Allen, Bill ibis week : James T. Powers. In "Bream- 
(.corgi: and Gcorgle. Hclslun nud Hood, lug:" Josuphiue Coliaii mid compnuy. ' 

"Friday, Ihe. Thirteenth :" Ncllu Bergi-n, FW 
Mblo. Vut Itooncy und Marion Bent, Orphe"; 
Comedy Four, Fcrret-rus. tliu Wu^'MoulWi" 
Troupe, Dudley uud Chcslyu and tliu i"» 



Uu- Clcrmuulos. uijd Ihe vllugrupli. 

niiidlsou Miiuure I'hcnlri- (Waller N. 
Lnwrcuce, iniinugt-rl. — Henry K Hlxev, In 
"The Muu ou the Box," l-egnu bis llftb week 
Oel. Ho. 

Dyrle Theatre (Sam S. & l*o Shubert, 
luuniigersl,— Dc Wolf llop|s-r. lu "Happy' 
laud." enlei-i-ti, Oct .'»», his llftli week. 

Umpire Tliei»lre(Chailcs Frohman, muu- 
acer).— John Drew opened his ninth and last 
vi eek Ort. 30. in "Do Lnnccy." Next week, 
Maude Adam?, In "Peter Pan." 

■»Vnllack'* (Mre. Theo. Moss, matatcr). 
— Wllllnm Fnverslimn, In '-The Squnw Mnn," 
coinineiiced Ills second we'k Oct. 30, 



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Ul'DU & IhJOMAH'u (Nick Nortou. lann.i 
jet-).— Kdward Clurk, assisted by to* «g 
H'luDlug Widows," singers and duncera, heu"J 
the bill. Others ure: Hilton uud Wjiw 
Nobles, James Thorntqu, tho Threo Keutou.- 
the Flying Ilntlibuns, Ford nnd Wilson. Hs. r " 
and. Healey, Lc9 Zamncols, Bellonscn and tnc 
klnelograph. . Fl1 . 

Kkrvbt-M (F. A. Keeney, ■•■MSf'-TiT 
ward llarrlgan nnd his company are HW ""' 



November 4. 



THE NE¥ YOBK C-LIPPEft. 



051 



limr.-. IJHIWH are: Orniid Opera Trio, Gour- 
lei Sully and tiuntuey, tlio Two Pucka, 
1, le-'ltlri and Woolej, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Wlntr, 
Charles and Ja* Alien m, John K. Hnwley 
and the Keenoyaropc. 

Stui (A U. Kills. manager). — Hcrl liner's 
Morning Olorles, presenting "The Devil's 
Daughter," i)0 mul 'Jyefc 

Alcazar (Wm. T. keoeh, mnnnger). — 
The Yankee. DooiIIh Otrls, la "A Mlsfltablc 
Insurance Company," this week. 

RaoAHWAY (Leo •'. Teller, mnnnger). — 
"Easy Dawson," With Raymond Hitchcock, 
RO Ud i\'eck. Oth Skinner, In "Ills (iraoo 
Da Ornmmont," played la large business 
week ending 2S. Next, "Utile .Inlinny Jones." 

Fni.I.Y (licunet Wilson, ninnngcrj. — Prim- 
rose's Mlnstrcla nre here llils week. '1'ho 
four Mortons played to crowded houses Inst 
week. "Ulrta Will He Olrls" next week. 

G.iat.ty (.Inmcs ('lurk, mnuugcr). — Prwl 
Irwin's Big Show this WW*. The High 
Bolters hnd a big week, ending 2R. The (lay 
Morning (dories np.tt week. 

AMriitoN (W. T. Grnyor. manager). — This 
week's 1)111: Olive May and .1. W. Albaugli 
Jr., l.'mmn Cnrnfi, Henry nnd Alice Taylor, 
the Eight Dntlnr Troupe, Charles Burke nncl 
drnee La Bt» nnd company. Clifford nnd 
Burke, Colby nnd Way, nnd Foster nnd Ida 
dog. Bimlncss last week was up to thn 
standard. 

Cotiiam 10. F. (51 rati, wnnngor). — Hill 
this wok: Joseph L. Tracy and company, 
Delia Stncoy.'llr.ri'ls nnd Itrown. (ho Onldon 
Onto onluteilc, the Musical. Simpsons, thn 
Fen|l Aernlmflc Tronis-, Mnrnrt's dogs and 
monkeys, Kdwnrds and Kerdell, nnd the 
vlingrnph. Hood business last week. 

liMQiti ll' - . It. ('hit, manager). — This 
reel:, lbo Miss Now Vork Jr. Co. Business) 
lost week wllh Itellly A Wood's Show was 
large, 'lite Empire Iturlesquers next week. 

Payton's is. S. Allen, malinger). — 
"Thrnitgh Ihe Breakers" is this week's of- 
fering. "Why Woman 8ln" played to crowd- 
ed houses Inst week. Next, "The Village 
Port master." 

l.voEi'M (Louis I'hllllps, mnnnger). — "My 
Partner" Is revived llils week. "Tlio White- 
cans" did well Inst week. 

Nassau (K, Fleck, manager). — llellly & 
Wood's Show (lib) week. Umpire Burlesque 
Co. next week, 

.Votks. — The Park -Theatre will reopen 
nc\'t Snturdny night, Kot. -I, as (lie Sliubcrt 
I'nrk Theatre. Tills house Tor years wns tlio 
lending thentro of Brooklyn. Many Improve- 
ments have hern made since Inst sensou, and 
It will now he tlio borne of the Shnberr. iv- 
limeo nnd Flske iittrnctlomi. "Sweet; Kltiy 
Kellnlrs" will lie the ooeulng hill, with Her- 

thn Holland The Dllolanlc i'lnyers, 

IntC Wednesday nlglil. Del. 25, gnve a very 
successful presentation of a now cmnedv, 
"The House tainted White," wrllton 
hy one of the players. The Oerinnulu 
Thentro wns crowded at an early hour. 
The piny Is In four nets, uud thu 
author, Anthony R. Wills, was tho re- 
cipient of many honors. He played oho 
of ihe principal cliurncters, and ihe produc- 
tion wns under his direction. 'J lie story Is 
one of American life, the center of Interest 
being n llterateiir Who, while being a model 
of dignity, is driven by nu Indiscreet net Into 
mnny mousing and undlgullled dilemmas, 
which llnally result In his Imprisonment. 
During thn time he Is In prison he manages 
to keep tho truth friini his wife and inotbor- 
lu-lnw. The cast luclades: John J. Ityaii, as 
llnlph Harlow ; Louis Charles Wells, as 
Alva Cnrherry : Anna Cross, as Mrs. fnr- 
berry, and several oilier players, who were 
very clever. 

« 
NEW lailli CITY JOTTIXGS. 



Al.lcn Ni'.it.sKN- will make lier llrst appear- 
ance nt Ihe Casino, afternoon of Nov. U, lu 
a performance of "Don I'asipmle." 

I'AI-'I. Oni.KNOIT's. IttSHMN LlCEl .\l. I hi! 

new theatre of Hint mil tonality, opened Oct. 
2S, at 10 East Third SI reel, nnd Mme. XiihI- 
moir and her company nppenred. 

Axxb SfTilKtit.v.M) 1ms hcen enguged for 
the lending roles Willi the Vorkrillv Stock: 
Co.. opening .Nov. is, lu "llosiirrectlon." 
. Mb. ArroiiAs, u velernn Welsh harpist, 
amicnrcd nt Oetienloglcnl Hall, In \vest 
Mlly-elghlh Street, Del. 27. Tito Interesting 
programme was devoted entirely hi his own 
compositions, which were thoroughly apprc- 
elnted nnd enjoyed. 

Axnnn Mrcss(ai:n, romposeroC "Vcronlqiie," 
arrived from Kunn Oct. L*5. 

Miih. Wm. A. McCoxNm.t. will receive n 
tcgtbnonlnl porformalieii nt Lew Melds' The- 
atre on the afternoon of Nov. 10. Tito the- 
ntrlcnl nmnngciH will do ull In tbelr jiower 
to make it a suecPB». Daniel ITohmnn Is 
elmlrmnn if the committee. 

OSCAU H.\Mui:iiH'n:iN Milled for Kuropo 
lnnt week. Ho wll he gone six weeks, nnd 
while abroad lie will he on the lookout for 
novelties for thn Victoria Thenlro of Vnrle- 
ties, Tiirndlso Hoof Harden nnd (be Col'- 
mm, which will ho opened In September, 

Johf.pii Dli.ios has resigned ns business 
manager of llin liackoll-.Mnnncrlng Co.. to 
resume his duties as general press reprc- 
sentntlvo of "Wonderland," at the Majestic 
Theatre. 

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DRATIIS IN T1IR FHOFRMMIOR. 



H.initY P. HoflAV. treasurer and Inislness 
manngej of (he Hljon Thontrc, Jersey Cltv, 
X. J., nnd formerly of tlio Hognn lirothers, 
Unrry and (ins, known the world over us 

Ihe Happy Jiotlcntnis." died nt his homo 
In tho nlmvn cltv on Oci. 2U, from locomoiar 
ataxy, Mr. Hognn had been n snlTerer for 
nbout nve yenrs, hut remained at his post 
[null ten days ngo, when thn altnck which 
brought the end occurred. He was horn In 
New Vork City In DC.7, nnd began Ids the- 
ntrlcnl career ns prannrty ls>y, In 1HTJ, at tho 
Old llowery Tnenire (now llin Timlin I. From 
i here )n> went !» Nihlo'n (inrden, and two 
y«im Inter branched our with his In-other, 
'■us, ns thn Hogan Bl-ntlieiM, "The llnjipy 
Hotlenlots." They heciune Ininnns th rough- 
our the Unlled Slates and Canada, l-iuropo 
and Austrnllii. Isnler (hey (raveled with 
innerenl: road i.-oiuhlauilnns. such us Leon & 
«. iisliinnn's Minstrels and thn San Krnii<-lsi.-f» 
Mliisirels. They Jolued llnverly's Mns- 
jodon Minstrels nnd went to Kuslnnd with 
(hem, and emtMl n sensation lu ihelr orig- 
inal characler rendition of Ihe Jungle ncr, 

"Ihe White Eyed Kalllrs from (ho Congo 
Mnte, written hy Unrry Hognn. After elgli- 
l«W suecessfitl years ns n vaudeville iierformei- 
Air. Hognn, nlsait fifteen years ago, lieeiiiau 
t icnsiii-er and business innnnger of the Slur 
HIMtre, Brooklyn, of wlilch Col. John \V. 
Homes, his lu-otlier-la-law, was proprietor, 
nnd froui Hint time mull his dentil (wllh tho 
oxceptlon of n short period iiftci- the chnnglnt; 
Of tiunds of (ho Shu- Then t re, BriHiktyn. and 
tmtll the bullillng of the Bijou Theulrc, Jer- 
sey (Hy, when Mr. Hognn wns tronmirer anil 
liiislm-Hs mniiiiget- for Sam Sanl'ord, ut tho 
Hi led Avenue Theuli-e mul Nlhlo's Cni-dea) 
he hnd h#en n rail iiful mnnluyci* of Col, 

I oluios. Mr. Ilognu, hi ISHI). uinrrled Nelllo 
Howard, of Brooklyn. onc> of Hie well kno.vji 
ll'iwnnl Sisters, Nellie mid Kllly. lie Is sur- 
vived |,y bis wife. Ids son Albert nnd -i 
'irolhi-r. The fiuu-ral took pllieo Sunday 
nitei-noon, Oct. I'll, from bis late resldenre, 
{'lid the Inlerineul was lu tireenwood cViue- 
ley. Brooklyn. 

/AX7.IC. ii palmist, ninglclnn nod wonder 
T.-oiker, whoso uuuie In prlvulo llfo was 
Heii'-y M. Turpln, died ut Ihe Sou Joseph 
liiUruiiiry. HoiiKtou. Ten., Oct. 1». from In- 
ilmnuiatory rhtumiitlsui. aged forty-lhri-n 
years. Ho was well known lu Houston, aud 
{five n uiuulier of exhibition* of his skill 
tueie. New Orleans wns his hlrthplnce. In- 
Jermenl wns In ICvergreen Cemeterv. lions- 
Jon, under Ihe nusplces of the WoimIiiicii of 
the w orld, of wblcli he wns a member, 



l.KXJAMl.N C'l l.l.l:.\, ndwrlisiug loaiiater 
of the l-.mplre 'ili.-nire, IMtlsburft mid well 
known m theatrical circles, died In the nbovo 
city (i,-i. jx from inieuiuonln. He wns horn 
In Ilochesier, N. V,. In 1*03, nnd had been 
In I'lttshurg a greater portion of his tlmti 
since isih. He wns llrst associated wllh R. 
J. McCiillongh nt Ihe Dminesne Theatre. 
Plicu he wns with the Itohtnson Bros.' Cir- 
cus, ns advertising representative. In tin) I, 
when Mnnnger McCiillongh took bold of l ho 
l.mplre Theatre, Pittsburg, Dan McCulloiigu, 
who died recently, mid Air. ('alien assisted 
In the nianngenienl. Mnnager McCiillongh 
bad heen assoclmed with Mr. Cnllen off 
and on for rwoi.iy-two years, Hist In San 
Ktanrlfco and then In l'ltt«hurg. 

I.oiis BiKKii, mi netor, died nt the Al- 
gonquin Hotel. New Vork City. Oct. 2A, agi-d 
lorty-elgbt years. He was llin son of John 
Lewis nnd Alexlnn i-'lsher Baker (ilaiwbter 
of Calmer I'lsher, afierward Mrs. i:. X. 
Thayer). His father died In 1'hllndelplilit, In 
is?::, and his mother died In (tint cltv in 
1S87. Mr. Baker wns born In I'hllRdciphln 
In 1S-IR, and wns the brother-ln-lnw of .lolin 
Drew. He hnd been n snlTerer from henrl. 
trouble for some time, and n short time ago 
hnd to quit acting nnd wns In llin 
front of the ihcn(r» In a business capacity. 
Ills Inst nppearunre on Hie stnge wns nt ' lie 
Umpire Theatie, New Vork, ns Amhrnw Hicks, 
la "The Hake of Kllllcrankle," last season. 
Up wns a member of the Lnmhs and Ihe 
I'lnyers Clubs, l-'unernl services were h"ld 
nl Stephen Morrllt's, Klghth Avenue, ()ci. 
HI), nnd the rcmnlns were Interred nl Mount 
Vernon I'enietery. l'lillndeltdila. IW, 

CilAnt.r.s K, ItOsTox, of Ihe Three Bos- 
tons, formerly known as Charles K, Brnii- 
don, of l!nnide.n nnd ('much, died at Ihe 
Acme Theaire, Norfolk. Va„ Oct. S!-l. from 
consumption, nsed (hlrty-three years. Ho 
was a na I he <>r Itnlilniore. nnd played Willi 
(ho Mel.'aiill Opera Co. yenrs ago. He. hnd 
also heen wllh J. K, Toole, Daniel U. Itynn's 
Co,, Annie Leo mid other cnmpnules. In 
IIHlfl he nnd Ills wife, Anna Crouch, cnlered 
vaudeville under the team mime of Brandon 
nnd Crouch wlib-li name they retained null! 
their son Joined the net. when the nnino 
wns changed to Hie Three Bostons. Mr. 
Brandon had managed, at different times. 
Slimmer parks In the vicinity of Baltimore, 
nnd on Sept. 11 Inst ho undertook the Mann 
management of the Acme Theatre, Norfolk, 
Vn. Ilia mother, sinter, wlfo and son sur- 
vive him. Interment wns lu Norfolk, Del. 
lit!. 

Mas. M vim; IlixniiAM, well known ns n 
diameter nctivss, died suddenly from the ef- 
fects of an operation lu a private -hospital, 
nl: H7 West Forly-elghtli Street, New York 
City, on Ocl. I'd. Mrs. Blughnm's Insl en- 
giigeni'-ul. was with Alice Fischer, III "The 
Henonl for lliisbnuds." She wns forced to 
glvo up her rule In (hut play because of 
Ullina health. During recent yenrs she luul 
la-en 111 Kilpporl: of William II. Crane and 
Louis .Mann. She was Ihe widow of William 
A. lllnghaai, who years ago managed Booth's 
Tlioniro. New Vork City, and who superceded 
l-'red Stimuli In directing (he American 
lours of -Mine. Moiljcskn. Ur also tunungi-d 
Ihe tile's' Theatre, In Boston. A daughter, 
Leslie llliigliuni, we'll known ns nu actress, 
survives her. The body was cremated at 
I'l-esh 1'iiiid. L. I. 

Maiuk IiH linv, an actress, wife of 1!. M. 
I.e Hov, nnd sister of Al. II. Wilson, died nl 
Biiffiilo, N. V., ll'-t. l"A nu'i-d I'orty-idun yeais. 
She made her dchiii lu (be slock company ut 
the old Academy of Music, lliilTulo. X. V., 
under the mnmigciocnt of the Meech Bros. 
Iter Inst engagement wns wllh David II. dig- 
gins, In "Ills Last Dollnr." She wns well 
mid favorably kuowu ns u chnraeler .woaian 



lu IhiOTalo, N. Y., Oct. 



throughout thu country. lulcrincot took iilnct 

b.-iiid 
Vlves her. 



Her liusbn 



llcurn.i Mab (Msir, mi actress, died nt. 
i ;ni hah-. 0, Vn Oct. '.'3, from gnsl litis, aged 
twentv-lwo venrs. She luul been Identllleil 
with ihe theatre since early cblhlboisl, play 
lug Kvn, lu "Pni'le Tom's Cnhlu." at the nge 
of seven years. Shire Hull llnui she np- 
penri'd In Yul'lniui juvenile roles in repertory 
couipiiules, nnd was cleier ns a buck nud 
wing diiniTi-. Vlillo lu her leeim she mm-- 
i-led (liHjrm> K. Cnsh, a veteran In the pro- 
fession, long mtsochited wllh Hurry click 
mid other repertory iiianngers. HOT liusbaml 
mid live m.iiillis' old child survive her. 

Sahaii llKIIIX Lu Movnk, whose denlh no- 
tleu nppenreil In these columns last week, was 
one of tho original cast of "Lucie Toms 
Cabin" Cleo. Aiken's verslonL when It was 
llrst produced in I ho Troy, N. Y., Mtiseum. 
She did not crente the pnrt nt Miss St. Clair, 
ns has been stated, ns Sirs. H. C. Howard wns 
the original. W. J. L'' Moyue played Deacon 
l'errv, the role, It Is said, bnvlug heen written 
for lilni. „... 

iliis. Wii.tiir Sn.nox. of Ihe Sllhon 
I-'ninlly, died Dei. 11. lu Hull. ICnglnnd. Her 
slsler, Mrs. Sllrk, of the Stlrk Family, sur- 
vives her. 

l'i:-n:ii Conux, formerly chief of police of 
New York City, died In Wnlpole, Mass., Oct. 
2.1, from lienrt dlnense, nped sixty-four years. 
He was n brother of William J. Florence, 
mid had some experience In the business 
end of Ihenlrlenls. He was nt I'urd.v's 
Chnlltein 'llienlre. nnd afterward was wllll 
l-'ox & LbiKiird. Then ho Joined Ills brother 
"Hilly," who was playing In "Lnlla llookli." 
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WISCONSIN. 



local 



Milwaukee — Without excepiion, 
tlienlres are enjoying prosperity. 

D.ivinsnv l Sherman Brown, manager). — 
Francis Wilson, Oct. 2:S-l'!i, drew cloae to 
uniai II v. ".Mrs. Wlggs of the Cahbnge Pntcli" 
dupllcmed last nensnn's hit 2(1-28. Klhel 
llarrvmnre .'io-Vnv. I, "Thu I loir to the lino- 
rah" Mi "Al "he Old Cross Bonds" 7-11. 

ArAOKMY.— Kdwln Tbnnhniism-'s excellent, 
stocl: comimny iip|M-nri'd In "The I'llhirs of 
Society." I.ilst week, with Us usual arllslb; 
success, Elliel Vuughnn nnd A. II. Van Huron 
doing evceptloimlly line work. Monday. 2.1, 
marl. oil Ihe three lluoisiind six hundredth 
porformnnce of Ihe Thnnhouser rumpany. 
"Dorolliy Vernon of Ilnddou llnil" week of 
80, 

Amiajiuiia — Manager W. W. Wll tig offered 
Kolb and Dill, In "I. ft, V.." week of 22. 
The performance wns Al, nud was well at- 
teaded. Ben T, Dillon, In an Irish chnraeler 
pall, seori'd big. "Skv Farm" week of 2il, 
and "The Smiirt Set" next week. 

1'aii.st (Iz-iiu WaehsuiT, uiunnger), — Jef- 
ferson Dn An-n-lis. in "Fn ii I nun'." 20-28, had 
the "full lionse" sign out every pei-formuiice. 
Mr. Do Augells and Toby Claude holli si-orcd 
heavily. 

St.mi (Frank 11. Trollnmn, innnnger).— 
f'nrr's Thorottalibreils, 22-2S. put on (he best 
olio of (be seisou. The Urondwny Halcly 
(llrls week of 211. Tho Jolly UnuM Widows 
next xvei'k. 

(Jr.Axn (Wnllor W. (Iregg, mnnnger). — Bill 
week of o'l: The llumlliis, Tims. 1-J. Shea. 
H»o. and Llhby Du I'rce, mid Mai-do Trio. 

l'.lislness Is good. 

t'iiYST.iu---reoplc week of 'M: Scvenleen 
1'ekln Xioinves, ll.-HT lire'.-.. Cliiiullus mid 
Scarlet. Bawls nnd Von Kaufman, Wm. dago, 
aud Crystal ijunrU'ttr. 

Bl.loc. — Mun.igcr John It. I'lei-ce hnd u 
winner In Joe Welch, In "Tint l'eddlor." week 
of 22. "Ilnp" Word, it) "The drafter," week 
of 211. "A Bnce for Life" next week. 

XliXK, — Fdgnr Biiutiie wns (prcKi-tileil with 
n hauilHiuie biuoklug act by the lucinhcrs of 
Ihe Th-iuliousei- cotupuuy, after his hist np- 
pcaruucc at lb'! Academy. Sunday, 22. 



Iln'oi's Oivhesli-.i, auspices of V. M. C, A., 
4 ; "I'lorodura" ft. 

Bunt- iW. F. tinllaijbcr, mnnnger). — mil 
for week of Oct. !!0: Lombard Bros., M 
mid Hazel Lucas, Louisa Kehmldtro. Will 
nnd Jennie Aruiond, Mr. und Jlr.t. Mori-ell. 
nnd Kmmett Onllngber. 

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t'AMKOR.MA. 



IiOM An iri-lcs. — At tho Mn.son Opera 
House (II. c. Wyntl, mnnnger) "The Ctrl 
from Kay's" attracted good sized audiences 
Oct 19-21. "I'eggy from Pnrls" wns well 
nilonded SS3. the opening night of three per- 
formances. "The Chnjierons 11 211 2S, Flea nor 
lto>is»>u. In "Merely Mary Ann," .10 nnd 
week, wllh "In u Balcony" for matinee 
Nov. 1. 

Itttuacn (John It. Blackwood, mnnnger). 
— "A Fool and His .Money" was well pre- 
sented wis>k ending Oer. 22. "The Last An- 
pen!" 2;l-2«. "I'tiderlined : "Tho Sword .if 
(be King." 

Mouoscn's BrmiANK (Oliver Mrnsvo, mnn- 
ngorj. — "The Forbidden Mnrrlnge" drew 
weli nr thli linnw ltl-21. "rrou I'rou" 2it- 
2S. "May Blossom" underlined. 

Gmxti Oernv llor.se tclareneo Drown, 
manager).-— ijoeeu of Hie Highway" iilensed 
(he ellntolo 111 21. -Arlmnn" 2.1 2R. 

Oui'in-fM (Mnrlln Heck, general mann- 
gei-).-- Features JJU nnd v\-is>k : Arthur 
I'rlnen, Leslie nnd Dnlley, Mllnnl Trie, 
Fi-antRhert, Olxein and Holmes, Hal Mer- 
rill. Mncy und Hull, motion, pictures, l'ncked 
houses. 

I'xnjt'i: (llentu i- Znllee. pro|irlelors). — 
Week of 2:1: The Slock Slslers, (ho )!ar- 
nards. Amniuly, tho ColligD Trio, and 
I iiNpieosc-jpe. 

Casino i a. .1. Mnrgnnatcrn, manager). — 
lor mo wicks, eiimuu-nelna 2:1, niotlou ph- 

I ures of tho Brill-Nelroii llgdl. 

ltiin.MiWAv i.\. .1. Moigarisiern, mnnnger). 
-Ihe Casino atti-nctlons aro moveil to tho 
Broadway diirlni: Ihe Brill-Nelson pictures. 

Novu.ty 1 1.001; Uivy, manager). — This 
bouse opens 2il : Hockhlw, .1. W. Mcdniib, 
two Franrlsi-os, Sanderson and Bowinaii, 
moving plcitn-'s, the (iottlohs, nnd Hoval 
Hawaiian Oiilntetlc. Business slnris off well. 

Kisciikb'h (it A. Fisher, munngcr) .— 
I-eatiircs 2;; aud week: Drew and Donn. >lu- 
sleal Heeds, motion pictures, and Muck, In 
"Iionn the Line." 

F.Miiiii] (Billy Banks, inauagct-).— Font- 
ores 2S nnd week : Wagner, Smith and Kills, 
Billy Banks, Mndnlllnu Trio, rlnenintugrnph, 
ami slock, lu "Under the Oas I'lpes." 

Wi:i.siF.s (iiiiuo Welch, nmiiager).— Feat- 
ures 22 nnd week: The company, In "Tho 
Ladles' Club De I'nree;" lu olio, Havel nad 
Url 11.111. 

Cim:ouiiai-ii (J. A. Browne, manager).— 
Fca'iircs :_-.•: and week: Hill Sisters, Mnhel 
Hiiinln-rt, tin- Danclug Downs, und Ihe Flelih- 
i-i-s. 

Notkh. — Km un Fames appeared nt Simp- 

son Auditorium 21 Art Inn- I'rlnee, veil- 

Irlloqulsi, miiiio a distinct bit nt tho or- 
phcum. 

« 

film AiiKclfM.- -At (he Mncdonougli (C. 
1*. Hall, niiiuunerr'Tlie Chaperoiid" drciv fair 
houses Oct. 13, ill. "The Siiltnn of Hutu" 
had excellent business I,*, III. "Foggy fi-oin 

Fails'' played in ( -ii| Ily 10-21. Ellerv's 

Bund drew well 22. Kleauor Ilolisou 2:i-2,'i, 
"In Old Keiiiuck," 211-ill. 

LlttXBTV III. W. Bishop, milnngei-i. — Bish- 
op's Stock Co. drew excellent houses week 
ending 22, III "Tlio Comity Full-." Tlio 
Nellls, supported by Bishops company. In 
"The Lottery of Love," 2II-2H. "The Light 
liteninl" follows. 

LtnnCMMT (('Hllnhan ft Clnyloli, inuuagers). 
Ihe Ci-esccnt Stock Co. drew cnpnclly bouses 
week ending 22, lu "Thn King of Deiectlves." 
ilegidnr sloelr, In "Snphu, 2.1-2H. "Why 
Women Sin" in lnlluw. 

Bki.i, (Kd. Iloiuuu, managei).— Attrucllons 
:i<l und week: 1,'elliince Club tlnurtello, Col- 
lins and La Belle, the iliiseh Fuinlty, Arthur 

Melvbi, Delphi mil Delmore, the Lu Toll 

Brothers und Bell motion lilctiiica, Canuclty 
biistnesa rules. 

Ni»vi:i.-t'V (Teiny Lubelskl, ni-inngcr). — 
Featnri's .'10 and week: Fred IIIKou, Lulllo 
Synioiids, McCrei ami Poole, Laurel and 
Southern, Marguerite Havls, Hut York-Herbert 
Trio, ar.d (ho Novelty projectosiope. Husl- 
nesM Is to S. it. ( 1. 

F.mi-iiii: (F. M. Carlson, mnnnger).— Bill 
DO and week . Kelsey Moore, Chos. J. Darker, 
the Hutclis. Morell mid l.ieelcy, thn llnriMuhou 
Comedy Four, ami Kmplro motion nlotiires. 
BiislnvsN Is gon.-i. 

Notici — Harold Bauer, pianist. In concerl. 
Oct. 27, nt the Liberty Thcntrc, dlrectlor of 

lira, /oe lileea Itndcliffe. 

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MIC'llIU.lN. 

Dclrolt.— At Hi.- Detroll Opera House 
(B. C. Wlillni-y, manager) "Ihibes in Toy- 
land" drew packed bouses week of Oct. 211. 
The company was llrst class, and the mindi: 
caleby. Iloheii Fdeson, In "Stroiiglieail," 
week of .10. 

LYORim (M D. Slalr, mnnnger). — "Our 
New Mlnlsler," presented by 11 cnnnhln com- 
puny, plnved to good business 22 2S. Ilavhl 
lllggins, lu "Ills Last Dollnr," week of 2I». 

Lakavi-iti: (Dr. (.'nmpbell, mnnnger).— 
"The Heart of Mnrylnnd." presented by mi 
all stnr cnsl, eiilei-iulned largo und appro. 
elallve audiences 22 2S. "Boy llinghnui," by 
1111 nil star cast, week of .'In. 

Wiii'i'.NHY |K. I». Stair, iiiaimger). — "Keeret 
Service Sam" scored an emphiirh- bit 22-2H, 
and iMi-kml lionsea ruled. "All llyo Witness'' 
week of 2P. 

Ti:Mrt.H (.1. II. Moore, mnnnger). — Last 
weijk'n bill wns llrsl class, nnd crowded 
houses ruled. Atii-acihuis for week of Sid In- 
clude.- The Mlllliii-y Oclcllo, II, J. Joiie, )li<. 
Muhon's Mlimlrcl Maids, (lay Clemr-nt and 
compnny, .MeMuhou and ('bnpelle, Miiithen-s 
and Ashley, Toledo and Price, Hie Five Fills- 
coills. and the kiueie.graph. 

Avi:nii: I Drew .V Campbell, tnnnngcrn).-- 
Innnienl Mulds offered 11 good niiierlnln- 
nieiil uud drew Ihn usual crowded Iioiihi-s 
22-2R. The alieiithinee Ihe present season 
I'ur exceisls Hint, of the past, and the nil ruc- 
tions seem lo he of a high ordep. Dream- 
land Itenutles week of 211. 

l.'iiVHT.w. (J. .1, Nash, mnnnger).— Anol her 
good bill nud good houses ruled the past 
week. Allraelloiis for week of !S0 Include: 
Ilortoii, Colo nud Jiixou, Ma Juno, i^ive and 
Kolliis, Fred and A1111I0 Point, Claude Kauf, 
Oliver Wllbcr, ami the kluodrouie. 



Cx-elleni puirousee contlnnw. Week of Oct. 
211: CHnier;ii nnd Flanagan, John Donnelly, 
Usher Slslers. Fox and Summers, llnrry 
Haley am! Clinrloll-' llavenscrori. 

Smitii'h (Mrs. W. II. Smith, manager). — 
Week of Oct. 22 (he Oalety Olrts drew well. 
Coming, week of 21), innocent Molds, 
1. ■ 

llnl«li« Crrck — At the Post (K. B- 
Siulih, malinger) "The Isle of Bong Bong" 
had a hlc house Oct. 20. "Tho Heart of 
Chicago," 21, pleased. "A Ue gnr rale ciwiice" 
2,1; Itoycr Bros., 21, nnd "The King of ihn 
lbo np.um King." 2ft. pleased, lirnce Vim 
Slitddlford "o, "The Woman In Hie Case" 
Nov. 2, "The Irish Pawnbrokers'' I. -Shoot- 
In-.' ihe eiinloa" 7, "'Che Two Johns" 10, 
"sky Farm" I.Y 

lli.ioi' tW. S. Bntierflehl, manager). — 
Hill litis week: Fiigene lleary, Dldn. Kales 
Unix, lessen' and Jmaae, nkrard Wiiklns, 
mul new pictures. 

I 

SflRlnnsv. — At the Aendemy (Jos. Pearl- 
stein, mannger). — Tho lllmmeloln Slock Co. 
Iil.lvcd to fair luitlnosa Oct. 22-2S, with n 
good eompniiy. "The tilsh Pawnbrokers'' 
2il, "The lloosler Clrl" Nov. .1. 

jFTFrns i Bamford & Marks, manngersl. 
— Week of Oct. 2'.': Sidney Donne mul com- 
pany, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter 1.'. IWuives, Fish- 
er nnd Johnson, Jos. Vnnlo, Brown nud 
Wright, Annln ijoldlo and Hurry Hosellne. 

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ILLINOIS. 



La Crosse— At (he La Crosse (W. V. 
flnge, manager) "The sho-'lun,'' with John 
llonslmv. played to capacity Oct. 111. "Mrs. 
Wlggs. of I be Cabbage Patch," drew S. it. 
I). •'The llnjah of Bbong" 211. "Damon anil 
Pylhlns" SSI, "l.ovo Against Ijold" Nov. II, 



liny Clljv— At Ihe Washington (W. J. 
Da-nil, malinger) "Down by llin Non' 1 drew 

II fair sized house Oct. IW. Adelaide Ttiutv 
(on presented "The Triumph of Belli-" be- 
fore a large iiud'eiiee. 211. Bi-ii Heudrlcks, 

III "OI'J Olson," had S. It. O. 22. mid fair 
slued house 2:1. ",\ utile ouicnst" did 11 
inning business 21, 25. "The Two .Tubus" 
Nov. n. Da vl.l lllggins (1, "A lliKisier dill" 7. 

Hum; tl>. c. Pllmorc. inanuger). — This 
now vaudeville house will op<-li Oct, :;t), wllh 
Hurry w, spliigohl ami nnunuir. lu "A 
Touching Sto.-y," as a heiidllnnr. Ileim and 
Murray, the Juugllng .Math.-u., and three 
oilier good act* 

Nii-ri:. — Anna Maitwell Join-s, hnrplnt, of 
tills eliv. Ichvch .Nov, I, fe,r 11 tbreii inoiitbs' 
lout- wllh the IiilcruuUoiial llureaii, of Chi- 
cago. 

■ ' ■ 1 I 

Orniiil ltniilds.— The New Powers f lIArrv 

0. SomuicrM Ik COn malingers) boa beeu dark 
tor iwo we/;ks. Coming: L'ltrii Knndnll Nov. 

1, '"the Woman lu the C'tiH-" .1, L'thol Hurry- 
mor-j I. 

Ma.iuntic (Orln Stnlr, uiunnger).— "Ills 
Last Dollar," Oct. 22-2.1, phi, veil To capacltr. 
"More to Ho Pitied Thau Scorned." 2<l 2S, 
firew well. Coming: "Our New Minister" 2'.l- 
Nov. -I, "The Seminary <llrl" fl-ll. 

Iluxa (Churchill it Davis, managers). — 



IVorln — At HieOrand (Chnmherlln, Ilnr- 
rincion i<i Co., iiiniingcrs) Cliiirles B. Ilniifnrd 
ii|ipeiii-ed Oct. 21. to fair uilcndnnec. "Her 
linlv Sin," 22. drew well, nnd pleased. "Thn 
lliinawiiys," wllh 'leo. Fviins and Chnrllo 
Dux, both Peoria iiroilucls, drew well 2.1. 
Karn Ke-nilall's sale for 27 was gmllfylng. 
■Mrs. Lelllngwell's Bools" Nov. I. "Ilomnii 
1 let. rls" ."., -The I loir lo !ln« llenrnli" 0, 
llli-hnrd Mansileld S. 

Main- Sn:r.i:T 1.1. (.'. Culler, inanuger).-- 
Verlinble Jams Inst week. Hill week of Ocl. 
2ti : Marvelous June, Forbes und Forbes, 
Holmes nnd Wnldron, Mnrguerlle Newlon, 
Hyde and ll.-aih, I'. J. Smlib mul klnodrome. 

Wiiast's iC. F. Ilartson. innnitgeri. -Chock 
full here nightly. BUI week of 211! I'opo 
and bis dog, the Two James uud the Two 

Kir*. 

.(.irons' (A. F. Jnceibs, manager). — Busi- 
ness fair. BUI week of 21): The Zlmnier- 
i-iaiis, tho Seymours, the Mhlgleyn and inor- 
Ing pictures. 

a 

Hulticy. — At the Fmplre (W. L, Busby, 
mnnnger) the Jink Hoeiller Co. opened 11 
week's cnimgciueni, with big business, Del. 
22. "Tho Wayward Sou" .10, -Iliinimi Heart*" 
"I,, "Mrs. LWlliigwi-H's Bools" Nov. II, "The 
Funny .Mr. Hooley" I. l-ibler Stock Co. r.-X. 

Btioit (I'nil-lik & McCouuell. niaungel's). — 
Big houses dully. Ciiitciii mi : The Finns 
Trio, Wallncn and Beach, (IIIIII11111 nud 
Broeee, Tom Lnticnslcr, Ana Mno Sirmiss ami 
moving jileiui-es 

XliTK. — Snm .Strauss, singe mnnnger. and 
Ann Mae Lb-hlg, vocalist, both of the llljou, 
were married at midnight, (let, 2.". 

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VIIIOIMA. 

Norfolk. -Al die Aendemy of Music (l)tlo 

Wells, local manaorrj "The ilHsiin," oei. 2(1, 
21. bad very KOlb-fnelory ceiiiius. "Miss 
Ikdl While" .'S. Pm-.llne Hull Nov. N. Lewis 
Moii-|.v.n 10. "A Madcap 1'ilin-ci.s" l(. 

(SltiMiv (lino Wells, loi-iil manager). -- 
"ll.iw llilxter istiiliil lu" wilt of Oct. ill). 
lliisln.'s'i Is very p-oud here. 

I'.t.inii (Abb, Smith, uiunnger). — Proiiln 
week ol' in: (icorgo Snow, Three Fcoi-o Sis- 
ters, Wells nnd Shorloy, II, Scagcr mid Harry 
Khifer. Business Is gisid. 

AcNR 1 Wllkeisnii & Mauzlc, iiiaiiagers). — 
Bookings week of .'pi: Cbas. V. Auili-rsoii, 
Furl Iti'slilli, Fl.iiikford nnd i.lllllle. Ileorge 
Aibiins, Wilson and Holt, mid Turner and 
Turner. Business is g I. 

A'-iiitoiiii'M (J. M. iinrlnii, mannger). — 
New nenule wed: of Sill: Lilllnu iliirdner, II. 
More.v, Fraiiklorl and Clay, Cbns. I.', llenta, 
und Bieclier and May. Business Is good. 

Manhattan icrlnnlnii Bros., managers).— 
People week of lit* ; Jack Hloeklon, lbo Mud- 
don.-, May Lemuels., the lloyce Bros, and Leo 
Floreti-.-e. Business Is good. "A Miner's 
Onlb," hy Leo Florence," week of .10. 
» 

lllolimoiid. -At the Ai-mb-iny of Music 
(Cbas. W. Ilex, iiinniiger) llnrry Beresforil 
presenled "The Woman llaler," lo a large 
audience, Oct, 21. Frank 1 leslion. In "The 
Otllee Boy," drew 11 well lllled houso 2.V 
■Miss Bob While" ,1i), Sheptird's moving pic- 
lure's Nov. 2, Lewis Morrison, In "Fansl.' 1 I). 

BiToii tWells ,t McKce. innnngArai.— "The 
Black Crook" played lo well lllled Iioiihcb 2SI- 
28. "flay New York" .10 and week. 

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UKOIIHI.l. 



\iiiiniii. - -At Ihe Oriind (11. L. & J L. 
lVo Olve, mniiagers). — Fllle l;ilnler Ocl. 2U. 
"Babes In Toylniid" came 20, 21, to crowded 
houses. "Thu College Widow." 2-1, 25, drew 
big nudlenres. -'The County Chairman" (re- 
riirn engagement.) 27, 2H ; "Tim Clniismun" 
:!U-Nnv. I. 

Burnt (Jake Wells, manager). — "A Son of 
rest did eiipnelly tuiKlnoHH week of Del. 28. 
Daniel llvmi l.'o. .10 nnd week, 

STA11 (J. B. Thompson, mannger). — This 
house continues 10 prosper. The return of 
Triiehenrl. Dillon und Burke niel with fnvnr. 
Bill for week of 2.1: (icorgn mid Belle Mil- 
ton, Bob und Man llewlette, Triiehenrt, Dil- 
lon and lliirk", Unman Sisters, Mm Keunn, 
ileorgla TliomiiH nnd Joe Downey, Kutn Lu 
Wolf, Marie Barry, Aitm-s Mllcholl, Fanny 
Amos, Lillian May Mil.., piilllls, Lodlow Al- 
len and moving plriiireit. 

Notmh. — Ceniry Bros.' RhOWR rnine 27, 2H. 

Illngllug Bros, Nov. 1. 

» 

Mnron.-- At llin (Irnnd (D. 0. Phillips, 
manager) "Vork Slnte Folks" enme, la fair 
reiunis. Oct. ci. "Bnbes In Toylund" iimuscd 
largo audiences 14. "A Biimli of Kevs," 17 : 
"The County rhiilrintin." IS, mid "Bnsliit- 
Brown." HI, nil ilreiy birge and well pleased 
iiudlencns. "The Clniismun" hnd Ihe en- 
nnelly 21. "Ilnwil Klrke" 2SI. "Iluimin 
llearlH" 21. "Sowing (ho Wind" 27, 

Ilixor.ivii BnoH.' Cinoi-s .Nov. 2. 

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WASIIINttTON. 



'I'nconin. — At (he Tnconia Thentro (Cul- 
vln Heliig, mnnnger) "Hen Ilur" drew packed 
houses Oct, Itl-ls. "The Temlertool," 20, 
hnd good iiHi'iidiiiice. "Vork Hi nl n Folks'' 
21, 22. "The Marrlngi! of Kitty" 21, ttO, Jluie. 
Herriiinnu 2'.). 

HAVOV (C. Vork, liuiimgei-).— The Wash- 
Inglou Suelely (ilrls 1|)-21. Tho Tiger Lille* 
2U-2S. 

OiiAMi (Deiin Worlcy, manager). — Wee* 
of 2ii : Princess Chluitlta, (ilndntone Children, 
Ithhiiids and Itli'hard". Heels and Dow, 
Hague mul llerhert, uud W. C. l/oyl. 

S-i-.iu.---Thi- Allen Stock l.'o. week of 22. In 
"The Three Muskeleers," and week of 15, In 
"I'uder Two Flags," drew good houses, 

ciiYSTA). anij Oiii-iicuJl uro doing good 

Illlsllll-Hs. 



ITAII. 

Snlt Luke CHj/.— At the Halt Late The- 
alio (Ceo. D. Pypor, ruaouipir) Wilton Lack. 
aye, lit "The I'll," played in good vtiuam* 
ocl. 111-21. "Tho UTrl from h'uy'a" did good 
lui-luess 21-2(1. 

(Javxn (Artli.ir Smiley, minager). — "L'ncle 
Jmh Pcrklna" did good busbies" 22-20. 

No-re. — Fmnia iTaines gave a concert nl 
(he Tabernacle 20, which wits well attended 
by On appreciative audience 



OHIO, 

spriiittflelil.— At (he (Band Oporn ItMM 
II* J. Dnlle, mnnnger 1 "Alvln .loslln" enmn 
to good business Oct. 21. "The Isle of 
Spice" had a fair nudlenre 2.1. Mildred llol- 
111111I played in good business 21. Thomas 
W. Uoss bad 11 fairly well (ltled houso 25. 
"Tlio Land of Nod" 2(1. "Two Little Waits" 
2S. "Al Fluey Hldge" .".(l-Nov. 1, 

Otil'ilir.u (fins Sun, mminger).— BUI for 
week of Del. .1(1: Tegge and Daniels, Knox 
Bros., ibe (irrvllles, lienevleve Riitberford, 
new lllnsi rated songs ami motion pictures. 



Vonnusliiivii. — At. the Park The* 
(Lee 'Norton, mnnnger) "llunnlng for Offl. 
did. wed O.-i. 21 '-'."• "Love's Loiiery." , 
played 10 good IhisIwm. -ijulncv Ada 
Sawyer" 27. 2S, "The Uenlus and (he Moil 
"0, "Fhen lloblen" Nov. I, "Bnbeii In T 
bind" 2, "A I Plney Uldge" .1. -I. 

CttAXP OMNll lloi-Hi: (T, IC. Albnnph, m 
ager). — Irene Myers' Co. week of Oct. ;tu 

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Wleblin.— At the cawford IE, L. Marl- 
ling, iiuiiiimer) A nun i:va lav drew good 
houses nnd pleased week of Oct. III. Klks' 
Imperial Minstrels (local) |. leased large an 
dlences 2SS. 21. "A Lit He Diilenst" 27, Morey 

sioek co. weik of an, 

T'lt.cn Allinniili 11 (II. C. Tolei- & Hell, 
proprlelorx). I'he .Mclionald Sloel; Co. closed 
a successful week's business. In "Dixie Land," 
21. 

Bijou (C. 1:. 01,'Ron, mnnager). — llnnsnn 
nnd Drew, lu "The Village 11111 Poster ;" tho 
Viilpos, Ihe Alieiims, into Olesoil, Pearl 
Bnliey, souks nnd pictures. 

Lyiiii: ill. D. Sipdres, mnnager 1. — Tho 
llnminonds, ihe llemlei-sonn, Fnrl Trent, Dan 
Sehotlehl, songs nnd plciures. 

Under m tem$. 

I'awnch Bill. Notkii.— Beyond n rcuaon- 
iildo doubt. Mji j. l.l in.. iPn wiiii- BUI) has 
proven Oils sensou Hint 11 llrst clnss Wild 
West show can follow' any lnrgu elroiit, and 
nelllier tho circus or Wild Went suffer there- 
from. (111 our lour through Oklahoma Ter- 
ritory und Indian Territory almost every 
-tmol lins belli III opposition lo oim of tho 
hi 1 iter circuses, mul with all this, our busi- 
ness through hero this sensou has been I ho 
largest lbo show has over done west of tho 
Mississippi it I lor. Oklahoma City, FA Hone, 
llot-nrr mul Ardmnre were tiirnnways. At 
Lnwioii. okliihomn. Oeruiilnio, thn Aiinch-i 
chief, who Is bebl nl Fori Sill ns n primmer 
of ivnv. vlsllid the show, permission lining 
muled lilni Ihtonirli Ihe Influence of (leo. 
Ilenilncion. ipiarleriunstel- nt. lbo furl. At 
Oklahoma env, India Temple of Myaile 
Sbrliieis oHomleil In 11 body, to piirllefpnlo 
lu lbo chl'lHleiilug of a siutoiI while baby 
camel. A very dlslliigiiislied iiuillenco grne.-il 
1. 111- iirenii 111 ukhi, which wns csilmaied by 
11111 11 v old timers ns being (he largest that 
had ever been drawn (o nuv Irnnd cxhlhl- 
ihoi In olthihoiiia city, (in del. in, ut Al'd- 
iniii-e, I111I. Tor., wllh lbo big day of thn 
couiily lull- ns opposition, wo hnd 11 turn- 
away lu the ufi.-ruoiui, mid a very ei-owdcd 
lillilit. house. We will close ulir season 101 
Nov. I, nl; Mtildeu, Mo. II tins beeu lbo 
most shcccsyfnl si-osou of Ma). Lllllc's cil- 
re.-i-. Already preiiaruiloiis uro iindur way 
for luiincblnir, iicm hi-iihoo, lbo Inrgi-st und 
besl wild West ahow ever organlxed. Thu 
Ureal Fur i'.nsl iiepni-tincnt will hn nug- 
ineiiieii by Hie .iililltluii of a number of for- 
I'lim rnci-is, never he lore aeeu lu Aluerlcll, 
Tie-so will be liliiccd oil the platforms III 11 
large canvas. 1. form mi elliiinloglciil con- 
gress Ii lake Ihe place of a circus ineuugei'li . 
The i-how will he en In rued Ihloiiultoiii. 

.Mil. ami Mua. Sam Wat.soN wish lo deny 
Ihe report Hail Ihey Were it rniuled wllll Hi" 
Mel'adihii I'll (lis, ntiroiul. Mr. Watson also 
stiiles Hull he lias heen with tho lliirniini 
\ llalley Show for Hie past six nr seven «eo- 
sous, fin cliiinis lo be the only Sum Wnimm 
III Ihe show liimmess. 

John II vt:i;tii.,v ivrllea -. "The PuhlllotiCH 
Circus uud Vorlcly Co., for the Winter sen- 
son In ll.iviiun, Cuba, Mill Horn New Vo.-i., 
ocl. 2(1, In coinnniiy with Aiilonlo Piihll- 
loiies, 1 will hill) 011 Oct, -."'. Willi niioibei- 
eoinpiiny mid 11 grutid wild milinnl culloclloii, 
Itirlodlng 1 in- well known circus of Mr. Ilnr 
grenve. The opening of the seniton will lie 
Nov. SI, In Hie (iriinii NntlntinS Tbenlre, for 
merly known ns llin Tnenn Opern lluuae, 
wh'ch has been engaged by Mr. J'liblllour*. 
All laisltiets uficr ibis dale wllh performerH 
will be li-niisacleil In lliivnua, Cuba," 

NllTKH 1 1111.U -I'll)! Fli.lNK A. BlIIIIIINH AM, 

Fisvrri.-i) Slloivs.- VVe clnseil a very biicccsh- 
fill nensoii on ilel. ID, nl Hover, Del., mid lbo 
members have left lor different parts of Ihn 
country, (if lbo executive slalr, Troaiinrif 
John L. Hleniiiia has gono lo Winchester. 
V II., lo buy horses; J. C, Hunk* Is visiting 
friends In New Vork, Cbas. Kpragiie, llin 
rlulil hand man lo Hie "governor," Is homo 
lu New Vork for 11 few days, nfler whlCh lie 
lakes no his work nualii wllh lbo show I'm- 
lbo Winter; Dave Haley, Hie well known 
colli rnclor. Is luleiidliig lo leave shortly with 
1111 attraciloii for Ihn Winter season ; li W. 
Coli-iuiiii. who wns iiinmiger of lbo iidvr- 
Using cur, lias gone 10 rrlslh-hl, Mil., where 
be baa leased Hie Opera Houso for a lerm 
of yours: his wife, Lillian May Culeuinii, 
who was mailing clerk wllh Hie show, him 
also Joined blia In Crlsllehl, where Ihey 
have established a Very nice Utile home. 
The p"oplo of the (own have certainly nindo 
no mistake when they succeeded In gelling 
Mr. Coleman 10 coino there. Ford Beckmiiu. 
Hie general ugem, Huh gone 011 10 HI. Louis 
lo take charge of the udvnnce of DockHlud- 
er's Minstrels; W. M. ilondwln, mnnager of 
Hie No. I cur, has gone to Now Vork, to go 
out with Home allow for lbo Winter season | 
ch.is. find Frank A. Jr. hove gone in mlm 
Hie i-n'e of llin Winter uiiailers oil Ihelr 
shoiibli-i'H. This In one of the few shows 
Hint went mil last Spring mid i-iiuie buck 
wllh whin you could call a hank roll, 

.loMi'i-ii T. Mi'C.iiiiMiv was again remand- 
ed al How Street Police Courl. London, 
ling., Ocl. 27. Counsel for ihe defense pro- 
leslod aniilnst tin- long delay. 

'I'll 11 (Sou. m.hi linos, closed 11 highly suc- 
cessful sensou Del. ||, mid will Wilder tln-lr 
show nl lliiiiiboo, Wis., mul not nl. Freepoil, 
us has been mentioned. 



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M gll< 
al ihe I'l'ol'essloiinl Woman's Letutue Oct. 2SI. 

.Mini. L. Ilni-icivs. unit Ii-t of Mrs. li, F, 
French, of "Cherry Valley" Co.. und Frank 
Hopkins, iiiaiiager of "Thin Lltile Swede" 
Co., died In Cbli-agi) oil Met. I, aged seveiily- 
nne years. She was a mil lie of Hentlle, 
Wash. The body was taken to llcnsm-lncr, 
Hid., for Inlerineul. 

KCN'VoN IIIHIIM 1 bus b'-en eiigiigod for a 
promlueiit comedy rob* lu "Before und 
Afler," ivhti-h opens ut Hartford, Conn., 
Nov. II, 

I'm: Wm-ri: IIatm had a social sesshui Oct, 
2'l. nnd will liiiv- anotlter Nov. 2. 

Wll. 1,11.11 II. Coi.nv, of lbo Colbv Fnnilly, 
wits made a member of the II. P. O. lilks, 
Lodge No. 28". uf Lllznbelli. N. .1., on Thurs- 
day nltrhi, Oct. lu. Thu return of tlie 
Colby Family In vaudeville bus been one or 
tin.' hu.iU'd features uf (bin hcdkou, and at 
llu'lr every engagement, tbey htive met wllh 
deaioiiKlrmloiis of welcome, nud lbo usual 
hourly approval of ihelr rellned musical act. 
After ploying Hi" Doric Theatre, Vonkers, 
N V„ del .10- Nor. -I, Ihey open on ihe Poll 
circuit .NoV. <l 10 Dec. IN. 

J. A. Asmtr.iTS has brim engaged by tlio 
Inlor-Stnto Annmeini'iit ('<>., ns singe manager 
ror ihelr New Majestic Tbenlre, at Dal bin. 
Te*. 



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THE ISTEW YORK CLIPPEB. 



November 4, 



the GREAT PRIMROSE minstrels 



Ad Army of Minstrel 
Talent. Fanny Come- 
dians, Excellent Sing- 
ers and Dancers a la 
Primrose. The largest 
and lust Minstrel Show 
touring. 

BROOKLYN" 

Till* YVKF.K. 



' : -' i ,V-,W:' :■:*."■ 




Conceded by the Press 
and PnJIie every- 
where, that 
PRIMROSE HAS 

THE GOODS. 
"Everybody works in 
my troope." 

BOSTON iS 

TO FOLLOW. 



irojpr* i 



AT LIBEBTY AFTEB ROY. 7, 

JOINT OH NIlfOliB, 




VERSATILE LEADS. 

BIlIEfUICII 



UEAVIK8 OK 

HEN. Ill H. 



JIVBNH.EB AND 
INGENUES. 



Address CONCORD, N. c, Oct. sound week; 
ABIIEV1LLE, N. C, follo wing. 

MEDICINE LECTURER 

WANTED. 

Mini know how to lulk mul I » able In gel the 
money. No noo/ors; Jusl got rid of one. Salary 
»iid commission. Yoar'acngagctiioni. Show now 
mi road. Ainu waul. Good All Aronnil Actor. 
Way all llinlletter. UK. It. II. M, M >. KBNZIB. 
Uiiii Ponn Ave, pltiabnrg. hi. 




TWO llliill TENORS, r im»Ml;oNi:. II. and O ; 
FIRST VIOLIN, Double Cuioel or Hnifr! {WOUND 
VIOLIN', OonblO Alto. Cull w Ml.NSTHBL PEO 
PLK ul all limes; Blulo your lowest in firslj mum. 
Iio low, wo pay e.xponsoH, Per. address, 
l . J. PALSIKH. 
'■'4 UeliiiuulBt., Worceste r, Muss. 

Wanted yctiols, 



WANTED, 

A No. 1 




IN ALL LINES. 

Address VIA STOCK CO., 

Frankfort, Ky. 



Slot Machines 

CUr PRICES! CUr PRICES! 

Our i" ni Souvenir Postal Card Machines will cam 
If. piTiUy, Picture Machiuos, Jim .'>(). stereoscopic 
VlOWB, 7&C. dOZCII. Ellison Mult I'honogiuphs, $86 
each. IKK. Kits MKG. CO, 

117 Weil M.l m ., \. iv York City. 



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JACK PERCY, 

Comedian with Strong Specially. 



ill .VI TOON. 1 1. 1.. 



1 

Willi specially, others write. 

IT.OVD It. Illlll.l.' CO., 

ivtiutiott, Mo., Nov. 'J- J; Paragon. Id, Ark., u-s. 



Young Man 23 Years of Age Wants to Learn 

ADVANCE WORK. Aui no boo/.or orolijurutto Ueiid. 
Can Join on v. ire. Will work widiu learning for 
kxuuusos only, home esperloucc. Write or wire. 
A. Ft DaVEY, pare ol Qou. Pol., Indianapolis, Ind. 

WANTED, LECTURER 

TiiKt odd do good straights liiacla: also good,'Bll 
'round COMEDIAN doing Irish and Dutch. 
FRANK GARDNER CLIFTON REM. 00 , 

' Dal/.ow , Warren Co , M o. 

Heavies, Characters, Gen. Bus. 

Address LESLIE M. HUNT, Orowu I'olul, Ind. 

ITT G,<FT, CLARIONET, 

opi'ii for eiifriiReuienu Baud, Hotel or Thoutro 

Orchohlm. Addrenu 

GENERAL D EL! V H UV, Bu mulon, Pa. 

$500 Cash, $20 Monthly, Buys 10 Room 

HOUSE for our or two ram uteri, lull price, f.'.iiiio. 
mi minutes from i.u Street rul'roaili. trolley. 
Fare. 7 ccuta. . KIND, 10 LAST 18T.Ui STREET. 

WANTBDTOBUY 

ni coud Iluud Films und Moug Slldoi and luul, (.on. 
II. T.. Willi t.ort. Ml'.; alHi i Small Uaud Organ und 
Two Chariots. ■ HUNK PHI, tort AlKlmou, Wis . 

WANTED -THANKSGIVING DATE f.r Strong 

AT HI ACTION. VICINITY 01' NEW YORK. 

Address ' E. U. YOCNGMAN, 

•:o Easl i'W HI., Now Yorf. 



WANTED LECTURER FOR MED. SHOW, 

onuorceut; btrulgiiH In Ads or special lbs pru- 
rerroil. t'Uus. u. Wood, 
Uflii W. L ocua t St., Blpomlngmn, HI. 

At Libert/, a feature Dog Act 

(»l DOUS), do oilier turns. Any allow Hint puyti 

e»larK.n. .loin oil Wire. 
HAKUY MJWjft Shenandoah, Pa. 

Wanted, Cocoa Matting, 

Kill UOUHi; ACT. 
Address WAMBMTB SHOWS, Naunot, X. v. 

For Sale Cheap. One Asbeslos Fire Curtain. 

tiood wuiiw Unmeet, icfi. 

. T. II. H.O VVKUS, 

■2T Union Purk St., Boston^ 

MUSIC ARRANGED, 
COMPOSED, ETC. 

A. HUE! SMAK. 41'J E. lutll St.i N. Y. 



LADY TRAP DRUMMER 

AT .LIBERTY. Eijotlenoed Good llus of traps. 
Ad4.,MACDEB.ADAUs,4«:t!iKt.,Broot!yn : N.Y. 

WANTED, Lady to Sing Illustrated Songs 

and work la sketch. Stute lowest salary In ltrst; 
salary mu»r be low: long engagement. Address 
F. T . MAXWELL, MO N. Morgan St., Decatur , nil . 

OMA0. YORK'S 

WOMAN VS. WOMAN CO. 

WANTS VSEPl'Ii AtmHIR Mid PIANIST. 

-Pim A'Wts, iait?ij. m 



AT LIBEBTT ArTEB R0V. 5, 

MA1TACEH. 

Play cornet; lead bund. Will Imy interoat in 
nimw. Dun ulao furoleh Troinliouo Pluyer. 

Addrcaa IRA UAYNK8. 

Manag er Mi ilone y'a We ddi ng, Orlaileld.Mur yland. 

CELLIST AT LIBERTY. 

K\pcrlonml ami reliable, dealrca engagcinont, to 
locuto or travel. Addroaa V. (l. a LliKits, 

■I0;m (look Ave., SI. Louis, Mo. 



LIBERTY, 

Jodie MITCHELLS Marguerite 



A nythi ng oust tor. AddrewB ALHIA, IOWA. 

WANTED QUILK, PIANIST, 

Mind ins food; Loading Han, (o direct stage; (l UN. 
m/. woman wliii wardrobo und ability. 

J. (1KIKSK, Halloek, Minn. 



FILMS, FILMS, FILMS. 

A Lot of Feature and Comic. Tlieso have not been 
rowed an i run by llfly diirerent operators. 
O. L. II I'LL .V CO., 2011 E. CTtli SI., Clilcugo, III. 



— — WANTED, -*. 

MECHANICAL DEVICES, SLOT MACHINES, 

aCl'J'AWiK l'Oll OOBAN PIEtt. Addrcaa 

O OBAN I'l KK CO., Canidon , N. J. 

A~Werd of Advice to Professionals. Save Money 



Hy buying your street, and evening gownB (slightly 
' bib W. Mulberry St. 

H.Mlntnr.. hffit. 



uaod) at N. SUHHltUElVH, No. SIB 
Convenient to all tlieatrmi. " 



BALLOONS -One 65ft. Balloon and Parachute 

In Uuu condition for $;«.. Great bargain to uloae 
out. Villi AM. UALLOON CO., 

.; Union Park St , Boaton. 



JKT" LIBIRTY 
1R0EN0GS, JDVtBILES or (IEBEBAL BUS. 

Address BLI/AHBTII MBMBYBlt. 
UU Angelli|iie 81., SI. Jos-pli, Mo. 



Wnulod, Bed. Porlormors of All Kinds. 

You got your inunoy here. N» limit; no tioketu. If 
jou tire ufruld to Join, keep oil. TUOS. II. WOOD, 
1 100 W. Loouai . Uloonilnglou, III. 



Souk uini l)n ii.e Team, l'luuo Player, Boubretlc up 
In Med. Ilu». Slate all uud lowest sal. All letters 
HU B. Addr e ss UI LLY LAPBLLE, Ueutou, Kansas. 

WANTED, SKETCH TSUI, ^U^ 

Man In do comeilT In acts. Kxpiuin all In Hist let- 
ter: long engagement near Chicago ; you must not 
misrepres ent. White S pear Med . Co.. Wiitacka, 111. 

At Liberty, Trick Tumbler and Barrel Jumper, 

To Jolu Orst class act wlieie good iiiuibleranre 
required. Address 
_ CHAS. HA HKIfJ. J01 L. 1 Ith St.. N. Y. 

HAi\Ti;il,«OII«*LL'Kill ; SIM:(lWJH\V 

Ten and ex. Ko tlctet. Poy Tour own wlria. 
Address MRS. EMMA A&ULtY, Mcr. Aihley'a 

Pilars, Lewlstou, Neb. 

FILMS FOR 8AL.1C. 

'jo.oooft; fine Fie;, hcadiluots and small auh]ecu, 
aonie 8 uud 4c. 

«. F. OALI.OT, TO Clirlatopher St.. New Tort. 

ACR0BAT8, ATOMIOHI! SySUAST. 

Uh„ ono who can do some top mounting. Perma- 
nent position and good aalarv In right inrtr. Ad- 

■km '.'"iiedy lau. m». turt'UK. 



Wanted Quick, 



GOOO 



run riiAYEE 

Wlio Uotiblus Tubaln Band and Strong Slide Trom- 
bone for B. and O. Oilier good Mualcluns and 
Hepertoire People, write. Steady work, mire «aL 

hit, licHt aeeoiiiiiiuilarlons; carahnw. Three day 
and week stands. No boo/.'i or kickers tolerated. 
Slate e.\|icricnce. lowest salary and alt drat letter. 

BILLY BENNETT'S BIG SHOW 

Holland, Mani toba , Canada . 

J. BUS SMITH'S 






JUVENILE MAN, 

HM.ILL P.IHTS AND PHOP8. 



Others, write, llriatol, 
Knoxvllle, Toiin., U-11, 



I'cnn., O'.t. au-Nnv. 4; 
.1. KUd SMITH. 



Young Man to Sing Illustrated Sings and 
Double Violin; also A I Advance Man. 

Both am : i be sober and send references. 

II A Mil ''.It I CIIOK, 
Manager COOK ,V IIAIIKIB'UICII CLASH MOVlNIi 
PICTVItB CO.. 54 Cedar St., Oneida, N. Y. 
P. h.— "Hank" Hlchardaun, how uro you I 

MUSICIANS WANTED 

GUY STOCK CO. 

WANTS MUSICIANS 

THAT not i HI.K oil* ins iua. 

Slule all first letter. Join luimedlalely. 

CHAS. W. MKUCKIt, Worlhlnglon, Ind. 



AT LIBERTY, 

(Catherine Parker, 

LEADS, HEAVIES. CHARACTER*. 

Stock and Itopenolru Experience. Excellent 

Wardrobe. Ad dress earo or 

ACKEUMANIJUUILEY SHOW PTC. CO., 
Kansas City, Mo. 



De Rue Bros.' Ideal Minstrels 

WANTS 

IJ101I Ii A 1UTON H uud TIlNOK SINtiEIIS for Quur- 
tcttu atid Solo. Pe -pie double brass given tlrst 
consideration. Usn f'louir. write. 

IJE KL'F, BROS., Lock Box I, Fraukfort, K, \. 



A1 Cornettist. 



Address 



II. L. AUSTIN. Tlillu, Ohio. 



Wiffill, FOR UNCLE JOSH, 
Trap Drummer and Clarionet. 

LuiicusUir, Pn.. Nov. t\ Bust 8lroud»burg a, Allen 
lown -i, sou tti llctolelium 0; Witi-hiiiglou, n. J., 7; 
Morrtaiowu. N. J., t. l>. II. LEVIS, Munngor. 



WANTED QUICK, SOBER 

BOSS CANVAS MAN 

For Hmall wagon show. Sou'li nil Winter. Leon 
Collins, write. Address WILLIAM TOD, famous 
Continental Show, Loueral Delivery, Norfolk. 



.11 

Trombonist. 

Was Soloist with Aland's \eulce Band this reason; 
also late of Lit.eraa's Band. EKperlcniwd In Thea- 
tre or ether Orchestra work. HtRBEKT HUNT, 
P. O. Statlou A. Lo? Angalea. Cal. 



ATLilfrlrpftlPllKl'tlllKK 

ih'KT o. niimvn. 
Care o f Now M»rvln Hot se, Jamestown, N. Y, 



WANTED ■ -PARINEA, to Join Well Known 

COMEDIAN; MUST UE OOOD SINGER AND 
jyAJsTRU and lleengnlfed ivrrormer. 

"iw.iMBWAl'." vvr: o! CUltW*. 



AT WBBRTY, 

$ALLIE $TEMBLER, 

MUSICAL OR CHARACTER COMEDY. 

213 N. FULTON AVE., BALTIMORE, BID. 



WANTED FOR SEASON OF S906 



WIT M 



FRANK A. ROBW 




The one really succoHsrul, clean, wholesome und progressive tented euturprlso of Hie prefent age will 
bogln Its next annual tour In April, 1000, with the sole purpo.e or presemlug the Neatest, Nicest 'tile 
gest, Best, Most Startling, Thrilling, New, Unique und SUPERIOR CIRC I'd FEaTURKS of ever, klriil 
and deserlpllou that It is possible to obtain To this end correspondence Is Invited from Artists or 
unusual ublllly In every line of rellncd, sensational und astounding endeavor ou horseback, lu Hie 
ulr. on tho ground, and every conceivable shape aaltuhle ror proper presentation. Soiueihlug lliut 
will aslound thenorlills what wc want. If you have II, please write. Slate lowest salary uud give 
detail of net or acts lu llrstlcuer. Send photos In costume If possible. Also want Homes und Woiv 
mon In \ urlotis departments uud can offer ftood engagement, lo nu Equestrian Director who Is capable 
ol breaking horseannd presenting some entirely new trained iiuiinal aclB. Agood, active Side Shoe 
Manager and Anuounder also wanted. Address ull communications lo 

FRANK A. BOBBINS, 

n'ltKSHIKXT A Ml MIAAKKII, 

1 10 West 34th St.. New York City. Room 1 103. 

■,.,.wi ! . , ;4^,• 5'" l ' <wteri1 And all others Interested in the advnuce doparlincul, please address l'RKD 
liEC'kMAN.TreuBitrer uud Advance Manager, as above. 



FOR WKI.lt NOV. 1,1, BROCKTOV, MASS. 
.Nothing too good, must be Feature; also 

JUVENILE MAN FOR GENERAL BUSINESS, 

To Join (|Ulck, with specialty preferred. 

MHINK KLWl N, Hoekhijid, Maws., Nov. i-4; Ijieonla, S. II., wenK D. 



FREDERICK LORRAIiE COMPANY, 

FIRST CLASS SINGING AND DANCING GOMEDIAN. JUVENILE 
WOMAN, CHARACTER MAN, PIANO PLAYER. 

Mnat join ou wire. JACK AUSLET Mnji Bt ;er. Lnfayettei, La. 

^wantedTfor" 

EMPIRE STOCK CO , 

Man for Leads. Lending AVonian, Clever Actor to Direct and Muouge Stage, Comedhin uud Soubrelle 
l hat do SpeclaltloH. VersalUe Sketch Team, phiy Purtu; Uoad Character Woman, Man with Machine. 
Other useful People, write. BtMu lowest mlury and full pari Inn larsllnt letter. Ions, aureseiinou. 



Address 



... pa... 
EMPIRE STOCK CO., firaud Opera House, St. Catharines, Oni. 



DBMLAflD MUSEUM 

NORTH GEORGE AND WEST PHILADELPHIA STS„ YORK. PA. 
WANTED AT ALL TIMES. Living Prodigies, Freaks or Nature. Trained and Freak Animal", 8"A«UllM 
and Good Acts ior Continuous Purrormaocc lu main hall. To let, Hoolhs ror Novelllen. Palm Header, 
class lllower, etc. Man with Moving Plctura tiud llluslrulod Song Mnchlup. Also all kludnofSlot 
M«CMnw oil perefntage. wrlieut once, with particular?. A i.. SCIIRKIUER, Prop. 



^^.■X" IiIBERTlT, 

MAIDA DUPRE, 

singing aud Dancing Soubrutto or Ingenue. One piece or n -ok Donrougsperlaltj. Can Join on 
wire. Address MAIDA DUPRE. lintel Sturtevaul.yoth S'.. and Broadway, >*ow York. 



V T 11BXRIY,- REP. OR VAMI., 

JULIA-^ITOX^IES. and F"02K-MIDGE 

l hm-arters anil llpait,.. s uud, O. Comudlanand Light Cuuted}* 

Slugie uud double specialties. Hesponslble mauugers ouly. Addre3s 293 E. 1-itli ST..N. Y. City. 



.Millie 



BERTINA and BR0CKWAT •— 

TIiU.-Keak, Keith'*., Cnlon Sqiisre, Sew Tort; Nov. e, TnnvPastor's Thealra, New Yorlt; Nov. CO, 
Kellh's Theatre, Bo.tos. Mass.; Nov. 27, KePh's'TIisatre, Providence, R. I. 



inuniNoy m a UOOB8 hast op Tnm actors' socif.tt 
'l.'U# Truni Si'iiii SmawOtf DM- -■• wo ?r , ,.» u <.i.. n >« «... ff'Vly fr'n'J*'* 




November 4; 



>VV»J '"**'*! - , «*' **** 



rr 



tTHE MW^fyoBK -CLIPPERS ^ 



95i 



THE ONLY "AUTOMOBILE' SONG. 



"II 
MY 



WE KNOW THERE ARE LOTS OF OTHERS, BUT THIS 18 THE ONE YOUR 
AUDI ENCE PICKS UP AND WHI8TLE8 AFTER YOU HAVE SUNG IT ONCE. 

MERRY OLDSMOBILE 



THE 



MOST TIMELY 

SEND 



By BRYAN and EQWARDS. 

SONS OF THE AGE. A BEAUTIFUL WALTZ MELODY AND A GREAT STORY. 

FOB IT TODAY, YOU CAN'T AFFOBD TO BE WITHOUT IT. 

•PROFESSIONAL COPIES AND ORCHESTRATIONS TO RECOGNIZED PERFORMERS, OR ' THOSE SENDIN6 UP-TO-DATE PROGRAMS— NO CARD8. • 

M. l^ITMARK & SONS, Publishers, 

WITMABK BUILDING, 144-146 W. 37th ST., NEW TORK. Look for the Bee Hive Clock Tower, 



BIJOU 



DlLAuUU D»Tld llelaico present! Klra. 

Leslie Carter. 

■-.- Till. wei-k-DU BARRY. 
Nelt week— MRS. LESLIE CARTER, M /,AZ A 

Br'dway and 30tb St. 
Evgs, 8:15. Mat. Today, 2. 

DAVID BELASCO Presents, 2d Year In N. Y., 
W 4RFIEL0, M08IC 1 MISTER. 

PASTOR'S 

I,* Brim Grand Opera Trio, 

AL. W. MADDUX and MAYBELLE MELVIN, 
LKONA TUCKBER and tier Knur Black Birds, 
DOVTNEtl Jt MCDONOUGH, THE ELLWOOB CO., 
TUEHOLD8vVORTH8, MILT. WOOD, 

GEORGE A GEORGIE, KOPPE A KuPPE, 

And as an Extra Attraction, 

Mlle.Em^rie, UM yHl.Silvcrne 

Of n la h Class Vaudeville Theatres, 
M. MLYhlRK'EL.D JH., I'RES. ; 

. MARTIN BECK, GENERAL MANAGER. 
All Applications fur Time MuBt be Addressed 
to . C. lil. BRAY, Booking Munager, 
004 Ashland Block, Chicago, III. 



TUB 

DKWEY 

V: 1 llll HI. 



LADIES' M ATI N EE TODAY. 

Knickerbocker 

Burlesquers. 



THE 

GOTHAM 

B. 1251 li HI. 



MATINEE TODAY. 

Bowery 

Burlesquers. 



Huber's "..' Museum 

WA»TiiD, at ail tituea living proiiioikh, 
Trained and rare animals, novelties of ever; de- 
scription for Ourlo Halls and Thoatro. Afldross 
J. H. AND ERSON, Manager, us above. 

EEO. B MAY WODDWaRD 

ORIGINAL SUNBURNED RUBKS. 

CEO. W. EVlRS 



Add., 



-FORK-CHOPS- 

CBto of CLIPPER. 



ORVILLE and FRANK 

Have tlnlshcd working • long season for Mr. Buliey 
( Barunm A Bailey), and eo Iiu, MRS. ORVILLE. 

BERTRAM MILLAR, 

47 W. 28th S T. , SEW . YORK. ' 

CHRISTOPHER 

_ ■Wl POPULAR MAGIC1AH." 

Per. address, 178 ONTARIO ST., Chicago. 

NATIONAL 

ARnsra mm. 

MEETINGS HELD EACH THURSDAY EVE- 
NINO AFTER PERFORMANCES 
At TBBBAOE GARDEN, lew York, 

»Mh St., near Third Ave. 
Akb PERFO RMERS INVITED. 

FILSON and ERROL, 

ais w. eoth st., maw vork. 

PHONE , WM RIVERSIDE. 

BAJRJVRY FIRST, 

„ . A BOCIABLB OUT, 

Featuring bis original Jew Bnck Dance. 
6U3 ASH LAND BLOCK, Obtcago, III. 

niLui wwiii i mniiD, 

_ STH WEKK WJTH "MIB* N. Y. JR." CO. 
Wertc .OcUjO., .CKIQDE THEATRE Brootlvu, N. Y 

IflltEl I L«WREHCE°r 

»„.,.. "KAI8BR KOMEDIANS." 

THEY DANv)«.TUO 28th week with Ehler's Stock 



Co ; l)«ve-pnri. Iowa, wee kOot. S0;_ 
Doing N4cely, Thank" Yon. 



HARRY FELDMM, 

BINOlNG and DARCINO COMEDIAN. 



FRED Z03ED1E, 



THE WORLD'- 



o FAMOUS HAND BALANCER, 

Touring with Orrln Bros.* ( ir. u », 
rVlBCXI 



THE MUSICAL BREIANS 



PERMANENT ADDRESS, 



N. Y CLIPPER, 



FOOLISH ABOUT JUGGLING 

HY.CREENWAY. 



TUB KHCAPBD MJflATIl 

UMOUNT and PAULETTE 

Wk. Oct. su, Janeavillc, Wis., West Side Theatre. 



ILUSTIUTEU SUMMERS 

To trj the Great New Novelty nit,' 

"EVERYBODY WORKS 
BUr FATHER," 

IN BIOORAPH PICTU RES. 

Three complete verses with chorus for each, done 
In moving pictures to the exact tune* • 

a>no senso or Hie song 

EXCRUCIATINGLY KUNNY. A SCREAMING HIT. 
Supplied In either white or black face .characters. 

length, ij >ri. price, twuBtyr •■ 
AMERICAN MUTOSCOPE 1 BI06RAPH CO., 

II E. 14th ST., NEW Vim. 



UNION STAGE CARPENTER 
and PROPERTY MAN. 

FRED MADRER. 
323 West Firth St., Canal Dover, Ohio. 



WANTI 

CHARACTER AND GEN. 



BUS. WOMAN, 



With At Speolalty; also NOVELTY ACT and other 
useful, reliable people, write. Two weeks' slionuc 
a poilte negative. Address J. P. ARNOLD, 

Mgr. Arnold Stock Co., Annapolis, Mil., 80-4; 

CharlotlcBvlllo, Va,, 0-11. 



AT LIBERTY. 

BUS. MGR. or AGENT 

A thoroughly experienced, sober and willing 
worker. EDGAR G. 8TEPATU, 
1st West laid St., New York City. 



AT l.lltKIt TV. THE 

h«rt-H U D S N S- OBOKO,K 

Versatile Sketch Team; singles and doubles ; 
cb.nge weeks. CHAM. SMITH, riano. Read 
und Like ; work Acts; Ballads; Joint engagement, 
first class Med, Shows, wire or write. (Tickets.) 
Address HUD80NS. 

1037 Chapllno St., Wheeling. W. Vs. 



HARRY 




WODLD ACCEPT MANAGEMENT OF ANY FIRST 
CLASS THEATRE, on a sa'ary ur.jiercenligu 
basis. A business imlldor und money getter. 
Address 340 Lot iba st. , Wllllttmsport, Pa. 

M.T LIKR TV, 

to. P. Price $ Josie Price, 

CHARACTER WORK. 

SINGLE OR JOINT. 
Address 7784 Colon Ave., Chicago, 111. 



AT LIBERTY, AFTER NOV. 11, 

EXPERIENCED LfcCIUHER 
AND OFFICE WORKER. 

Graduated M. D, Strictly sober and reliable. 
Salary or percent. WIPE Al PIANIST, Sight 
Reader. Transpose oud Fake. Address 

PH. II. E MM1KEL. Fon ca City, Oklu. Tcr. 

WANTED, 

PIMIST who Can Play Parte. 

Prefer one who can do cue or two specialties. 
GENT, who cau play three responsible part*. 
MATTIUE STOCK Co.. Rondout.N. Y., 0Ct.30-Nov 
S; Tarryiowo, N. Y., Nov. 6- 10. 



At Liberty a Professional Tlolinist. 

Will take position In South for Winter season with 
hotel orchestra, >'. C. preferred. Brut lefor- 
•nces. Address K. K., 

Care HA RTLEY, 634 Sm ltlifleld St., Plttibgrg, I'a 

m mm m ' 

Send for Exchange Proposition. Fl'ins Wanted, 
C. L. HULL & CO., vn E. 67th St., Chicago, 111. 



On the Road 



All Rqutea Muat. React* ta Nut l-stor 

Tliiin Muildfi) . 



Yiiuli|C«tvWU 
1-1 1. 



Itlulil'V Amu:. I'. 
-Nov.?, Toledo 



IHI All Vl'M'. ...- . 

■ • A 

Adunui,. Muude ■ (L'liurlns- Vruluiian, .uiur.l — Jl.Utl- 
mure, Md.,,aoNov. 4, N. Y. City ludrButtcly. 

Alleo. Viola (Charles W. Allen, sisr.)— Wasli- 
liigtou,;D. C 30-NoT. -i, Wilmington, Del..U. 
Tri'iiimi, X. 0., 7, Easten, l'u., », Alluutuwu l». 
Ileiidlng 10, llwrl»buri{ 11. . . 

Aldrlvh, Cbus. T. I A. II. W(.eds, mgr.)— Ooluu- 
bus, O., RuT.JM, Wusulngtua, i). . c. U-ll. 

Aubn.\v Slock. Mlttrntbal litoti. (J. T. .Mncsulry, 
msr.) — wiiiuiMKti.il, Del.* ilONov. •». 

Arnold Stuck (J. 1'. Arnold, mgr.)— Annapolis, 
Md.. SOrNvT. I; CliurlutrcvrlUe, Va« .0-11- 

"As Ye Mow" (Wai. A. ; Iirudy &' Jos. It- Ortsnier, 
niifrri. ) — llost.ni. Mums.i 30, luilellulte. 

"Arl»uiu" (Liuvlil J. Itiiniuge,. -nir.)— QnUpnil, 
i. VI.. Nov. I. 1'. Snu .Jonii 3, Haeroiaentu I, 
I'urtlaud. Ore., <!,. Ti.-Olyuiplu,- Wash.. S. Tu- 
eotiia l», tt), Vlemrla. B. U,, 11, VujK-uuvi'r IB. 

"Al the Old'CriMH Roads". (Arthur 0. Alstun, 
mgr.)— HUwaukw, Wis... Nu\v 7JI. 

"Ai Told 'In. iho Hills" (W. K. Muliu, aigr.)— 
f.'iilrj. HI., Nov. l,..Carbuii|luu; t, lierrln. 3, 
Muroliysbom I, C«t>u GIMnlMiu. Mo.. 0,.Cburl<-«- 
tun :, .ii.i.ii.lM.ri,. Arlt., S, i'"orresl t'ltv ti. Utile 
Rock 10. I'lne liinn li, Hot Springs i:t. 

"An Orphan's Prayer"- (Martin Slieeley, rogr'-^ 
Mitchell, s. D«i. fJOvCvnlvrrlllr 31, Ynulileii 
Nov. 1,- Sioux, City, lai, 'J, . t'lu'r'oktv 3. Port 
Pi-ii-i- I, AU-.-fi U, Miuii-n City 7, I'.liliim 3, 
Wuverly 1). Inili-|.-u,l,-'u-e 10, Uubinttlu 1 1. 

"After Mhlulglil" (Spencer & Aburu, tugrs.)— 
TuIihIo, O., atl-Nov. 1. 

"At Cripple Cieek," )). .1. CuriH-ritcr's — Lincoln, 
HI., , Nov. 1, Decatur 1!, Cliaaipuli;u 3, Illuoui- 
Ingtou 'I. ' ' . " 

"At.l'lnoy llldge" (M. O.-Hlgglns, mgr.f— Hprhig- 
flold. O., .3D-N0V, 1," Canton S ~ 
■1, cMliindiim li-K. .linlliiliuiwllF, 

"Across .the PaolUcV . (Cbas.i!. 
ro., - inErs;.)— cinveliuiiliD:,' 30 
r. h, ci.iii!ni.ii.t o-ll.' :•'" • • 

".Mi Arlstorratlc''TramV"A> 'Kllroy* Iirltlon's 

(Harry A. Murray.. ttngr.)— UcutcryllUN 'a., 

' .Nov. I, Alt.ln K Knlrllold 3. Iowa I'll v *, Ihrllo 

Pinliie.O, Meirsbulltuuh. T, Uiotiu S, Novuda u, 

Oelwelo .10. West Urlion 11. ' i • ' 

"Alt' Aristocratic Tratup," ,H. Kllroy 4 Brlttoii'o 
(S. >'..' Lester, , incr. >— rDurnut, Ind. ,X|*n .Nov. 
1, t'onlgale a, Krobs' 3, Moutli JifAHlrr I, 
lloldenvrile 0. Shawnee.' Oltla.. 7. mama H, 
Chandler, lud..T«.,.U,.Puula Vulhy UI,.Cblcku- 
sbu 11. ' V/'/ ~ 4 '- ' •■,..,: ... 

UloiHm llaleM HiinW Uviacco, lugr.; — Pbllnltl- 
plila. Pa., 3U-Nov. Ill' 

Barryniore, Ethel (Charles Fr-ihinsu. mgr.) — 
Milwaukee. Wis.. yn-Nuv. 1, Kuckfurd, 111.. 2, 
Houth Bend, Ind., ;i, uniinl Ituplda, Midi.. -4, 
l'urt Wayoe, lint., 0, Terrc Hai|t« 7, LoulHvllle. 
Ky., H, !>, l,oili'i:t..n to. Iiiillniiuiiullll. Ind.', 11. 

Bellow. Kyrle (Lletdcrtt Co.. tugrii.) — Worcester, 
Muss., 30. HprlngOeld 31. IIorlti.nl. I'.mu.. Nov, 
I. Wuterbury <!, New 'liana 3, Hrldge|ivrt I, 
Philadelphia, l'u.. ill*. 

beresrord, Harry (J. J. Colcutnn, uigr.) — Mont- 
gomery. Aln., Nor. 1, JVnmii'.iiii Flu., IS, Mo- 
bile, Ala., 3, Chuttauoogu. 'ivnn.. 8, 

Blekel, Wjitmni uiiil Wvollie. (A. II. Woods, uigr.) 
— Bultltuore, Md., 30-Nov. 4, Philadelphia, l'u., 
Oil. ' • « . . 

Blutiey.. Hurry Clay (W. W. Woolfolk, mgr.)— 
IiiiIIiiiiiiiu.IIh. In.!., 30'Nuv, 1, luiuvlllc 3, 
Terro.llame IS. A., St. Louts, Mo.. 5-11. 

llnntlug, Ktiiuiu (Ivirl Iliirtiess. uigr.) — Resdlng. 
Pa., 30-Nov. '1, McKeeniwrt ilii. 

KiMiiii'tl-Mo'iltuii (I m K. Nowlmll, mgr,) — Lewis- 
tun, Mi'.. ,10-NoV. .1, Bangor 0-11. . 

llennell-.Muiiltun (A. P. Hfi.il. uigr,) — Uucyrus, 

<>.. 30-Nov. I, MtlHslllVU U-ll. 

lieiuioti .MiMiitun ■ mv. A. Purtello, uigr.)— Tur* 

uers I'nllii, Muu*., 3y-Nuv. -I. Albol U-ll. 
Heniiett-Mleiltou it'. V. TwItchelL 

Falls. N. Y., :io-Nuv.-4. 
Beiiiivtt-Moulinn (W. C. McKoy, «agr.)— Ifartalng- 

ton, Me...30-NoT. 4. ■ ' • : • •■ - 

Bennett-Moulloii (C. II. .Ocouoek. |ngr-)— North 

Ailnms/Mass.. Sti-Nov: 4, •PltUaSd 0-11. • 
Uroun. Kirk (J. I'. Merrick, uigr.) — ZsaeitUle, 

O.. Nov. 7-11. .. - V-'. 

Urlggs. . Floyd it. fTorlwtt & Mallaiin mgrs;) T - 

ivi.lni- niuif. -MiN, -30-Nov. 4,. - Kuunelt ii-4, 

Paraguijljl, ,Ar*. v d*. lihnjs Hpck U-ll,. 
BreeUelirldgi'. X'Uarles. .Stock (Ed*ln Barrl.', 

iiicr.l- Suimlpii. Ind. Tcr., Ku-N'jv. - 4, , Still- 

water.- Ovlttii nil. -. - — — ,>• 

Urc'iiiiiin Klock (Geo. tl... llorsfurd, bus. ' uigr.)— 

lleiiiilim'tun. VI.. 3'1-Nuv. -I. 
Boiiiii'tt'.K Big-. Show (lUllj llonui-IL_liU4£.)-T-\li-- 

llt.a. Mini.. 30-Nov. .1, Sourls 3-1, Uolloo0"41- 

«. Trilicrne !i-il'. . • I . . 

BIJuU Comvdy— Otbiws.- Can.. 30 Nov, 4.- 
"MBM llur" (Klaw & ■ ErlSDirer, uigrs-) — Ssu 

Praocls.il, Col.. .'IO-NOt. ' 1 1 .' 
"Buster .Brown." .tuaterp, M. B. 

Lni'uula. N. U., Nor.-'l, Burre. 

peller , 3. Burlington- 4. . 
"Bunch of Keys" (Gus Botboer, 

dago; Ala.. Nov. 1, Seltaa 2, 

Merldbiu, Mite.. 4, .ColuhilHls t. 

West Point s. Csuton.'O, Jsckson 

II . . 
"Big Hesrled Jim." Klliut A Uaitolo'i (Fronk 

Gazzolo, mgr.) — Newark. O., Nor. 1, Maus- 

(Iclrt 2, Akron 3. C.oal Dover I. 
"Bluck Crook" (Miller A Plotui. aigrs.)— do- 

lumblii, S. C., Nov. 1, August., Ha.. 2. C'barlta- 

ton. S. C, 3, Soviinn.h, Ga„ 4. AUaata (111. 
" Ben uf y ■ Doctor" VThos. W. Prior, ingr.) — Co- 

t.l.(i'-l"ii. 0.. Nov. 1, Z.neivlllo '.', Marlottu 

9, I'lirkemluirg. W. Vui, 4. ' 
"ItMriker's Child" (Harry Shauuoo, mgr.) — Clalvn, 

III., Nov. 1, Cambridge 3, HbvBleld 3.- Henry 4. 

La Sslle u, Toluca U.-Wemni 7. Butlaud », 

Mlnnonk 10. 
"Bowery News Cllrl" fllolss A Tolten, rngrs.)— 

Kokoiuo. Ind., Nov. 1, Elwoul 3, Altx.ndrlii ft, 

Mun-.'le 4, New Coslk; «J, LeUuiou 7, Lodo(a H, 

Wllllsojsport V, HauvlHc,- III,, 10, Terro Uaulv, 

Ind.. 11. 
"Breezy Time" (John R. Andrew, mgr.)— Okoloaa, 

Mls«.. Nov. 1, Aberdeen 2, Llvlcgston, At*., 

4, Deaopolls.e, Greenville. 7, Erergrei-s «. 
O 
Crane. Wm. H. (Charles Frobmsn, mgr.)— Cleve- 
land. 0.. 30-Nov. .4. Celnnttuta 0. 7. Dayton 8, 

IndtanapoUs. .Ind., 0, Fort Wiyne 10, Toledo, 

O., 11. 
C« -'ra. Lenllc (Datld Belasco, mgr,)— N. V. 

City 80, indennltc. 
Crosiii.il. Henrli'tts rMsurlin CioneM!. uigr.) •- 

Bnltluiore, Md., 3U-Nov. 4, Pblladelubla, Ph., 

0-i8. 
Coabl.n, Rose ■ (A. L. fibeptrd, mgr.)— Berlin, 
, Can., Not, 1, Oalt if, Bratrtfota 3. UataUtoa 1, 



uigr.)— Little 



Hayuioad's— 
Vt, 2,'Moat- 

mtr.) — Talln- 

Dtmopolls b, 

Aberdeen 7, 

, 10, Nalchci 



'I'l'iiiiitu an, St. • Catherines v, 'Woodstock lu, 
l^ndisi 11. 

Ceri'iiriin. June (Alston & lluxler, mgri.)- -Prank- 
lilt. Jlud,..Nov. 1, Celunibus 2, Seymour 3, Modi- 

' son I, Uiulsvllh', RjE t>-ll. 

Cellh-r, Wllllutu (Clnfrli* Frohtnah, uigr.)— Lon- 
don,. Ifllg.. 3(1, ludcltiilte. 

Celioli, lle.i. M. tSaiu II. Harris, mgr.r— Woidi- 
luglotj, Fi. U„ 30 Nov. '4.' Brooklyn. N. Y.. (III. 

CKMM Clnrlu (Jules Murry, in«tr.)-~r!>r«cni'c, 
N. Y., Nov. 1, Osweifij 2, Wellsboro, Pa., it, 
Wavcrly. N. Y.. 1, Phllndelplilu, Pa.', il-ll. 

CuokiCbureh (It. W. Taylor, mar. )•— Duubtiry, 
I'-'iio . .lu.Nor. 1. Voul.ir". N. Y„ Oil. 

Cliam.-I.yter Tuentrc, Soutlierii (Clins. Harrison, 
ingr.WTuhh'quali, Ind. Ter., ' 30-Nov. 4, Ok- 
llllllgeA «M. lnlsu 0-11. 

Cornell Stock (W. B. Cornell, mgr.)— New Ken- 
sjiwksh Pa., 30-Nov. -4, Vnndorgrlft 0-11. 

Criiiloi'-Nevllle (Clins. It. Neville, mgr. )— Ilornella- 
vll)e..,N. Y., 80-Nov, 4, Dunkirk U-ll. 

Cliumpiiry. Agnm— Mobsnuy City. I'll.. 80-Nov. 4. 

Oluul.l. Uluek (J. M. Torr. uigr.)— Nea'port, it. 
!„• .1<^N(•v. 4. New ItMronl, Muss., tf-ll. 

Cliaiinegy-lveltter ll'red Clisuncey, ' uigt.J-rMonuu- 
gnbclii,')'u.. 30. Nov, 4. 

CMi-ago ' eltwk ((.'lias. tl. • ItcutaKutn. mgr.)— Sha- 
ron, ' Pn., 30-Nov.' I, NUm, O.,- U-ll. , . . 

CiMgtovu Stock — Mall-m, -Mnss.. 8i)Novi4. . 

"Uillege , Widow," Eastern I Henry W. Savage, 
itn<r.r— Providence,. It. I., 30-Nov. 1, Worcester, 
MasibAUi llnrtturd, Cuiui., 3, -l.-Newurk. N. J., 
Oil, , ~ 

"LVillogo , Widow," Westani (Henry W. . Havagn, 
iiiar. )— New (lrlralis..l.u., 20-NoV. 4, Altxuu- 
lirlu t. MtefeM 4). ' Vleksburg 7, lteuiiniunl, 
Te\.', H, llousluu 0. Gal v.-niiin IV, Sou An- 
i. hi In It. 

"Counly.Cbiilnuan," Eiisluru (Henry W. .Savage, 
mgr.)— New lluven, (Xmii., Nov. 1, Provldimv, 
It. 1.,-L'l. Ilurirurd, 'Cooii.. 0, 7. . I'lll.llelil. 
Muss., a. Sprlngllvld 0, Norlbnmptuu 10, Wor- 
cester 11. 

"C'uuuty Clnilrniaii." Western (Henry W. Savage, 
mgr. I — Knoxrllht, Toiiu.. Nov. 1. 

"Cliecksrs" (The Rlrko Lu Blielle.Co:. lugrs.)— 
I'hlladelphlii, Pu„ 30 Nov. 4, Hrocklyn, N. I., 
0-1 1. • • ' •■■ ' •'• ' 

"Crossing"— St. Paul,. Mluu., 20 Sot.. 1, Mlnuc- 
aiwllti 2-i. -•_..-. . •• ; ■•' • ' 

"CnSler's lull Fight" (Frank (.V. Rhodes, uigr.) 
jA'amdetr. N. J.„ TO-Nov. 1, VV'llmloirU.n, (n-l., 
3-I. Pittsburg, ,1'u., U-ll. ' • ' 

"Cunfeioiloii oT'a:Wlfn";(A. H.'Wou^s.. rugr.)-'- 
Coluiuliu-:. O/. .'IO-NovJ' ■!.. Tid«1o 2-1.'. 

"Country lCld'^llI. U. Wliiltakcr, mgr.)— Ilobhl- 
nin. 111., Nov. l.-Newiuii 2, St.' IBhuo 3, Green- 
villi- 4, ,Mi'l,v«oxlioro 0, Mount Verimii 7, Nash- 
ville N, i rinckmyvlllu 0, Du yuolu 10, Mur- 
tiliysuuro II, ' 

"Child Slaves or Nuw York" (J. P. Eotihordt, 
inln-.l -Pittsburg, l'u., 30-Nov.. 4, Philadel- 
phia Oil. " • '•; ' 

"Oiu-re of I>rluk,"'CliurItu'N. B|«uey's— Uouokcn, 
N. J., 2-4, Wlliiiliigioo, Del., (1-8, Cauidou, ti. 

.1.. o-ir. 

"Child Wife." W. T. KtOgli's— I'hlhdclpblS. I'a., 
Nut. Oil. 

jy 

Drew. Huhti (Cb.rles. ProhuiHli, uigr.) — N. Y- 
City 30-Nov. 4, New- RuctioHc, N. Y.. 0, New 
lluven. Conn.. 7, .Mcrldeu H, |lrlilge|wrt II, 
S|lrluglleld, Muss., 10, ' Wuterbury, Conn.. 1 1. 

D'Orsay, Lanrem.. (Daniel Ftvbmaii. uigr.) — 
Phllndelplilu, l'u., 30-Nov. 4, Boston, Muss.. 
11-18. 

Lilxuy, Henry K. (W. N. Lawrence, mgr.) — K. 
V. Cily 30, Indellulte. 

Iiulv. 'Ariibhl— N. Y. City 30, lmluilnlte. 

Dodge, riimfonl La CroHac, Wis,, 30, Applcton 
31. Wliiunii, Minn., Nor. 1, Maukalo 2, I'm t- 
bnult !l. ownluuiia I. 

Doolie. Allen .Keuiivy '&• Wwlfull, uigrs.)— Nl- 
uguru Fulls. N. Y., Nov. II, l.«l|«n 7, I'.rlc, 
Ph.. 8, Ashtabula, O.', ». YuuiigHtown 10, II. 

Do Vims, Flora, No. 1 (J. .11. . Rolnour, mgr.)— 
Kluvoas Point, Wis,. 30-Nov. 4. 

Dudley. Friiuk— tttsrfcVlHr, Miss., 30-Nov. I, Ali- 
en I.i-ii U-ll. . . 

Its l'e«-Bunletlc • ITImii. V,. De Pew, mgr.) — 
' llruiiawlch, (In., 3»-'Nut, I. Suvunnali u-ll. 

lUbsdMu, Wa,tklbr— OracavJUv, Temi., 3O.N0V, I. 

"Durl.l l/ariuu" (Julius C.lul, .uivr.) — Pblladul- 
pliln. l'u., 80-Nov. 4,' Tor'ititu,' Can., 0-11. 

"Da»ld llnnini," Special (Julius Ciibd, lagr.'i-T- 
Hooalck F-illa. N. Y.. Nor. l.Meclnliilojivllle U, 
(Irunvllle 3, Rutland, Vt., I, Olcns Falbi. N. 
Y.. 0, Snnilogii 7. Schenectady 8. Albany 0-11, 

"fiilrllng of Ilia Gods" (David Belasco, uigr.) — 
Iiallliiiure, Md., 30-Nov. I. Wu»b Ingtou. D. 
C, U-ll. I . 

•"Devil's Auction" (Cfau.lt. Ysle,ntgr.'>--Andcr- 
wm. lud., Nov. 1. 'fraiikforl '-'. LugsiikiKirl :i, 
l.sfayetlr I. Dnnvllle, III., tl, i ruv- ronlsvl II,-. 
.Intl., 7. Terre lluute.8. Purln, 111., V, Miillooii 
10. Ihiruliir 12. ' 

"Doiu Tl.orno," A, Rowland & Cllffopl's (Hurry 
Mnyo, mgr.) — New Itnvui, Colin., 30-Nov. I, 

, Wiillhigrurd 2, . Wiilirbnry It, New llrltalii t. 
Wlnsteil 'I. Palmer, Mu»k, J. Wure 8, Turners 
1'iillc ti, Bellows Pulls, VI.. in, Uraltleboro II. 

"Doru Thome." 11. KuwIdiiiI A L.'lin.>rd's ID. '.. 
Il.rtoinii, uigr.l— Broukvllle, Pa.. Nov. I, 
Nii-v Buthblieu 2, Reyftoldsvlllc 8, Du Uoln t, 
I'uux.utawney ■ U, Viaatlngu 7. Bsruetboro 8, 
Windls-r 0, Blairsvllle 11. 

"Dora Tbornc," 0.. Roland A Clifford's (Fred 
Smyth, mgr.)— Murpby»b»ru, III.. Nov. 1, Da- 
<|goin 2, McLctntboro' 8: Mount Vernon 4, J.-o:- 
l*r 3, OHensftoro. Ky.,.(J.:Hend«rS(in 7, Morgan- 
tlsld M. Marlon' li, Fnlton lo, Cairo, 111., 11. 

"Dora Tbornc," D. .ItoWltml & Clifford's iL. G. 
Pond, ■ mgr. I — Vlnvennti, lud., Nov.. 1, Bloom- 
flsld 2, dlockvllle 3, Bnill I. Jukonvllle D, Mar- 
Blisll. til., U. Oakland T, Farmer City 6, Ltroy 
o. Kl Ps»o 10, streator 11. 

"Dora Thome," E. Rowland A Clifford's (W. T. 
(iti.ktll, iugr.)— Portland, On'.. 20-Nov. 4, Sa- 
lem 0, AlUuuy 7, Eugene 8, Medfurd li, Ctib.'o, 
Csl., 10. Itcifwoud Oily 12. 

"Down by the Hea" (S. W. Coiut.i. uigr.) — 
Wausau, Wis., Nov. 1, Merrill 2. llhlneluinler 
3, Ksi'snaba, Mli-li., 4, Glsd.tonu 0, Miitiltihin.i 
7, Maripjetle 8, I.bpeailug U, Hancock 10, Cuni- 
inft 11. . 

"Dangers of Working lllrls" (A. U. Wi«l«, mgr.) 
— Bultltuore, Md., '80-Nov, I. N. Y. City U-ll. 

"l«»ert«!l at the Altar," Moldeo Bros.'— Dau- 
• Ills, »m. 'Not, 2. 

"De>ertM''at tbv Allar" (Fn<l Mscklntokh, mgr.) 
— Adbiifj Park, N. J.. Nov. 1, Elltsbetb 2, 
Bf'thlehem, P«., 4, Allmtown 8. Ea.ton 7. 

"r>m.perat* . Chance" (Mlttentbal Bro..' Amuie. 
Co., nigra.) — Cincinnati. 0.. 20-Not. 4. 

"D>. Jekyll and Mr. Hyo>." D. 8. L4t|»' (Oscar 
Jon™. jnrr,)~A«l»ntfc-Cily. Ni )., Nor. 1, Al- 

. lentown, Pa., 2, Lebanon 3, York 4. Bristol 0. 

"iNavtr. exurw." (R. J, R.rtui-rofl, mgr.)-- 
Lsiireii". 8. 0.. Not, J. Clinton 2. Newberry 3. 

' AbbVrtlle 4. FAberton. Wj.. 11. Uitrtsell 7, Ci4u- 
iiieri'. 8. Winder I'. . Mdihh- 10, Covington l>- 

"Dangerous Life," Giispard Bros.' (M. R. Good- 
man, - rogr,)— Philadelphia, Fa., 80-Not. 4, 
PotUvllle 0, Mnoch Chunk 7, Sbsraokln 6, 

L JkTwrK. 9,-n»israTlUq V>, Kottbtoitn H» _!__ 



"IHsiM-rate 
nigr.)-- Brwti'ii, 



Crime 



l.lteriiuid 

Vvung. 



I, 



" No. 2 (!•'. L. Davln, acting 
N. Yi.'Nov. 1. Slnytllle 2, 3.. 
Dl'nnioiid King" tltl.lmnl I .mils, iugr. i- -t'pper 
Siitnluskv, i),, Nov. 3, Marlon I, .Ncrudu 7, 
Itlvlijvuwl 8. I'l'lsiiui 0, TIpn-eaDvii City 10, 
UmHivUhi II. 

i: 
I'lllutt.- Minln- li'.- 1). Iillllugliuiu, WUr.)— X. Y. 

Clly 30, Imlellulti.'. 
lidiilop, liolicrt (llviiry It. Harris, mgr.)— Du- 

troll. Mleb.,. 30-Nov, 4, Chleugo, 111., U-IS. 
Elm moll. Slary (Siunuel Lewis, mgr. )— Krle, Pa., 
Nov. 1, laiui'Slonu, N. V., 2, Oleuit 3, Brad- 
ford, Pa., 4. 
Eelng. llerlrudi'— Slieruiun, Tex., 30-Nov. 4, 

llmmvllle (Ml. . 
Eekliiirdfs Ideals (Oliver J. Ilekliurdl, mgr.)- • 
lilniii.n. fill.. 311-Ni.v. 1, Hanger 2 4, Tulnis 

us,' vm.-i.iiu tin;. 

Empire Stuck, No. I (J. L. TIh.iii|.h.ii. uigr.)— > 

F.lklun, Md., 80-Nov. I. Newark, Del.. 2-1. 
I.iiipli'e Stick, No. 2 (II, Williams, mgr.) — 

IliuiuOke, Vn., :iu. Nov. I, 
I',il«nll-Wlnlliru|». Sloek (II. II. IJ.Imi.II. lour.) — 

I'olictrd, N. ('., 30- Nov. -I, AslHltlllo (III, 
KhJpra S(wk (Wright ,v IChlers, rngrs. i— llur- 

llugton, In., Nuv. 2 1, Onliicy, 111., o-7, l<.!o- 

kuk. In,, S-ll. 
"1'i.liiCntluii ot Mr. I'tpp" (Sylvester Mngulre, 

niei-.i-N. Y. Clly'30 Nov. 4, ■ Washington. D. 

a, (Mi. 

"Eleventh Huur," Lincoln J. Curler's (Chas. A. 

S'dlon, ingr.)— New 'Cinuerstowii, O.. Nov. I, 

I'hrlohsUhV 2, Tornnto It. KM) ' 

Wheeling, W. Vs., US, Sleulsmi Hie tl, 

town II '■ 

"Ett>- Witness." LIiiimIii J. Curler's i Edmund 

Mauley, mgr.)— Detroit, Ml.li.. 20'Nur. 4, 

Cleveliiiiil. (>., till, 
"l'.lcrmil Clly" (Llehler A Co., uigrs. I— Loiibl- 

vlllo, Ky., 30-N'uv. 1, llstullloii, O., 2, Cohii.t- 

bus 3. I.' 
"Kl*.|i lluldeli" (W. M. Scniniii'Ui, mgr.)— YnuilgH. 

tonu, (I., Nov. I, Akron . 2, Uelleluulaluo 'A. 

Siirlnglleld I. . . 

"I3glit Hells," Bros. Byrne— Uiilllinore, Md.. 

Nov. (Ml. , 
"Riglilinn lilies (rmn llome" — Olomt'sler, Mocr., 

- 80, livnu 31, Nor. I, New ll»lfurd '-', Tuuuiuu 
3, 1'ullRIVcr 4. . 

, V ' ' 
Vista?, 'Mrs. ; (llnrrl*ii tlrry Iflnke, tugr.)— PIIU- 

burg, .Pu„ 30-Nov. I. Iliilliiui.re. Md., 0-11. 
Piiierslmiii, W|u. (Llebler A Co., -lOirs,)— N. V. 

cily 80, Inil.-iliille. 
Fischer. Allen (P. (I. Whllney, uigr.)— TeltdJ, 

(I.. 31, Nov. 1, Buffalo. N. v., 2 4, Jreulou, N. 

J.. 1). 
Friiukeiilleld, Lnura (Sutiford l»mlgc, mgr.) — Wn- 

iIi-iiii. Minn , Nov,' I. Huuk- Center 2. SI. Chhnl 

3, .Dulutb I. Il'ii.klus.si., N. DUk., 8, Lldtet:- 

wuisl (i, Oakcs in, Lu -Mburv -II. 
Pen berg Sluuk (Geo. M. Fcilbnrg. uigr, I— No;- 

wleb. Conn.. 80- Nor. 1, NOW London o-ll. 
I'enberg Stock (Will Dcslmn, mgr.)— Westerly. 

II. 1., 80-Nov. 4, Woouaucket U-ll. 
Fleming, Murale IW. II. Ora.vj, uigr.) — Putuy 

- town. Pa., Iin-Nov, I. 

I'lsLe. .Mil)' (Jolltl l.V.MKl'.iM'. Illgr.J— Ksleli), MllKS., 

30-Ni.v. I, Gloucester Oil. 
I'Imiii Stock illnliWi A. Wubl, tugr. )— Uli'iili's* 

ler, Musli., 30-Nev. I. I.iiwreuee 0-1 1. 
PulUiii Bros. Stock (.lack P. (ilium, uigr.)— Cobn- 

ell Grove, Km., HONuv. 4. 
1'uulitnlii 'J'lieutro, i.'eiilriil (Kiilin & l'cl.oli. 

uigrs.) — Toiieku, Kali., 80-Nov. 4. 
Fremont Stock (W. H. Fremont, mgr.i--Pl4. 

mouth. III.)., NuV. 2-4, Adrian. Ml.')... .1 11. 

"Flaming Arrow," l.liiculii J. Carter's IW, I*. 
.Iiiiks'-u. uikii-,i— Turonto, Gun., 3t)-Nuv. -1, 
llniiilltuii .1, 7, KliigstnU S, i it i j u-ii nil, 

"Piiiiht," Porter .1. White's l.iiilli.glon. Mli'h.'. 
Nov. I, Ncoiiuli. Wis., 2, Murliletto II. Ureen 

Buy 4, Aj'ldi'lon 3, Meiliillllln-e, Mle'll.. 0, I.S'oll- 

to. Win., 7. Slovens Point N, Erin Cliilri' '■•■ 

lti-1 Wine .Mluu-, in, Mnrslilleld II. (Xhkosh. 

Wis., II. 
"Piilul Wi.hlliiK." Eastern. Kiilllvaii. Iluii't.i ft 

WWls'- Albany, N. V , 80 Nov. I, Sclicmvliidy 

■I.. 

"1'l.lul Wedding," Sulllvuu. llnrrla & Woods'-' - 

Osh+biirg. III., Nov. I, OKawa.2, Aurora .':, 

llvilUelil, lu., I, D'lteiiiHirt S, Fori Madison U, 

Keiiknk 7, F/ilrilelt: -t. Waeliliiglou U, MiniuA- 

beta 10, CllnloH'll. 
"Fust Life In Now YorL" iA.II. Woods, tugtJ 

— Plillo.kdplila, l'u.. 30-Nov. I, Urouklyti, N. 

v.. on. 

"Fighting Fnle," Geo. t,'. dill's (Win. Ilyno, 
iugr:)— llot..ki-ii, N. .t., 2t>.Nov. 1, Kllsatwtb 
2-i. Ilullhouiv. Md., nil. 

"Fiilitniiiuli"' (Win. .V Lilwiini llanlnti. tugr.'.)-— 
i'iij ton. ii , 8ii'N.ii. 1. i '..11.111,1,1111 2 1. Cleve- 
land .ill. 

"I'tdjsl." Slleruinn'H (Geo. Hi'linffi r. uigr. ) — Mi." 
i Inonlmro. III., Nov. I, l'.i|iiallly 2. 

"I'or Ills Brother's Crtuio" tC'bss. IJ. IJIamy 
Aiuino. <:o.. iogrs.1— Troy, N. «*., Nuv. I, Al- 
bany 2 I. Boa ton. Muss., (ill. 

"Funny Mr. Ilisdej," dim Hill's ifred Hide)-, 
unfi',1 -ivntrallj, III.. Not. I, llmu 2, lud' 
soinllle it, uiiIuim- I, SI. I.onh. Mo., r,-II, 
'IV.It.v Kidl.\' 1 (llurt Jitcohl. tugr.)— Knlgliti'' 



ugr, 
town. lud., Nov, l. Albany 2. Winchester 

Utt'intkld U. Sbtlbyvlllu 7. New 



Ktwood, '4 

<:uttlc 8, Tlpio'u 6, 



Aleiau'lrli 10, Macon 11. 

a 

(Charles Frohmnn, uigr.)— Pblla 
30-Nov. 4. Waiblugtuu, V. C.< 



Ois.lwlii, N. C. 
dalpbla, l'a„ 
»-ll.: 

Gllli-tto; WMIIoni (Cbarleti Frobtuao, ugr.)— ton' 

- don. En g., 311 -N vv. I, 

Grace George (Wis. A. Brady, mgr.)— Pblladfl- 
phis, Pn,, 8p.Nov. 11. 

Gsllund. Uei'thn (Duvhl L'nlasco, mgr.)— Brook' 
l>ii. N. Y.. Nov. 4-U. 

Gnllnthi. Allvrta (Keiie. Hulpinuri A Co.. uiurm>' 
— tleii.lrrs.iu. Ky., N'/v. 1, Owenslioro 2, Mudl- 
souvlllr .'I, Nn.inllli., Trim.. I. Juck.ou o. Cor< 
Into. Ml..., 7, Holly Springs 8, Memphis. Tcmi., 
u. Cairo, III., 10, Csrboudule II. 

Gniy. Julia— Lincoln J. Carter's Of, T. Wullacc, 
mgr. )— Sleoiiriiey. In., Nov. 1, Ottumwa 8, 
A ll'h, I, Oskaloosa d, Ncwtou f, Uruiuell 8, 
't'onitt !., Truer lo, lo«i, Fulls II, 

Grimih, Jobi. (Jubu M. Hlckey, u.rr.)— Uuutlof 
top, W. Vs.. Nov. I, Atblnud, Ky., 2. I'crW 
lamtb. O.. .1. Iroutun I. lllltuLoiu 0, WlUtlnn 
ton 7. D.'i.hoii nt/Mleri.' Uoino) 8, GrcesVllla 
b, Richmond. lud., 10; New Castle tt., i 

Ullmore, Paul (Julet Murry, tugr. ) — ZantsTilfc, 
O., Nott I. Cambridge 2, CuBtoti 3, Ntwark 4, 
Staunton, Va., 11; 

Ollmore. Barney (ila.llo 4 Nlcolal, mgrst)-* 
Holyoks. Muas., '30.Nnv. 1. • . 

Uraiwwln. Cliai. E. (Frank How* Jr., tngri)^ 
nrislltlyu.N. Y., 30<Not. 4, Plilladslplila, Pa., 
iM I. • • • , I . 

due Stock (Cban. M. Meny.-r. Higc.l-.-llr*«iit|i.'l(l, 

Ind.. 'Ml. 
Click Hlvcb ilii.t-1-.i HlJck. mei.l-ejMcCviuu. Miss.. 

du-Nuv. I. llrock)i«Vr-fl (t-IJ. ■ 

CltropMlaerlng-ilentOD, Wis., 30-Kot. 4, 8b>?k. 

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"filrls W(lt lie CIH»" (Win. A. Brady, ranr.)— 
i.anonsler, l'a„ Nw. I. Wilmington. Del,, 2. 
I'ntcrsen. Jt. .1., 3, 4, Brooklyn. N, \.. Ml. 

"rilrl of tho Streets" {Decker ft Vitmiwv mgrs.) 
— Baltimore, M<l., 30-Not. 4, Ilnrrlsbitrg. Pn., 
1-8, Pottsdnwn It, Lancaster in. Norrhitnwn 11. 

"Gypsy Olrl," W. "B. Rough's— Pittsburg, I'n., *»■ 
Nor. 4, Akron. CO., . • - 

"Ony Matinee Olrl"— Madison, Mo., Not. J, Tn- 
gus (Soldiers' Horn*) 2, Gardiner 3. Ddrcr, 
N. II., 4, Snnford. Me„ 0. Wont Dorr*. N. II., 
7, Nanhnn. 8, Gardner, Muss., 0, Fltctiburg 10. 

"Gay. .New York," Una Illll'n (Cbns. Ilnrton, 

. mgr,)— Richmond, Vn., SO-.No/. 4, Jersey City) 
N. .i, Old. 

"Great Jewel Robbery"— Hnboken, N. ,T„ Not. 0- 

n 

naekotf. James K.. and Mnry Manncrlng— N. Y. 
City ,'in, Indellnlto. . . 

Hitchcock. Raymond (Henry W; Savage, mgr.J— 
nrooklyn, N. V.. 30-Not. 4. X. V. City 0-11. 

Horned. Virginia (Charles Frohmau, mgr. )— Ral- 
Ilmore, Mil., Nov. 80-35. . . 

Holland, Mildred (F.dward A White, nigr.)— 
Tcrro Haute, Ind., Nov, B, Tlplon 3. Marlon 1, 
Peru II, Lognnspnrt 7. Snitlh Rend 8, I.a l'ortu 
9, Llkl.nn 10, Benton Harhor, Mich,, .11. . . 

nnnforil, Charles II. (I'. Lawrence Walker, mgr.) 
— Ottumwn, In,. Nor. 1, Muscatine 2, Ceils:- 
Rapids .7, Davenport 4, Hook lalnnd, III., r,, 
Mollno fl, . lmvn City, In.,. 7, Rnrllnglnn 8, 
Qiilncy, III.. I), Klrksrlllo, Mo., 10, Scdalln 11. 

Illgo-lns, David (I). It. Btnlr. nigr.)— Detroit, 
Mleb., 20-Nor. -I. 

Howard Hall (Henry Plenum, mgr.)— Knimns 
City, Mo,. ' 2l)-NoT. 4, 8t. Joseph 0, i), Uinahn, 
Nch., 7. s. lie* Moines, In., Ml. 

Hendricks, lien (Win. Grey, ingr.)— Mnnlstlipio, 
Midi., Not. I, Gladstone 3, FTscannba 8, Gain- 
net -I, Jake Linden A, Hancock A. 

Huntings, the Four (Ilnrry Dull, mgr,)— Wheel- 
" , Nor. B-4. 



"Irl.'di pawnbrokcr/i" (dlllp , Mnek d .li«. V. 
Sirf-niT, ingrf.)— LniMliiK, .Midi.. N„v. 1, Ton 
Huron it. .Ii|i'Ils"ii '•>, llnltle (.'reek I. Knlnmn - 
y.i.i 0, i.'uldWHler 7, llowuiilii,- 8, Iluiilnn llnr- 
b'.r 0, Mli-tilfrnn Cltv. In. I., in, Vnl|inrnl»o II. 

"In Obi Vlrglnln" (W. I'. M'nre, losr.) — Wnter- 
loo, In., -Nov. 1. oelivMn 2, Mancbenter 3, Du- 

Iwano 4. . , . . 

"lii New York Town," HnrUg 4 ^leamon'a (I^ney 

Hnakell, m«r.)— Dnlflmore»Mil., Not. fl-11. 
"I. O. !!.." Kolb and Dill— Cincinnati, o., 20- 

Nov. 4. 

J 
JararH, I.n«ti (». ?. Coleman, mgr.)— Fort Worth, 

T**., Nov. 7. ,, 53 , .. 
Jerrerson. Tliomnn (C. It. .TerlersOD, mgr.)— Bnf- 

rnln, N. Xi. iio-Not. 1, Erie, Pa., 2, KochPStcr, 

N. X., 3, 4. 
.Teffenion, .Insepli, Jr., & Wllllnm W. (Victor 

Harmon, hncr. i— oldiihoma City. Okln., Not. 1, 

Kirt Worth, Tej,,- 2; fireeiifllle 'A, Terrell 4. 

MlMlMll II, Hlirereporl, I.a.. 7, Texnrkann, 

Ark.,,. 8,. I'Jno Jilnff 0, Hot Springs 10, Mttlo 

flock It. 
Johnson. Oraec^ — Alhnny, Ore., IIO-Not. 1, Wood 1 

burn 2-4, Vancouver. WJa«h., 0-8. 

I', l'r.inklln, mgr.) 
-. Wyn.i 

'Jerry from Kerry." Patten . & I'erry'a— Mooao 
Jnm, N. W. T., c'nn., Nor. 1. 



"Jolly American Tramp" (II. i'. Vt'nnklln, 
— Norlli I'lntte, Nebr., Nov. !), Cheyenne, 



Ing, \V. Vn„ 
Art,. 

Moacnw, Idn„ Nor. 1, Leirloton 2, Pullmiin, 

Wnch., .1. t • • • 

Hall, Je»«le Mar (M, II. I*Rter, mgr.)— Syrn- 

Ciiae, N. V., ao-Nnv. 1, Itocluwltt 2-1, Coluiu- 

fliia.O., 0-8, ToleiW 0-11. 
Ilngnn. I'M.llc lllnrtlg k Henmon, ingrn.) — Ctlni. 

N. Y.. Xiit. 1. 
Ilnywanl, ilnicii (Tom Krean, mtrr.) — Kolamnroo, 

Mich., nONiiv. I. »•• 

Illmmeleln'H IilcnlH (John A. Hlmmoleln, mgr.) — 

Hay. Oily, Mich.. SU-Nor. -1. 
Illmmeleln Iini>erlnl Htnck (It. !•'. Hlminelelu, 

mgr.l— Day City. Midi., 20-Xov. 4, Cbnrlolto 

Ml. : i • T 

Hunt - Stock (M. A. Hunt, aigr.)— Mancbealer, 

Mich., ,'Kl-Xov, 1. Wyiinilotlo 2-5, Mnnroti 0-11. 
lloyt'n (.'omcil.v (II. (1. Allen, mgr.) — Jowk- 

bowv Ark., Ii0-Nov. A. New . Orleiiiix, l,n„ U-10. 
HenilerHoii. .Mnml (Joneiih Parent, mot.) — Cryslnl 

I'dlli, Mich., IIO-XiiV. I, '-iroawuflil.7-.il. . . 
llnrtlgiin, W'. II., uwl ■'/.inn Pi'lli'heltu (Hen. ,1,. 
i Marlmi, , mgr. i— -iwimmre, (»., IHn 1. !•«»• 

don !t-i, Jnnluon «», Poiueroy nil. 
tUhrtr & Huge ati»rk~ I'lutlalnirg, K. Y„ 30- 

NhT..4, Norm AilnniH. Mnaa.i U-ll. 
HljtnUlond,'- Pauline (Clllton. Whltimin, mgr.) — 

Hu.-iwx, N.'l'.. IIONov. 1, Mniicton "I, Truro, 

w a fl.ll i -i 

IllU'in'au. May, Stuck (Iloaeiier & Hctmnbcl, 
mgrH.i— 1'lttalou, I'n., SlO-Xuv. -I, Lvbnuon 
•Kit, .. • . • 

llllliunn, Muiide (\V. A. Dlllun, mgr.)— Onnonto, 
\Sh\-. Nov., 19-18. . • ■ .- -. 

llolllnaworlli Twirls (Lew (lltmtH.n, mgr.)— Mari- 
etta, iln.. :io Nov. I, Dnlloii fl-11. 

Jlemteranu Stock (W. J. ft I«. It. Henderson, 
mgrs.)— (.'ciliit i-'iiiis, In., :io Nov. l, Iowa 
Knlla, 2-4. 

Hleknian-I!c«»oy (l''rauk W. Jenka, uigr.)— Ooun- 
ell UliltK In:, 311-Nov. •«., 

Itlllyi.v'it.ri'iick o' Jack CoiArdy (Clark lllll.ver. 
ingf.l— DhnVllle, Vn., 30-Nor. •», Mount Airy, 
n" c„ nil. 

"Homa.lftllkit'MKInw ft Frlanyer, ingrn.)— Mill- 
uenpoll". Minn., 20-Xov. 1, St. Taut 2-4, Olil- 
eago, III...0-1S. 

"tlumpty Iiuinpiy" (Klnw ft Kilanger, mgrs.) — 
Chicago, III... SO, Imlednlle. . . , ., 

"HWc in tlieUooi'uli" Cl'lip Klrl«- I,n BJicllO Co:, 
nuira.) — Mndlson, Wis,, Nov. 1, Mllnnukco 2- 
•I, Peorln,. ill., ii. Dnvciipnrt, In., 7, Clinton 
S.'Duhu.|iie o, Cedar Hupnn in. Den Molnni 11. 

"Heart ot Chicago," Idm-nlii J. CarteHa (Jnhti 
Wlilteley, mgr.)— F.lkhart, Ind., Not. 1, Soutli 
Ilcuil 2, I.iipnrti' 3, Mb'lilgun City -1, Hninmonil 
ri. Coal City 11, I'lilrliorv 7, Danville U, Arcnln 

?'l 'JVrre Itnutn 10, Bpringlield. III., 11. 
er Wiildlna Day" (.lame* Wall, mgr,) — Obl- 

nsgo, III., fTo-Nnv. 4, Milwaukee. Win., Ml. 
"Ilaort nt Maryland" (David Ilelnscn, mirr. )■- 

Clereland, O., 30 Nor. 4, linfTnlo, N. V., Il-ll. 
"How Il«nrta.Aro Broken" (J. (1, OIKford, mgr.) 

— Philadelphia, Vn., ao-Nnv. 4. 
"House of Myalery". (Millennial Ilros.' Amuse. 

Co., mgra.) — Lqiilavllie, Ky., 20-Xov. 4, Indian- 

uikjIIi, Ind.. tl-8, Dayton oil. 
"Ileoris of dold 1 ' (run Hani; mgr.)— Newark, 

N. .1., 3(>Nov. t: 
"Iloheat llearlK." (Kllalt ft Oowolo (Wm. Marble. 

jr., mgr.)— Medford, Ore,, Nov. 1, Orovllle, 

Cal.. 2, Hnnla Bona .1, VnlleJ.i 4, Oakland 11, 

"iWy City," Rnat. (Inrdon A Bemiolt's (Edw. 

Taylor, mgr.) — Clarksburg, W. Va., Nov. 1, 

Ornftnn S. Pleilmnrtt X 
"Holy City." Wwl, tlordon ft Ilennett'a (II. M. 

ni.iekaller. mgt.}— Kargo, JN. Dnk,, Nov. 1, 

ft Snlllvmi, 
Philadelphia, 
lt».. 0-11. 

"Hainan Henri*," Fasten) (Joshc Hi - lllaucbnrd, 
mgr.) — Mlllou, I'n., Nov. I. Li-wlshurg U. Hun- 
bgry 3, 1'otlMvllle l.Slinmokln II, Mount Csnnel 
7. Aalilnnd 8, Bhenuiulnnh U, Frenlaml 10, Untie- 
(on 11. 

••Human Henrls," Western (Win. ft Illley, mgr.) 
^Qtilncy, III., Nov. 1, MeComh 8. Mnnmunlb 
.t.UlAleabury 4. Peorln 6. Kewauee 0, Dlvon 7, 
.MorrUon 8. Freepurt 0, Cllntuii, la., 10, Buck- 
ford, HI., 11. 

"Itllinnu I!en,rt>«." Southern (Jny Slmais. mgr.l — 
neliuu, Alii.. Nov, 1, Montgomery 2, Pcnsncolu, 
Fin., 9, Mobile, Aln., 4, New (Irb-nna, l.n„ Ti- 
ll. 

"Her First False Slep," 0. F. WhllnkcFa— I.on- 
'lun, Cnn., Nov. 1. 

"llnnaler Olrl" (dim Cohan, mgr.) — Alma, Mich., 
Nor, 1, Ithnen 2, Owoimo 3, Suglnnw 4, SI, 
Charles 0, Hud Axe, (1, fluy City 7, Mount 
Plen»iiiii s, ScmtTlllo to, l.u.itnituii u. 

"Hftmnu sliive" (Kimw Spoirord, mgr.) — Port- 
liui'l. Ore., Nov. Ml. 

"Hhim-spim Itenrt" (King ft Perklua. nigra.)— 
MMJi-U Luke, Id., Nor. I, Hslherrllle 2. Wlndum, 
Minn., II, St. Jiimes 4, New I'lin r>, Slicrbiirnn 0, 
lllue Kiirtti 7, Fiili'iiiohi s, .Miuikulii U, Wtnnn- 
' J ',i i.'ll.v 10. Ilmi'Toft. In.. 

'nitec ft Itrowne'*— 

"•rlli II, Hnbllu 

>, Hniiia Anna l>, Colemuii lo, Sun 

(.Ifil Cnrltoii, nier.) — lliillas 
1, Adel 2, I'uiii'i'ii 3, linilirli- 



Kallsch, Tferthn (Harrison Grey Flake, mgr.)— 
X. X..CIU fiO. Indenntle: 

Knott, llnscllb (Kane, Shlpmnii ft Colrln, ragrs.) 
—Victoria, II. 0., Rnr. I, Xnnnlmo 2, vim- 
cnuvcr :», New Westminster 4, Belllnghain, 
Waah., ,U, Kverelto 1. Tacoma 8. Olympln V, 
I'orllnnd, Ore., 10, II. ' 

Kellnr, Hie ("treat i Du'llc.r McAdnvv, mgr.)— Co- 
lumliua, 0„ ,10-Xor. I. Dayton 2-4, Toledo ff-8. 

ICarroll, Dot (,T. 0. Wclih, mgr.)— Lowell, Mass., 
30-Xor. ■», Hnlem U-ll, 

Kennedv. Jamns (0. «. Woo, .mgr. )— Portland, 
Me., iO-Xov. 4, Wnlerrlllo fl-11. 

Klngalpy-BiwwlIIK. 11, Buaaoll, mgr.)— Arcnfr 

Kerkboff-iinipian* (Ivan KerkholT, mgr.)— Klr- 

wlii, Kan., .'10-Nov. 4, Rmllh Center 0-1 1. 
ICbirk-Iirl.su (II. It, Klnrk. mar.)— Berlin, X. 

II., 31. .Nov. 4. 

Kennedy, John .1. (Tom Dolovan, mgr.)— Tlnltt- 
nnire, Md..' 30-Nov.«.ll. ,. w . . 

"Kerry How 1 ' (aoorgo Kcuuey, mgr.')— Toronlo, 
Can., .'IO-Xov. I, lluiralu, X. V.. Oil. 

"King of Tramps,:' Kiistcin (Euvplre Amuse. Co., 
ingrs.)— Knst . Urndv, Pn„ Nov. 2, New Ilotlil^ 
item 3, liroukvllle •!, Urockwnyvlllc 0, Ht. Maria 
7, Kiltie 8. Sliimit Jcwctl 0, Snltimancn, W, I., 
10, (He an il, 

14 



I.aeknyo, Wlllou (Win. A.- Itrndy, mgr.) 



-Denver, 

JuKipIl, 



Oil., .'IO-Xov. 4,,(bniihu,.Ncb.y 0-7, St, 

M N, Kiiumis , Oily 0-1 1. r ' . „„. 

Lorlwtr, Wflglit (Wm. A.\ Uriuly, mgr.)— 1'Itl.i- 

burs, I'".. IW-Niiv. 4, flalttuuro, Md., 0-18. 
Lornliie. ItulsM-t (D. D. DlUlnkbum, mgrd-r-X. I'. 

Oily 30, ludetlnlie. . 

Leslie. li.Miiis.ie vUIifi Allen, mgr.)— llntlcr. Pa., 

.W-Nuv.4, (,'umKrlniul. Mil., 0-11. 
Lewis, Dorothy l.lobn Mae, iugr.)— Mount Vet- 

linn, N..-Y.,30-N(|v.,4. Porlcheatcr Ml. 
Long, Frank V... Stock— Wnupacji, Wto., 30-Nnv. 

i, ili-iinil Hrtplds Oil; 
I.yceuiji Comcily (Al. S, .Evnnn, mgr,)— Bridge- 

purr, O., Nov. il- il, 
Lyceiilu Stixik (M. (I.- Orosjcan. mgr.)— Comanche, 

Tex., 30 Nov. 4. 
Loikes, Tho (Will II. Locke, mgr.)— Cednrvale, 

Utin., 30-Not. 1, Independence 2-i, PorKona" OS, 

Fred.uilii (Ml, 
Lu Ileum', Urn, Stock (Harry Ln tleune. mgr.) — 

Ureenvllle, 'I'enn., ,'lil-Nuv. .1, MnrrlHtnwii 0*. 
, ' < 'f." c ' y.i'W <"• '" Hr'iwu. iiiHt'.)— Xortb Powiml, 

Vt.. ao-Xov. 4, Maiicbeslcr till. 
"Lion nud tho Slonse" (Henry II. Harris, mgr.) — 

lli«(ou. .Muss., ,'Hl -.\,iv. I. 
"Llllle lle.1 Hclwiil House" (J. A., West, 'liigr.)— 
Ssulb CbarloglMii'U.. Nov.: I, Wnslilngton (Viurt 
Honsp 2,, Washington 3, Sullun 4, Clrclevllle II, 

I 'lilllP'ollie 7. . 

"Llttlo Johnny Jones," Wentern (Oha«; a, Mlumm, 
ingr,)— Dubuaiic, I|.,.^ot v 1, Waterloo 2, Mnr- 
slmlllnwn S, Osknloosa I, ntinmwa il,'Mnscnttnn 
7, Iowa City. 8, Burlington. 0, Canton, ill., |0, 
C.alcsbnrg 11. 

"I/iat. In a Big Clt*",|(A. n. Woods, mgr.")— 
Nownrk,J<. J„ ,'IO-Nov. 4. N. V.,Clty Oil. , 

'Lurtkj from Homo" (A. II. Woods, iugr.)-X. T. 



CUV (111. 
Llttlo " 



Murray ft MneUey (.loltn .1. Murray, mgr.)— Bel- 
lalre, O., :iil-.\'or. 4. '. 

Marks nros. (Joe Marks, mgr. )--BrafehrldKe, 
Cnn., 3ii-Nov. 1. Onivenliurat. 2-4. IMrre oil. 

Marks Ilros. (Rrnle Marks,, mgr.) — Brampton, 
(Jan.. 311-Nor. 4, Ouelph till. 

Mark* Bros. (R.: W. Murks, mgr,)— Bangor, Me., 
30 Nov. 3. Aupsin 4-8, PoillanA 0-11. 

Morey Stock (l.e.Conjte ft Flesher, mgrs.) — 
Wichita,. ICan., 80-Nov. 4. ,... ff 

Mason, Lillian (\\ M. Veilder, mgr.) — Great 
Bend, Kan.. .lO-Xor. 1, IloUlngton 2-4. 

McDonald Stock (Heb. W. McDonald, mgr.)— 
Aim. Okln.. 30N.iv. 4, Woodward U-ll. 

Manhattan Stock (Snllnger ft Branson, nigra.) — 
Tnrrlngtnn, Conn., 30-Nov. 4. Wllllmantlc nil. 

Mnttice Stock (Ward B. Mntilco, mgr.l— Bond- 
•Hit, K. x„ 30-Nhr. ». Tarryiowii U-ll.' 

Mallory, Clifton— Newark. N. Y., Nor. Ml. 

Mason ft Inison (Burt I»ison,.ingr.) — Atchison, 
Kan.. .10-Nov. 4. Wnlertllle (111. 

Mlnnelil Bros nml .Minn Cennetl — Newport New*. 
Vn., ,'10-Nov. 4. 

"Mr*. l^fflncweJI'M Boots" (Chnrlea Frobmsn, 
mar.) — Kansas City, Mo., "ii Nov. 1, .St. Jo- 
seph 2. Qulncr, III.. .1, Peorln 4, Terrs llnute, 
1ml., 0, Qrand Bnplds, Mleb., 7, South Bead, 
Ind., 8,, Detroit, Mteli., Mi. 

"Mrs. Temple's Telegram" (W. N. Lawrence, 
mm'.)— Clevelnnd. O.. Nnv. fl-11. 

".Mummy and (be Humming Bird" (Jules Murry, 
mgr.) — Van Wert, n„ 30. Shelby 31. Bowling 
lireen Nov. I, Fremont 2, p'ostorln 3, Lima 4. 

"Message from Mars" — PIiomiIxvIIIo. Pn., Nov. 1, 
iv.itivllle 2, Hntlcton 3, Shamokln 4, Lewis- 
town fl, Altonun 7. .lohiistown 8, 

"Marching Through (ieorgln" (Chna, IL Greene, 
mgr.)— Pittsburg. Pa.. Nov. ML. 

"Missouri Girl," ftnstern, Fred Raymond's (Oeo. 
Ihdcc, mgr.) — Hustings, I'n., Nnv. 1, Burnes- 
bnro 2. Ktwasburg 3, Blalrsrlllo 4, iiiillititln 
0, Lock Haven 7, Itennrn 8, Bmporoluiu 0, 
Punxsutnwney 10, Du Bols II, 

"Missouri Olrl," Western, Fred Raymond's 
(Merle II. Norton, mgr.)— Dickson, N. Dak., 
Nor. I, ciciidive, Mum,, 2, Miles City 3, Bill- 
ings II, Livingston 7. Bowman S, Butto 0, Ana- 
eondu 10, Helena II. 

"Mcro to Iln Pltle.1 Than Scorned" (Chan. M. 
Ulnney Amuse. Co.. mgrs.)— Chicago, HI., 20- 
Xnv. 11. 

"McFaddeu's Fluts," Oiui Hill's (Tbrts. R. 
Henry, liivr.l — «t . Isiuls, Mo„ 20-Xov, I, Knn- 
su» Clly Ml, 

"Mldnlgbi Flyer" MM, Andersod. mgr.)— Al- 
i. ...mi. Pn., Nor. 1, Reading 2-4, Sheiiannonb 
(I. Mlnersrlllo 7, Sbnniokln S, Itenoru U, ls>ck 
llayen 10, Wlllluiiispnrt 11. 

"Mwiishlner's llniujlitcr" (Itoy Kingston, mgr.) 
--roft Huron, Ind., Nov. 1, Lognusport 2, 
i.'riiwi'onlsvllle .1. Kokoino 1, Purtlnmt ft, llart- 
f.ml.Clty 7, KiilghtHtnwn H, Itnslivllle II, Con- 
nersvllle lo, Rlclliiiiiml 11, 

"My Wife's Family," llasleru (F. W. Cooke, 
mar. I— "hvisid, MiO., Nov. I, New Castle 2, 
Muticle 3, Klchuiimd 4, l.'ftmiM 0, Kenton 7, 
Toledo U-ll. , ■ • 

"My Wife'* Family," Western <W. M.flowuu, 
n.gr.)— Kiieliie, Wis., Nov. 2, DUon. III., 8, 
Slrrlliig in, Kewmiis) II, I.ii.Snlln IS, 
"Me, IHm unit l."riurtlg ii Seiiraon'a— Boston, 

Muss., 30-.N..V. 4,.N, Y.'.Clly Ml. 
"Moloney'.. Wisldlng,' 1 Ilnnk-l MeCor's (Ira It. 
IIii.rnt.-is. mgr.)— Weldon, X. C, .Nov. I, Crls- 
Held.. Md.,' -I. .- . 

'•MUllnhoIre Tramii" (Fred'C. Tbamas, mgr.)— 
Cumberland, M(l„ Nov. 2, . Cbnrlerol, I'n., 4, 
Mfinnngnhcln 0, Morgaulowu, W. Va., 8, Daw- 
son, P.I., II. • '. 
"Midnight lu New York" (0. 0, Jnckson, mgr.)— 
HiuiHlbiil, Mo.. Nov. -I. 

» N 

Nctliersole, Olgn ((!, u. Dllllngliam, mgr.)— 

• Clilengft. III., 30-Nov. 11. 

Xiitluiinl Stock (Harry 0. Nelson, mgr.) — Prince- 
ton, Mo., 30-Nov. I, Unloiivlllo 2, 8. .. 

"Muelj- „i„| Nine" (J. L. Ilnfnrd, mgr.)— Wilkes- 
Ilatre, Pn., 110-Xuv. 1, Seruntwi 2-1, X. Y. 
Clly d-18. 

"Nolitdbnrly Neighbors" (Frank W. XtMB, mgr.) 
— -Wilmington, Del., 30-Nov, 1, Camden, N. ,1., 
2-4, N'orrlstown, l'a.,'0. I^ug Branch, K, .1., 
7. Freehold 8, Trenton 0, 10, Bristol, Pn.. II. 

"Nettle, tho News Olrl'' (Could ft Freed, rours. ) 
— HAIyoke, Mass., 30-Nov. 1, Manchester, X. 

"Neli Nelson" (Perry ft Pressly, mgrs.)— Bowdon, 
N. Dnk., 0, Velvn 7, Bnwbefl 8, Portal 0, 



Tl. Woods, 
, ladlnnnpo- 



lil.icsaiier, inav, i — cnrfio, n. uiii. 
Grand Fork* 3. Winnipeg, Man., 3, 
"How Baxter Butted In" (Vance ft 
nigra.) — Norfolk. Vn., 30-Nov. I, Pb 



(>ag.. city 10. Iimi.'rort, In.. It. 

'llisillgmi lu Now Yiiik." Friitec 

l'l]nt Point, Tex., I, Fort Worl 



(lolthownltu 
Ai/g.'l» 11. 
"JllilNFiillicr'n Sin' 
Center, In., Xor. 
Center I, Stuart U, Casey 7, Adulr 8, Auedi P. 

,.'....., .,. Ml... II... It V.u.l. . (.1 



Wulhut HI. Shelby It 
"Hans Jluiisuu" (.Tiiim-e 
ifiglun, 111., Nut, 1, Al Inula 



Xeolu 12. 
r. MeAlplii, 



mgr.l — Lex- 
. Vlrdcn 3, mi- 

lesidi- I, Kusl SI. Louis t>. Jnrseyvlllc u. Green- 
. Held 7, iteu.lhoiiM- S, W luebe.-.ter II, Bins 10, 

I Mil) I o:i II. 
"Ilil'pv Hoollgiin's Trip Around llui World," tins 

IIIII's (Joe (Vtlliiglll, mgr.) -Oiniilia, Nebr., 20- 
' KllV. 1, He* Mollle-, In., 2,1, Alollue. 111.. ", 
' LlaVeuisil'l, In., fl, liurllugl.Mi 7, (liilcsbuig. III., 

S, l'rorln 0, uttuHii in, .toilet 11. 
"n«;»rt ot Blue Itldge" (l.'dw. Mills, mgr.)— lllcb- 

lUBJid, Va., 3ii-N'm. •!. • 
"Hooligan's • Tl»ul'h's" (Arlbur J. Avlcsworlli, 

mgr.l — Ituseliind,' It. (!., Nov. I, Nerlbporl, 

Wash., 2, Uariiliglou 3, Weuatebee I, Scuttle 

?£ i 

Irwlo. May— Kansn* City, IK. Nov. 2-1,- SI. 

Joseph fl, Unrllugten, In.. 10, Couir Rapids II. 
Inicrnatloniil Sleek lllnrrls Lnnilmrg. nici'. ) —Fl- 

mlra. K. Y.. 311-Nov. I. Jnineslowii MI, 
•'In (he Bishop's Cnrt-lagc" (Lleblcr (Vfc, nmrs, I 

—Chicago, (I!., 30-Nov. J, SI, Paul, Minn., .V 
LIU. 



"Little Ilnmoatead" (Wm, Macaulcy, ir.gr.)„-pnr- 
sons, K*il„ Nnr 1 . 1. Fredonln 2. Colfervlllo 4. 
Bnrllesvllle, Ind. Ter., 0. TulSn 7, Clarenmru 
8. F.nld, Okia.. 1), Arkansas City, Kan., 10. 
WJllllcliI 11,. .... 

"LoTeland" (Shubert'ft Perley, mgrs.)— Pitts- 
burg, Pn.. Not. (HI. , 

"Lltllo Outcast," E. J, Cnrpentcr'a-Canaillan, 
lad. Ter.. 30, Conlgato 31. Lcblgh Nov. 1, Iln- 
rant 2, Cadre 3, Sulphur Sprints, Tei , 0, Gil- 
mer, 7, Navesoia 8, Cnmomn 0, Caldwell 10, 
II r en 1 1 ii in 11. 

"Llttle/lntonst" (R. A. Unnka, mgr.)— Hamilton, 
0., Nov. A,. 

"Lftrd Bnlllniore".(J. N. Bcntfrow, mgr,)— Paula 
Valley, Ind. Te>., 30, . Chlc.kaaba 31. I.owton, 
Okln;, Nhv. 1, Oklnhoma City K Guthrie 4. 

"Lovers and Lunatics" (Mlttcnthnl Broa.' Amuse. 
Co., mgrs.)— Cliivinnail, 0„ 20-Nov. 4, St. 
Louis, Mo., S-ll. . 

"Lighthouse by the Sea" (Vnnco ft Sullivan, ' 
nigra.)— N. Y. Clly . 30-Nov. 4, Philadelphia, 
Pa., fl-11. 

"Lyinnli Twins" (Lyman Bros., mgrs,) — Boon- 
vllle,Ma.. Nov, 1. Macon 2, Klrksrillo-S, Tren- 
ton 4, ATchlaon, Kau., fl, llorton (1, Topcka 7, 
Manhattan 8, Clny Center 0, Abilene 10, Paolo 

M 

Mansfield. Itl.'hnnl (II. D. Stevens, mgr.l— Chi- 
engo, 111., 30-Nov. I, Hnshen, Ind., tl, Indian* 
it|s)ils 7. Pcorlii, HI., 8, Den Moines, la., 0, 
omnlia, Nebr., 10, 11. 

Mantell. Robert II. (Wm. A. Brady, mgr.)— N. 
Y. Clly 3D, Indefinite, 

Murk, Andrew (Rich ft Harris, mgrs.)— San Fran- 
cisco, Cal.. 30-Nov. I, Simla Barbara (I, Santa 
Ami 7. San Dlegu 8, Los Angeles 0-1 1. 

Murphy, Timothy (T. K. Ssiinders, mgr.l — Oma- 
ha, Nebr., ,,0-X(,v. 1, Sioux Falls. S. Dnk., 2, 
3, siuiiv City, In., -I. Lincoln. Nebr., 0, De* 
Mollies. la.. 7, Marshalltitwn 8. Cedar Rapids 
II. lown CHy 10, Burlington It. 

Morrison, Lewis (Jules .Murry, mgr.) — Pnter- 
sou, N, ,l„ Nnv. 2, Trenton 3, 4, Richmond, 
Vn., 0, Newport II, 

Jl.'lniyre nud Hentli (Klnw ft ICrlanger, mgrs.)— 
N. V. City .'Ki-Nov. 11, 

Morions, the Fimr (Percy (I. Williams, mgr.l — 
Providence. ILL. HO- Nov. I. N. Y. Clly tl-it. 

McKlnby, Mnhul (W. W. Nnnkevllle, mgr.l— -Al- 
tiKinii, Pn., Nov. 2, ilnriisburg 3, Trcntvu, N. 
J.. I. Jersey i.'lly Oil. 

Mortimer, Lllllmi iJ. I,. Voroiiee. iner. > — Scrnn- 
lull. Ph.. 3U-N..V. I. WHes-llniTi. 2-1, Kllxnuelh, 
N. ,L, (!-S, Tm.v, N, Y., I), IUIcii 10. II. 

Melville. t:..se (J. It. Stirling, mgr.l — Ml«n. HI.. 
3>i. Lincoln 31, BlimiiiliigiMii Nov. I, piviin 2, 
Jollet 3. Hiliiwii I, Anmrn 5, llis^kforil (I. Hlglu 
7, (JKlik.Hh, Wis., \ Wniunu 0, SU|M'rlor 10, 
llultllli, Minn., II. 

Murrny mid Hindi (Olllo, Slack ft Joe. W. S|ie:irs, 
iiiuis.)- Nnslnllle, Teiiii.. ao-Xuv. 4. Memphis 
(Ml, 

Miisoii and Mason ( Bnui.lhiirsi ft Currle. mgrs.) 
--Piidu.'uh, Ky., Nov, t, Fulton 2, Jackson, 
Trim., II, I. J„iiei>lsini, Ark., il. Little Rock 7, 
H, Hot Spring-. II, Pine lllntV 10, Helena II. 

M.uig, Wm. V. (Frntik Vtslge, mgr.)-- llelev/in, 
HI., 30, Pmrlii III, .IncksodTllle Nnv. I. Lnulsl- 
un.i 2. Belleville C>. . Lllchflcbl fl, JX'Cnlur 7, 
CUiiuipiilgu 8, 1.;. in 111.. |«, 

McAullO'tf, Jen?, SKsk (Hurry Rtlornv mgr.l— 
Xe-.vburgl;, X. Y., CO-Nov. I, pisuukc-epslu fl-11 . 

M.vrkle-llanlec StwU, Kaaleru (W. II. llahler, 
iiu.t.1— Uastun. Pn., UO-.Nov. 4, Paletsou, N, 
J., fl-tl. 

Jlyrkle-Hartler Slork, Western (Knar-tin . J. Hall, 
mgr.)— -llarrlslmrg, Pu., 30-Xov. 4, Rending 
fl-11. 

M.vrklc Harder Stock, Southern (Latimer ft Leigh, 
nigra.)— Lexlngtuu, Ky., ,'IO-Mov. 4, Urnnsvlllc, 
Jiul., (Ml. 



Olcott, ChaunceT (Augntlus Tltoii, mgr,)— Brook- 
lyn. X. Y., 30 Nov. 11. 

O'Nell, James (Kilgnr Forrest, mgr.) — Marlboro, 
Mnss., ho; New London, Conn., 31, Mlildletnwii 
Nov. 1, Providence, R. 1., 2-4, New Britain, 
Conn., fl, Worcester. Mass., 7, KorthnmptOD 8. 

' llnlyoke 0, New Haven, Conn., 10, New Ro- 
cbelle, N. Y„ 11. 

Osimiin. Hlldnr— Monroe, N. Y„ Nnv. 1, Florida 
2, Highland Mills 3, llaverstrnw 4, Blnue- 
water fl. 

Osman Stock (John Osruan, mgr.)— Wnablngton, 
N. 0., 30-Nov, 4. 

Orphcimi Stock (Kilwnrd Doyle, mgr,)— rinua, O., 
30-Nov. 4, Mlddletown (111. 

"Our New Minister", (Miller ft Conjers, nigra.)— 
Grand Rnplds, Mich., 30-Nov. 4, Muskegon, 
Mleb., fl. Dowaglac 0, Angola,. Ind., 7, Delpbns, 
O., 8, Howling Green 0, Fremont 10, Flndlny 
11. . 

"Over NIngnrn Fnlla," A, Rowland ft Clltford's 
(John P. Burrett, mgr.)- -Alliance, ().. Nov. 1, 
Nile* 2. Greenville, Pa., 3, Bandy l.nko 4, OH 
Oily fl. Franklin 7, New Castle 8. Kast l'alcs- 
tlne, ()., 0, Toronto 10. 

"Ore'r Nlngara Falls," 11, Bowland ft Clifford's 
(L. 'II. Newcomb, mgr.) — Victoria, Tex.. Nuv. 
1. Ouero 2, Flnreavlllc 3, San Anionln 4, New 
Brannsfels 5, Austin fl, San Marco 7, Ucllovlllo 
jS, Brenham 0, Nuvesota 10, Bryan 11, 

"On tho Bridge at Midnight," Lantern. Kllint 
ft Giuaolo's iFreil Walton, mgr.l-— Cortland, N. 
Y., Nov. I. Blngbnmton 2, Utlcn 3, I, Atasler- 
dam (k Scheuectiidy 7, Coboes 8, Ciena Falls 
p,- Mochunloavllln 10. Tmy II. 

"On the llrldire nt Midnight," Western, Kllmt ft 
ilnssolo's (Daniel Heed, mgr.) — Lnn Ontos. 
c.il.. Nov. 1, Salinas 2. Santa Bnrburn 3, Veu 
turn 4, (iviiui'd R, Santa Ann (1, Snn Diego 
Pnsodern S, Pomona 0. Sou Bernardino 10, 
Riverside 11. 

"Old Arkansaw," Fred Raymond's (Victor K. 
I.iimhert, luftr.) — Central City. Neb., Nov, 1, 
St. Paul 2. (! rn ml Island '.'., I.c-Jngtnii 4, Kear- 
ney 11, illhl sin 7, Aurora 8. I lurches i. -r II, c'relo 
10. Bean leu II. 

"Old (.'lollies Mun." Rowlnnd ft Clifford's (Davo 
Seymour, nlgr.)— Hudson, Mich., Nor. I, Jack- 
sou 2, Cbarlolte 3, Lnnslng 4, Fowler .">, 
lonlu II, (iKsiivllle 7, SI. .lulilis S, I'vlllluC 0, 

Miuiut Clemens 10. Port Huron 11, 



a 

"Queen of (he Whllo Slave*" (A. 

mgr.)— Torre Ilniili-, Ind., Nnv. 1 

lis 2-1. Cincinnati, 0., .ill. 
"Queen of the Highbinders" (A. IL Woods, mgr.) 

—Boston, Mass,, 80-Not. 4, Hobokon, N. J., 

A-8, Pntorson fl-11. 
"Qulncy Adums Sawyer"— Hamilton, 0., Not. 11. 

II 

Rnbr.on, F.Ieonor (I.Icl.lcr ft Co.. mgrs.) — Los 
Angeles, Cal., .'.(•• Not. 4, F.t I'aso, Tex., 7. 
Snn Antnnln 0, Houston 10, (JalTcslou 11. 
Rogers Brothers (Klaw ft Erlangcr. mgrs.) — 
Brooklyn, N. Y„ 30-Nov. 4, Philadelphia, Pa„ 
11-18. • 

Boss. Thomas W. (C- B. Dillingham, mgr.)— St. 
'Jxiiils, Mo.. 50-NOT. 4. . . ' , . 

Roberts. I'loronee (H V. Olmiix, mcrf.) — Wal- 
lace, Ida.. 3o, Missoula, Mont,., 31,' Anncondn 
Nov. 1, Croat Falls 2. Helena 3. 4, Bnrte »■ 
7. Billings K, Miles City 0, Blsmark, N. Dnk., 
10, Jamestown II. , ... 

Rny, Johnny nml Kmmo (K. D. Stair, mgr.)— 
llolyoke, Mnss., Nov. 1, Hartford, Conn., 2-1, 
Boston, Mass,, fl-1. 
Busmen Brothers (II. -Frank Dodge Co., mgra.)— 

X:.Y. City '.10-N'or, 4. , ' , ,, 

llnnkcl. (kirtnne. Stuck (nrctoo ft Ilunkcl. mgrs.) 

—Sumter, 8. C. ao-Nor. I, Columbia fl-11. 
Ryan Stock (Daniel It. Itynn, ingr.) — Atlanta, 

(In., 3D- Nov. 4, Birmingham, Aln., fl-11. 
Bop Stock (0. J. W. Roe. mgr.) — Lawrence, 

Mass., 30-Nov. ■(, llavarrdll 6-Tl. 
Hop Comedy (0. J. W. Boo, mar. I — Glons Falls, 

S. Y., S(f-itov. 4, Burlington, Tt„ fl-11. 
lliiiiiliiin -Miiiui (Win. ft .Miinn, nigr.) — Norwich, 

Omn., 30-Nov. 4. 
Reulfniw Sloclc (.1. X. Rcntfrow, nigr.) — Ander- 
son, Ind.. il-ll. 
Rogers. R. 0., Stock (Will H. powers, mgr.)— 

Uowandn, X, Y., 30-Xor. 4. 

Ruff & Dcnn Comedy— (irecnrlllo, S. C, 30-Not. 4. 

"RMfmptlon of Dnvld Corson" (Harry Doel Pai^ 

ker, m«T.) — Plalnllcld, N. J„ 0, Now Rochclle, 

N. Y„ 7, Peeksklll 8, Newburgh 0, Troy 10, 

Albany 11. 

"Ruiinlug for Office" (Chan, Yooo, mgr.) — Mead- 

vllle, Pa., Nor. 1,. TitusTllle 2, Franklin 3, 

BOaver Falls 4, Altuono 0, .lnbuitown 7. Ty- 

I'oiic 8, Siinbiii.v II, She I... .kin 10, Slieiiandonli It. 

"UMolnh mid AdDlpb" (A. P, Ilnniberg, mgr.) — 

Wuefllnjr,' W. Vn„ ail-Nov.. I, Fairmont 2, 

(inrksbiirg IS, Slstervllle 4, Athens. n„ (I, 

Ciiinbrlilgc S, Uhrlchsvllle 0, New Pblladclphlii 

10,, Cantou II. 

"Royal Slnte," North, Gordon ft Bennett's (Fred 

, Miller, mgr.)— Oakland, III., Nov. 1, Sulll- 

TllU 2, l-'iiri'irr City 3, 
"Royal Slave," Kust, (Ionian ft Bennett's (B. T. 
Stelsofi. nigr.)--llenver Falls, Pu„ Nov. I, 
Wellsvlllo, ()., 8. 
"Royal Sliivo," We«l, Oordi.li ft Beunelfs (Robt. 
M. Stcrcus, mgr.) — Norfolk, Nebr., Nuv. 1, 
Pierce 8. Misner 3. . • , , 

"Riiiiinviiy Buy" (M. II. Mejers, nigr. ) — Bridge- 
isirt. Conn., Nov. I, 2. Ih'tby 3, South Nor- 
walk 4. 
"Ruee for Life" (P. II. Sullivan Amuse. Co., 
mgrs.) — Alum, HI., Xor. 1, JncksnnvUki 2, 
Decatur 3. KsnkNM L Mllwiiukeu, Wis., 5-11. 
"lt.minnce In (.'uOn Ilollotv," lantern , (A. C. 
Allen, mgr.)— Xorwleh, N. Y., Xov. 1, Ham- 
ilton 2. Watcrvllle 3, Atnsterdnm I. Rome (I, 
Itrtavla 7, Newark 8, Weodsport 0, Oswego 10, 
Fill Mil II. 
"Mum In Coon Hollow." Western (Geo. P. 
Ilnlnes ft Co., Mgm.1— -Sault Sle. Marie, Mich., 
Nov, 8, Sault Ste. Mario, Can.,. 3, Mania thine: 
Mleb., 4. Miinlslng 0, Newberry 7. (Ihind 
Matins B, Oiiuuny U, Al|wim lu. Bust Towns 

"Rip Van Winkle," IJoulern (C. ft Idler, mgr.)— 
Soulli Plttslsirg, Tenn.; Nov. I, MeMliinrllle 
2, Sliclliyvllle 3, Tulhihntnn 4, Fnyclli-vlllit 0, 
Columbia ',, Pulnskl 8, Hpiinglleld t», Guthrie, 
Ky., HI, Itussellvlllu II. 

"Rip Van Wluklo,", W. B. Filer's. Western 
lOhss.' Bpweu, ingr.)— Sweelwaler, Tex., Xov. 
1, .11. rl.cl 8. 

ft" 

Sothern; E. IL, . and Julia Marlowo' (Clinrlcs 
l.'rohman, ingr.)— N. V. City 80, lodeflultc. , 

Sklnger. Otis (Joseph. J. Buckley,, mgr y )— Co- 
lumbus. O.. N-it. 1, Springfield i. Plqna 3, 
Mnusllelil A, Detrnll, Mich., fl-8, Toledo, 0„ 
», rndlanaisdls, Ind., 10, Dayton 1 11. : 

Stuart, lta!pb— X. . Y. Clly 110-NoT. 4.. -.., 

Snllv, Daniel (Willis F.. Royer. mgr.)— Superior. 
Wis., 30, Bralnertl, Mlun., in, Winnipeg, Man., 
Nov. 1, 2, Orsnd Forks, N, Dnk., a, Forgo 4, 
Davenport, la., 1 1. 

Sidney. OeorH (E. D. Stnlr, mgr.)— I^nlsvllle, 
Conn . aO-Nov. i. ~'. . 

Shea, Thoman U. (F. 0. Nlxon-Nlrdllnger, mgr.) 
-Jersey City, N. ,T., 30-Nov. 4, Newark (Ml. 

Smart Set, Gus Hill's (W. B. Uoore. mgr.)'— 
Clilengn, 111., 20-Nov. 4, Milwaukee, Wis., fl-1 1. 
yfr ,n t SffiS • M * tlt s "' nln ' m «f-)— Davenport, 

Summer.) 8tock (Geo. n. Summers, mgr.)— Ro- 
glnn, Assa., Cnn., 30-Nov, 4. 

Sliiirpley Thogtre (A. J. Bkarplcy, mgr.)— Butte, 
Mont.. Ofl-Nov. 4. Great Fulls fl-11. 

Sites Stock. Northern (Sites ft Gilbert, mgrs.)— 
Brockvillc, Can., 30-Nov. 4. Ottnwn 0-8, IIull 

Sites Stock, Southern 



ThompHou, Denmnn— BnHlon, Mass., 30-Not i 
1r ferf: ( - JSS^l n ^ <los - f'lnmnn, msr i_ 

H!h?5SI ' ' : ' 1 ' '-"^^ 

Turner, Clnrn (fra W.. Jackson, mgr. )— Manrh*. 

tor. XI L. 30-Not. 4. Concord fl-ii MMC| "'«- 
Tucker, Ethel, Slock (Mack Bros., Bgs.1— AW,- 

qnorquo 3O-X0T. 20.. ' "" , 

Taylor. Albert, Slock (Oscai- V. Nix, hus. mr , 

-r-Clehnrno, Tex. 30-Not; 4. Waxahacblo «.i ' 
Tnjlor. Alliort tllarry Biting, mis. air,- 

Amerlll... Tex., Not. 1, 8, Uunnnh 3, J* '' 
Tempest, ,T. ■ 




xns" (Broadhurst ft Currtp, mgr.)— Mlnnpino- 

"' . Ml,, t"w-' () .;r.''' *' D "» Moines, hi, r,T 
malm. Neb., fl-11.' ' a < 

IL Smith, togr.)— Wooilslock, 



if' 



sonTllle S,^ Lancaster d, .Nelsmivllln 4, \,L 
Lexington 0. Crcoksvllle 7, Coslioeion 8, N'.£ 
Coinerstown O.iSli'iils'iivlIlo in. Bclhiire il 

'Too Prflnd to Beg," Lincoln J. Carter's VlfraA 
Ivlmbnll. in S r.)-Herjslmer. X. v., ft""' 
'iihrtstota 3. Lyons I Palmyra ('.. ' P.fmlru ?' 
pm""o. , r i i ( l rt ' : ' mim "' Blo01, " l ""-g If',' 

"Texas' 

ik : 

Omaha 

"Two Sisters' 
N. 1L, Nor. 

"To Din at Dnwn". (Kngeno SpolTord, , mgr.l— 
Mnnnlngton. W. ,Vn.. Nov, 2. Morgnntown 3, 
Jinioiilown, Pa., 4, Monessen «. Clinrlcrol R 
Monpngahflla 0, Jcannetto 10, Now Kensington 

"Tracked ^Around the World" (\. n. Woods 

Si'if.' rlTii."' *' J " ■***'' I,|, "™™ : 

",'!' m", 1 ''*?'", ( \- ,: ' n«vMsoa, mgr.)-Craw- 
fordsvlllc. Iml.. Nov. 2, Logaiuis.rt 4. Blue 
Island, 111,, a, Bclvldere fl, Roclielie,7, Sterling 

"Tracy, the,. Outlaw" (8, h'. Martin, mgr.)— Put, 
nam. Conn., 30 KItot Point, if. I., 31 rjij 
''>*"•. Mass,, Nov. 1, ^ow Uodforil 8, Mllfurd 
,t, Lynn 4. 

"Ten Nights In n Bar Room," John V. Stowe'i 
— Riverside, Cnl., Nov. 1, Rcdlnnds 8, Sau 
Bernnnllnn 8. ' 

"Thoroughbred Tramp," Southern (Ilnrry Pari, 
lligtou, ingr.)— Clinton, Okln., Nov. 1, Weather, 
ford 2, 1'ond Crook B, Hutchinson,, an., n, Us. 
Pberson 7, Kolslngtou S, Great fleud (i. 

"Thorouglilired Tramp," Western (C. A. Walker 
WW.) M Wlrost, Colo., Nov. 1, Ouray 2. Tcllis 
ride Jl, Dolores 4, Mancoa 0, Diirnngo 7. Ha- 
inosn ■■ 

, U 

"Hniler Southern Skies." Biislcfu (Harry Dad 

Parker, tugr.)— Soulli l-'nimlngbiioi, Jios*., 

J«v. l,^Tauiitoo-8, .Attleborn 3. Bmektiiu t 

New Hertford C. Kfwnori. It. I., 7, Full Hirer 

.Mass., S. Wcbslor II, Fltchburg 10, Mnrlhnni 

"Liuler Soiilbem Skies," Western (Harry Rod 
Parker, uigr.)— Vlacnlln, Cal., Nuv. 3. Ran- 
lord 4, Ficsiio 0, . 

"tinder. Southern Skies," Central (Harry Dor! 
SVJrtl. "'g''-!— Abilene. Kim,, Xoy. 1, Snlldu 
8, Mel'l|..'i-soti .'I, Ilutcliliisoii 4, Wlchltn 11, Ar- 
kansas City 7, Oklahoma Clly, Okia., S, Win- 
Held, Kun., 0. Iobi lu, Coffeyvllln II. 

"l.iiele Turn's tjablil.". Al. W. JIartln's (F.d. S. 
Miirtin, mgr.)— Mount Vernon,- 111.', Nov. 1. 
Kyniml||c. Ind., -1. New Albany I), Paris, Ky., 
10, Maysvlllo II. 

" V m\U ^ al ^ ,, ,'r- < - ,|,lcn « ' IU " 20-Nov. J, Clncln- 

"Cnclu Tom's Cnl.ln;" stetson's, Central (Orant 

Luce, mgr.)— Alfoiin, Pn., Nov. 4. 
"I nele Tiim's Cabin," Stetson's. Kastem (John 

I. Shannon, uigf.)— Concord, X. 1I„ Xov. I, 

Plyinoiltli 2. 
"''i'.'f. 1 ?. ' Cuaw ^I'vln," Stetson's, Western (Wm. 

Kibble, mgr.l— Falrhury, 111., Xov. 1, Bloom- 

L 1 !"'.'." 1 ..: y'llou •'), Doculilr 4, Tuscola ".. 

Sbelhyvllic 7, Snrlngfleld 8, II, Mount Sterling 

10, Qulficy U.I.'i.rt Madison, Iu„ 12. 
"f nelp Ton('s Dablti," stetson's, Xorthern (flro. 

Peck, mgr.) Auburn. Xcbr.'. Nov, 1, Tecuin- 

seh 8, Fnlrbury .8. Bealrlcc 4. . 
"Ijiolo Tom's Onliln," Sterllng'a (Mrs. Ida Wash- 
burn, ihgr.)— Blrolra, N. Y„ 30-Xor. 1. Cann- 

soraga 2-4. 
"rnola SI Ilasklns" (0. R. Primrose, ragr.)— Mc- 

Henry, 111., i, (i, L«ko Geticvn, Wla„ tf, Hit- 

bnfn 7. ' 



nigr.)— Mllwan- 
Not. 



Pulton, W. 11. (J. M. Stmtt, lugr,)— St. Joseph, 
Mn„ Nov. 2-i. Mur.vi.vllh. fl.- Hethiiiiv 7, Stim- 
Is'i'r.v S.. Trcnion li. Cbllllcoihe In, Moheiiy II. 

I'liiiiell. Knlbryn (W. D. Fllsgcrald, mgr.) — XI- 
ngiirn Fulls. N. Y., i'.0-X«v. -J. 

I'lu 'lull Sti»'k (K, V. I'belnii. mgr.) — Augusta, 
m,i 30-Nov. t, llockloiul 2-4, Lewlstnn (111. 

PIckerlH. The Four (Willis I'li'kei'i, mgr.l— Man- 
roe. N. 0.. 30-Nov. 1, LtwrviKM 2-4, Urvcnvlllo 
(III. 

"Prodigal Son" (Llrbler ft Co., mgrs.)— Montreal, 
(Mil., 30-Nov. 4, Bo.ili.li, Mass,, IMS. 

"Fringe, Clnip" (W, N. Lnwrcuce, mgr.)— X. Y. " 
City .10. Iiiucflulle. ■ 

"I'.sir Itrlathni" (R.'ft Meyers, mgr.) — Alpenn, 
Mich., .Nov. .1, iiiiuwii 8, Cbelsiygnu 8, PiUosky 
•I, Hood City C. Clare 7, Alum. I , llhucu II. 
SI. Johns 10. . . 

"Purls by Xlgb'l"— HnrlfmSl. Conn., ao-Xov. I. 

"l'ulv nt' Country Kids" (Smith «.- Banmau, mgrs. I 
—Curry. Pa.. 30-Nov. 1; Xbrlh Fast' 2, Onn- 
neaut, 0.. a, liiiti'ei'iun 4, steiilH.''nviiie uj Can- 
ton 7. Mlllersburg 8. Mount Yeruou p, Massll- 

ll.ll 10. ClSlllH'lllll II. 

"Peek's Bad Boy" (Heath £ Farrcn, mgrs.)— . 

Mnrletto, Pa., Xor. 1. PhllsdeipliHi (Fraiilifunll 

2-4, Cnhtinliln it. Mlddleiowu 7, Allnoun 8, Tr- 

ronn 0, Lilly in, Irwin II. 
"Piinkln Dusker" (W. .1. Ilerthl.'k, mgr.) — Osn- 

watomle. Kau., Xor. I, Psoln 2, Lawrence 3, 

Topeka 4, 



lies Stock Southern (Sites ft Gilbert, mgrs.)— 
Mount O Ive, N. C, 30-Nor. 4, Selmn 0-8, Tar- 
Isiro U-ll. 

"Shadows on tho' Hearth" (Arthur O. Alston, 
mgr.)— Kansas City, Mo.. 30-Nov. 4, Topeka 
Kan., B, Kmhnrln fl, Newton 7, Hutcblnson M, 
I.a Juntn, Colo., I). Pueblo lo, Colorado Springs 

'Sky Farm" (Joa. R, Grloiner. 

kec, Wis., 20-Not. 1. 
'Serio-comic Governess"— Hamilton. Can., 

1, Ottawa 3, 4, Montreal, Can., U-ll. 
Son of Iloet" (Broailliurst ft Currle, mgrs.)— 

Birmingham. Aln., 30-Not. 4, Montgomery fl-8, 

Annlslon 0, Rome, Ca., 10, Chattanooga, Tcun,, 

'T. ""c7ty"o."ov h V' 3 " mfa "vWlfck's- 

'Slierl(M.k IIMiaes" (Bot'hner ft Onmpliell, mgrs.) 

^BJffi^hW "■ Hrracnse. N? Y.', 

V WW nf tho Mill." Gordon ft Bennett's (0. W. 

Boberts, mgr.)— Trenton, N. J„ Not, 2 Ches- 

..ui"' l >,, 3 ' , Mnlc ". , .• N ' J - •»' Burlington 11. 

*9 P, *.S '" ;ms <"■ <>• Prncrfn, -mgr.)— N. 

i . -City aii-Nnv. 4, Port .lerrls. N. Y., (1, Mld- 

jlletnwu 7, SNUOIl, ft J., 8, Wilmington, Del., 

"SJgn of Ibo Four" (B. K. Rice, mgr.)— Llndsny, 
Can.. Nov. 1. Orlllln 2. Borrlc 3. ' Ouelph 4 
>'<-'■ ' '• ■jiQJR 1, Brunt foiM 8; St. ThuiniiH I) 
Loii.li.ii 10. Strnlfonl II. ' 

Shadow Itcitlnd the Tbruue" (I^atuler ft Co . 
mgrs.)— Phlludelpnin, Pn.. no-Xor. 4 

*££■$ & r A i K 5i". J ' ftlevln, mgr.)-Os- 

fSoJlL *•*&'• ^fflWi* Unldwlnsvlllo II, 
I.oeit|K,n 7, Miiguru i,'„ii H j i_ < 

Sign vt tho Cross" fWado L. Morton, tugr.)— 

Va,,"'s t ''l, 1 , ov - *■ ''"'"■•""tei', 2, Clrclovll.c 3, 

S, l o!V,W io""hlua' U mm '• »«»***« 

" S , 1 . , ;'i." f ,. , ^ , 1 '' vUl '','. vfiinipW-U Slratton, mgr.l— 
Port AllCKany. »«., Nw. 1, lleuuTii 3, Lock 

..J 1 "^ 11 ^' SH« 0. Tyroue 7, PliilliiBburg 8. 

"Suuliy , Soutli" (J. C. Hockwell, mgr. -.Teu-cr- 
sonvlllo. VI., Nov. 8. llurllugtnu 3, St. AlbuiiM 
■4, Wfllerhury (1. Monlisiler 7, VanunnasN 

..jKBKft '"'Mlebury 111'. LiHlInw 11. ^ ' 

"M .Biinikiibi." J. 0. fmU (W. A. Junker, mgr.) 
--hlugslej,-, liiiu., Nov, 1. Stafford 8, St Julius 
I' '''^"K, 1 ' '".•'" "d" 1 C, Hutchinson 7. Sin' 
Hug S, Rllswor li P. sallnn in. Jnuctlou Cltv 11. 

^v'vllle V3? V.I 1 V'VH "'. r , ' 1 ''"»< «ugr.)-Sh": 
m tine, Hid., Nov. 1. Frankfort o, ' 
"Mini MM of n in-nt City" (C. B. JcffefwiB, roar.) 

*■• -■ -v .: -,.' 

Tlinrstnn. Adelalilo. (Francis X. nnpe, . mcr. )— 
AshlatKl. Wis., Nov. 1. Duh.lb. S\hn., 8, Su- 
perior, Wis., a, Rralnerd, Mini, 4, rflni lpeir. 



.Inn.. Cnn.. (PS, Grand Forks',' ft Dal.. 
Crookiton, Mtnn., 10, Fargo, N. Da*., 11. 



l', 



"I nolo Josh Btirucobj" (K. A,:Dodge; mgr.)— Al- 
bil'Piernufi, N. Mex„ Nov. 1, Los Vegan 8. Baton 
4, Trinidad, Colo, ft, Walsenburg .. Crceilc s, 
Del Notre 0, Monte Vlata 10, Alamosa II. 

"Uncle Juab Perkins," Kastern, H. IL Frstoe's 
(Harry La Mack, mgr.)— Dublin, Tex., Nov. I. 
Waco 2, Stamford It, Albany 4, Mineral Wells 
fl, Wcittherford 7, Decatur ,8.' . 

"L'nclo Josh Perkins," Western, It B. Kr'aHc's 
(Jos. Bulllngcr, mgr.)— Price, ft- Not, 1, As- 
pen, Colo., 2, Glenwood 3, SalidA 4/ Pueblo 8. 
Idnho Springs 0, Loreland 8, I/mgraont 0, Iji- 
faycttc 10, Boulder 11. 

v. 

Van, Billy B (P.' n. SulllVan Amuse. Co., mgrs.) 
—N. V. City 30-Nov. 4, New.Havcu, Conn., fi 8, 
Norivulk l». Bridgeport 10.' 11. 

Van Dyke ft Unton (F. Mack, mgr. )— Scdalla, 
Mo„ 20-Nov. 4, Alton, III., fi-Il. 

Vniigbnn-Glaser Slock (Shubert Bros,, mgrs.)— 
Newark, N.J., UOiNot. 83. 

Via Slock (K; 0. Via, mgr,)— Burlington, Ky„ 
30-Nov. 1, Now Albany, Ind., 2-4. 

Vnu Conk Drnmatlc (Jiilea Van Cook, nigr.)— Vln- 
cennen, Iud., 30-Not. 4, ElBngbam, HI., tl-8. 

"Vlrgliilnn" (Tlio Klrko La SJiolle Co., mgrs.)— 
Wntcrhpry. Cong.; Not...1, New Haven 2,' MM; 
dlqlown 3, Norlbainpton, Mans., 4, SpiiuKuisI 
0. .7, llnlyoke 8, New Britain, Cono., 0, H«rt- 
ford 10, 11. 

"Vlllago Parson" (John MoVickcrs, mgr.)— Fair- 
mont. W. Vn-., Not. li Grafton 2, Buckhnnnna 
3, Clnrkaburg 4, Morgnniown 0, Msunliigtou ., 
St. 1 Mafys 8, Alliens, O., Id, Laneaslcr 11. 

"Volunteer Orgnnlst" (W. W. Newcomer, mgr.) 
— Hastings, Xeh„ Nov. 1, Beatrice 2, Lincoln 
B, 4, Omaha /., 0, Hannibal, Mo., 10, Mexico 

■W' 

Wnlsli. Blanche (Wagenhnls ft Kempor, mgrs.)— 

Chicago, 111., 30-Nov. .4, Jackson. Mich., «. 

1/inilcn, Cart., 7. Hamilton 8, Toronto 0-1 1-. 
Wilson, Francis (Charles Frohronn, mgr.)— pW< 

cllinatl, O., 30-Nov. 4, St. Ixiuls, Mo.. Ml. 
Warllebl. David (David Belaaco. mgr.)— N. S. 
„ City 30, Jnddlnlle. 
Weber's, Josenli M„ All Stars (C. T. K. Miller. 

ingr.)— Pblfndolphlo, Pu.. 30-Nor. 4, Knston h, 

Reading 7, Trvnlou. N. 1., 8, Atlantic .City ». 

Ilnri'lshurg, l'a., 10, Jobuitown 11. . 

Wheeloek, Juseldi Jr. " (Chillies Frobmaii, mgr.)— 

N. r. City 110, Indeflnllc. . _. 

Mlllanl, )!. 8. (CVtllM A. Moore, mgr-)— T«- 

rwilii, Cnn.. 30-N.iv. 4, Rochester, X. Y., «*. 

Ithaca 0, Sriueuso 10, 11. ,. . .... 

Wlllun, AL If. (Blditcy It. Ellis, mgr-l-Ni'"' 

Oilcans, tn., 2(i.N"i)v. -1, Mobile, Ala.. T, Merl- 

illnu. Mb*., S, Solum, Ah,., 0, Montgomery 1". 

Columbus,. UBh 11 - .. . 

Wilts. Nut M. 0V..0. Cumerdn, mgr.)— Sebcnef- 

tmly. N. V., Xov. 2, Troy 3, Albany 1, Ui*.'bc«- 

tor 0-8, Syriii'Use 0-1 1. ' 

Wnril, Hap (U. D. Stair, mgr.)— Milwaukee. 

Wis., 80-Xov. I. SI. Paul, Mlun.. Oil. . 

WoodrnIT, Friinklln— SpilngUcld, Mass., TOJ. Ji 

Northninplon 2. New Brllalii, Conu., 3, «•'"; 

bury 4, .MlddletoHii (I, Tnrrlngton 7, Ttlnilw 

H, New Haven. IN 10. Holyoke, Mass., 1 1. 
Weieli, Joseiih (Dingwall .t Nleolul, tugrs.)— W 

eng.1, 111., 8b-Nev. 4. , ,. , 

Williams. Lollh) (II. II. Wlnchell. mgr.)— J""' 

fu|... X. V., 30-Xur. I. Duylon. 0., U-8. Colum- 
bus 0-11. • 
YVulker WBHcsliIo (A. N. Cross, msr.)— T1 V ,c „?; 

Ark.. -Nov. u-s, Jackson, Tcnn., u, Xo.-hvl«e 

10, II. . 

Wnlford, Marolo Shorldan" (B.' Ii.-' Paul, nigr.)- 

Mlnilcn, Nebr,. Xov. fl-8, Arapahoe 0-11. 
Wurnv-r Connsly (lieui, R.. Watren, " 

Crookslou, Minn., do-Not. 4.. 
Vallnek's. Theatre (DdblnskT ,Bro»., 

Rock IMand. 111., Ji0..\'or. 1. •'„ 
Woorhvnnl Slock (Woodward ft Burgess, 

loin, Kan:, iO-Nnr. 4. Chnmitc 0-11. 
Wlnningor. Bros.* Own (Frank Wlnmnger. mgr-l 

— Wattsisn, Wis., 26-Not. 0, Antlgo (Ml. 



mgr.)— 
mgrs.)— 
mgr j.)— 



November 4: 



THE NEW YORK: CLIPPER. 



U55 



uiati-r tfloek— "intutlUf. • 3 



&,»■ .50.&'»r, ' 4-. 

.'. SfS Kaal" (Win. A. OradT.n.gr.1- 
i^iHburer l'«V -O-Sii*. 4. MBwH ■City. Mo., 

.ini» KuH.*lilbooU.tY»s In Flo**r" (Katie. Half* 

» ,,c " ">' r"i-(ii, ««,)- WaUpetero, K. Dak. 

V a, Valley City I. MaDdnn 0, 

'ilii'ihinr f. BlftiiiliH. Mont, S. 



X Turin, mpra.) — Wallpvton, N. i)ak„ 
vJ? 2. Farjo 3, Valley City, 4.- Maodan 0, 

l" won. N. J™3^Kot. «. Camden 0-8. H.rrls- 
•■u^iKmI 1 anil Parted." Eastern, Bnlllron. Ilnrrld 

imvSJuS'— nTv. city yo-Nuv. «, WUkttKm. 

{L iffl Bllnahelli. N. .t.. 1)11. 

••\Ve*tal nml Parted," Wntiotn. Mulllran. llarrlK 
jt iVooeV— Oireyrllle. Knn.. Nor. 2. Puraon* 3, 
a: .Mi i city, Mo.. 4. Jopliii 0, tort Scott. Kau., 
,i Nevada. Mo., «. Clinton I). Fulton 10. 

• vriieii Women l«re" (1'raiik W. Nnann, ma*.)— 
i;'i tou O., Not. 2. .Marlon 3. Sauduaky I, 
Itaa ". Vn» Wort 7, Dcratiir. Ind., 8. Hart- 
\Z I CI r ». Kokoni.1 to. LognuaDort 11. 

»«Bi MM i» Blawr-Y" Harry I,. Meek, mar.)— 
" tour folio. H. Dak., 30. Euan 31, Arlington 
w 1 Volga 2. OOMhrMu 5, Elkton 4, 'take 
i'reton.' MIdii.. .0, Ilryant. 8. Dak.. 8. take 
Preston 0, PI|iWtonc, Mlno., 10, Torontil, 8. 

••n'uiiiiiu in I'm* Case" (Wageulials A Kemper, 
uiirrs.l— Uatlle Creek. Mlcb., Nov. 2. 

•»ruti*od" (F- TV. Smith, nigr.)— Port Cheater, 
N i. 3. New Hot-hello •», ikrby, Coun.. 0, 
Tunniuiduii 7, Torrlngton 8, Wlnstcd », South 
Norwulk 10. Banbury 11. . 

"Wife In MUM Only" (tlartiind Oadcn, mgr.) — 
Torre Ilimlc, lud.. Nov. .1.. . , 

"When Hie i World ■ aieeim"— Cluclnuall, O., 25- 

■•li-fcy" Ulrla Leave Home," Kuslern (Vance It 

.^lilllvau. nigra.) — Kecuc, N. II.. Nov. 1. talmn- 

lion. -■' Plttalleld, Mo**.. 4, Cobb**, N. V„ 7, 

suratntm 8, Anuderdain ». rU-liciievUdy in, 11. 
"llliy tilrh Leare Home." Western (Vuilec- .* 

Sullivan, nigra.) — Pekhi, III., Nuv. 1. Canton 

2 U'lM'iUirc 3, rltreator t, Kuiikakec 7, Spring 

Valley ". Ill Halle II. Aurora II. 
'•Whv Ulrl'.' Leave Home," Central (Vnuce & 

Sn'llllan, tour*.)— Vt'onvalt'i', Mass., Nov. U, I, 

I'roTldcuiv. It. l..Jl:ll. 
"Wlrinliig IltlJid tlsdule P. iMiunvjr, mgr.) — 

Tim*) Itlvew. ,Mleh., Nor. 1. Vacatur a, Knln- 

iiianai 3. llilelianun I. ltcnieielsor, lnd., 7, Mo- 

uon 8, Ii'kiru lib Kukorau 11. 

"IVitc'a Si'crel"— tils : 'MnlllMi la., 30-Nor. 1, 

.Duveniwrt 2. ItiH-k lHlaild, III., 3. Mulliic 4. 

"Wbv Woiin'n .Hlu " I'uHtrni (John Ablaitl. tugr.) 

-linnlforil, Ph.. Nov. 1, Dubvla 2, Joliualowa 

u; ■ Pun.wutawuey •!. 

V 
Young Stock (L'dnln Young, mgr.) — Point I'leai- 

.iiii, W. Vii.. Nov. 2-1, Uuntlngtou nil. 
"Young Buffalo" (CIick. K. Iilauey Amuae. Co., 

l'ilgrs.1— St. I.oula, Mn.. atl-NoT. -1, Chicago, 

lit.. Ml. 
"York Stale l''olk»" (Fred E. Wrlglit, m«r.)— 

Mnniilil', Tl-iin.. 3MNoV. I. 
"Yoii loiuun" — Omilha, Neb., Nov. 2 1. 

utruoAtM 

Allry'a Mimical (V. C. Alley, mgr.)— Uopklun- 

vlllv, Kj„ Nuv. 1. 
Kenan. Sinn fChuilea Frolimun. mgr.) — N. V. 

I'ltv SO-Noir, ■), PlttHburg, Pa.. (Ml. 
lllmllij, Florence (II. B, Forreater, mgr.l— Cbl- 

iiijfo, III., 211 Nov. I. PlttHburg. Pa., U-ll. 
Black Palll Xroubuiloura t Vovlckel & Nolan, 

iilgra.)— -Mvmuiila, Teun., Nov. I, 2, Jackauu IS, 

siiritirlii. Ala., 4, lliini-i villi- 7, Kiu.ivlll..-. 

TVnii., 8, CliattaliooKa U. Alltiilu. (In., 1U, 11. 
"Bnbca In (lie Wooda" (.loliu C. Flnher, mgr,) — 

Kunaaa City. Mo.. 30-Nuv. -1. St. l/Oiila Oil, 
"Uabva In Yoylund" (Myron U. Itlce, mgr.) — 

Akron, (>., Nov. 1, YouugKlunu a, Sburon, l'u., 

3,"Brle-l, liiiiiiil,.. N. Y., U-ll. 
"Illibex III Toyland," Soiilbirn (Wei la, Dunne & 

Harlan. mgrK.)--Meni|ilila. Teun.. Nov.' 1, I'luu 

MliilT, Ark., 2. Hot Spring* 3, l.ntti. Koek I. 
"Ilfggar Prince" Opera (Harry U-u Velle, mgr.) 

— Auduraou, H. •:.. Nov. 1. liiilfnvy 3, lllueka- 

Itnrg 4, Ybrkvllle II. Ilr-U.HI 7. Lulvu 8, J,uu- 

ri'ila I), Newberry I". Canidvn II. 
I'liHilmriir. doM'pb (Klaw Jc l'Jrlauger, nigra.)— ■ 

N.. Y. Clly 30. Iinlrdnlte.' 
CakHI, ■ Miirle (Daniel V. ArtUur, . mgr.)~N. Y. 

<;ilv ;:u, InUvUnlle. 
t'.uiaillan Jubllei- Singer* IW. T. Carey, mgr.) — 

Muli-. Mlcb., Nov. 1, Carunae 2, lonlil 3, Held- 

lug I, 1,'i'ci-iivllle i;, siiinlon 7, Edmom 8, 

Alma VI Ht. toola ll>, Sbewnl 11. 
"Clui|icronV' (KlUgnburi; it. Welti, nigra.)— EI 

I'ii'.o. tttt, NoV, I. All.n.|HiTi|in'. N. Meg., 2, 

l-iii Vegua 3, iH'urer, Colo.. C-ll. 
Duiliols, Fruuk IC. H. Ullllngbam, mgr.)— Evana- 

i in,-, imi., Nov. 1. Niihlivlllo, - t'i-iiii.. 2, Mi iii- 

Pbla 3, -I, New Orleaua, ta., U-ll. 
Hi- Augvlla. Jefferson (Hliubert lire*., ingraO— 

St. Jii.i|iii. Mo, . ::, 1. -KunaiiH Clly r.-ll. 
Deiboii, luiiii, ii'. II. Nlvun-Mnllliiger, mgr.) — • 

Norrlalown, Pa,. Nov, 1, I'luenlxvllle 2, Potla- 

Mill- 3,. Jliiliuiii.y City -I. Iti'iidlug il. Alli'iitoun 

7. South Iiiilili-liiiu 8, Kaalou U, CarUoudulii 10, 

Scruutuu tli. ' 
'Dtictieaa o( Dnii(zlg" (Kluw & Erluugcr, ingrs.) 

— Motion, Muss.. nlMtur, il. 

"Karl uihI ibe Olrl" (Shubcrt Droa., nigra.)— 
N. Y. CKy.Nov. I. IikIcHuIU'. 

i:n$llrb Uruii'l OiK-ru i Henry W. Suvage, mgr.) 
— lioalon, utiir, , 30-Nov. 11. 

Fay. KlUc <A, U. Wooda, mgr.)— IluOalo, N. Y., 
30-Nov. I. N, Y. City 0-11. 

"i'loiodora", (0, , Hlgg.i. higr.>— Fnvport. III., 
,Nov..l, i;.i,i Claire, Wla., 2, lied Wing, Minn . 
3, Albert Lea -1, Lu Croaae, Wla., t>, Kocbeater, 
Mine.. I., l>i.i;i,|-i,h. la.; 7. Monkllln, Minn.. 8, 

...Bmniottsburg, In., II, Algoua 10. Musou City 11. 

"Porbhuleh Luiiil"— Kvunavllle, Iml., 3. 

Oliitt-r,' r.uln, Oiiern (U. B. Dllllnglmiu, iner.) — 
Newark, N. J., 30-Nuv. I. N. Y. City (J-ll. 

"(llrl from Kiiy'a" (Frobmuu & EdivurUca, uigrs.) 

, —Denver. Colo., I'll Nov. 4. ■ 

'lllrl mid the Bunilll" (Frank L. Pcrley. mgr.) 

„ —Chicago, 111.. 30-Nov. 4. 

Ilonrar, lAj Wolt (Shubert Bros., mgrs.)— N. Y. 

_Sfo 30, iudellnlle, 

UmvtWne Musical (Willi* Hay. mgr.)— Council), 
I',. Nov. 1, Sebrlug a. ColumbUH Ulvvu 3, 
(•iiudcnliulleu 4, Uerniaiitduii (I, Fruukrurt 7, 
AmutHlu 8, Plain City U, Columbus 10, Brc- 

. men 11. ■■■■■ ■ 

"INst'-'ltliiliiivaa,- Ihb Bey" (Wilier Lindsay, mgr.) 
-v-driiud Forks, N. Dak.. Nov. I, CruukKtoii, 
•Minn., 2. Fargo, N. Duk.. :;, lllliblng. Mlno,, 
•i. hii|HTlor, WIS..- (I, Duliilh, Minn,. 7. S. Utile 
eoek,- Mich.. II,' Culumet 10, Mnrquulli- 11. 

itm 0i*iu (Win. lliiiumiil. mgr.) — tola. Hull., 
Nov. B, Burllugloii tl. Hunilioldt 7. Pnolu 8, 

„ l.yiidru !». lSiiiDoiia 10, Couucll tirove 11. 
hlu'.of Bong Bona" <H. c. Whllney. iugr.1— 
Anplctoii; Wis. 'Nov.' I, Fond du I.ue 2, ^ladl- 
fun 3, Jum-nUlli- <l, Ki:iu..-liii D, 1'rankforl, lud., 
g. 'Ufuyude 7. Indluilaiiolls 8, Dayloii, O., », 
l.olumbu* 10. II. 

Me-iif Spice,". EaPlcrn (B. O. Whllney, mgr.) 
- r ltOi'klund, Me.. Nov. I, Augusln 2. Water- 
;llii' 3, Buug.ir I, Li-wlatuu 0, Portlniul 7, s, 
l.lddcfuiil 0, Miiiielnvler, N. II., 10. Nashua II. 
lslcor Sulec," W.ntern (II. C. WLlUiey, mgr.) 
--liiiiidu*ky. {].. Nov., I. Norwalk U, Lorain 3, 
ll.vrla I. Aahlauil II, Muust|i4d 7, Bui^ru* h, 
Marlon l>. DebiHare 10. Nelaunvllle II. 

Kllllea Hand (T. P. J. Power, mgr.)— Umuhu, 

, Nebr.. N.,r. 1. 2. 
Llwrly Belle*" iFrtd ii. Uergcr Jr.. mgr.l — 
Ai-ilinore. Ind. Tcr.. Nov. ), Ukliiliowa Clly, 
J"' 1 ?.:- «'■ Clileualm, lnd. Ter.. I. Outbrlv. Okln., 
fi. Shawnee 0, MeAlealer, lnd. Ter.. 7, Mua- 
kogee 8, Fort Smith, ArU., 0, Fajeltevlllo 10, 
Aurora ll. 

May, Kafim (CharlfJ Frobmau, mgc.)— N. Y. Clly 
uv-sur, 2o. 

Murphy unit his Hand (Joe A. Semliraou. mgr.) 
— • norlbtiigton, Mlnu.. Nov. I, Puldu It, Slav- 
ton 3. IIiipiii ),nke -I, JaekSun II. 
MlM Ujb- While" (1\ u. NliunNlnllliig<-r, 
mgM— Staunton. Vn.. Nov. I, Covington. Ky„ 
-. thurleaion, W. Va.„ 3. tauL-uater, O., I, 
NvlWIlvlllu 0. Xeulu 7. Sprlngileld 8, Chilli- 

eotjK- U. Porlmiioiitli 10. Juckaon 11, 
'laid and the Miimmy" (Cliu*. Marks, gen. 
mgr.)— Kanaua Clly, Mo., 29-Nov. 4, St. Jo- 
H'pb i. 

"Mayor or ToVIo" (am. Marks, gen. mgr.i— 
, wllki-kltarre. Pa,. Nov. 2. Baltimore. Md., 0-11 

Nanev Urowu" (Well*, Diuimi & Harlan. niar*.» 
„ -rlJerelMlnl. Q,. 30-Nov. 4. Buffalo, N. Y., Oil. 
lollanli: Juvenile 0|mth IC. A. Pollard, mgr.) 
„■ St. John, N. It., 30Nov. II. 

I :'url aud the Pumpkin" (Klaw & Urlauaer. 
— Ilarlford. Conn., 30-N«v, |. Sprlug- 

mgr.l — 
I, Sag Fraut-lseo, 



...?■•'"• M J*tl /J-l.'ltrovVli'u. K Y.i Oil. 
irjnce ot rilw-u" lUeary W. Susiige. 
Mil Lake Clly " 



, Cal.. o-ts. 



Nov. 



I'Wy trvnn Parlli" (MadlKmi Corey, mgr.)— 
halcui, Ore.. Nov. 1, Porllaud 2-1. Olytutita, 
«isb.. 0, Tncoroa 7. Victoria, B. B„ 8, Vau- 

•:T}7"? D-. 10. Belllnghahi. Wnfh.. II. 
ll/ll Pal) I: Pout.!!!" (11. C. Whllney, mgr.) — 
Ilrimllton, 0-, Not. i. LoalsvlP.e, Ky., 2-4, 
Bjiyton, 0., 0, SprlngflcM 7. Columbnn fi, 'J. 

, WnpakonM*. 1l>. 
I mil Jouea" Ot" in (Johu U. Caifken. Wgr, ) — 



Orwihlnirg, Pa.. ,N,n. I, I iil,.i,i.mn a. \Mnvl- 
IUK. W, Va., 7, Slnibruvlllr. O.. I. llull.T. I'u.. 
U, New Cuntle 7, Mil Clly. 8, •rituavllle U, War- 
ren in, mmklln It. 

"Pink lliiMiur." Kohl & Caslle's— Chicago. III.. 
30. Iiidi'tlnltc. 

"ProfiMaor Napolceu" (Wnile & Mil!* Parle, 
mgr*.)— Itlehmond, Vu., Nov. 3, 4, Newport 
New* 10. 11. 

"Hnuaivay*"~8t. I.oula. Mo.. 29-Nov. 4. Cin- 
cinnati. O.. 0-11. 

"llajah of Bbiiug" (Eugene Spofford, mgr. i — 
Slonr t.Tly, In., Nov. r.. Slnux Falls. S. Dnk., 
0, Spencer, In., 7, Macon S, Boone II. 

Sclieir. Frltitl |C 11. Dillingham, mgr.)— -Il.wl.iu, 
Mn«n., .'iii.Xiiv. -I. Providence. It. I.. Oil. 

Sclininniin-Ueluk (P. 0. Whllney. mgr.l— Lit lie 
Ilnek, Ark., Nov. 1, Memphis. Tenn.. 2, Nash- 
ville 3, I'nducah, Ky., I. Si. l.ouK Mn.. (ill, 

"School Olrl" (Frobmau .t Kdwnrdes. nmr*.) — 
Dululb, Minn.. Nov, 3, 4, Minneapolis Ml. 

"Sultan ot Sulu" iMudlsiin Corey, mgr.) — Port- 
land, Ore., 30-Niir. 1. Olympui. Wftali.. 2, 
Toeonia 3, 4. Victoria, It. C. I), Vancouver 7. 
Senlile, Wash.. U-ll, 

"Slin-tjtm" (llenrv iv. Hnvnge. mgr.l — Uhenlu, 
Nebr., Nov. I, Oinnlin 2-4. lienor, Colo., u-ll. 

".Seminary Olrl." M. II. Itnymoud's — Toledo, (>., 
3ll'Nov. 1, (iraud llnpld*. Mich., 0-11. 

"Sou Toy" (John C Flalier. mgr.) — Stevcua 
Point, Wis.. Nov. 1, Oshkoali 2, Menominee, 
Midi.. 3, Marlneltv. Win.. 4, Ureeu Bay 3. 
Apidclon 0, Sliclwygt.n 7. Fond du Lac 8, Madi- 
son Ii, JaucHVlllc 10. Hi-Mi 11. 

"Simple Simon Slmpl.'" (I'. 0. Nlxon-XInltinii- 
ct\ mgr.l— N. Y: City 30-Nor. 4, llrhlgi-iiori. 
Cunii., 0. Wntcrlniry 7, Hartford 8. Middle- 
lui'ii 0, New Britain Id. Sprlnglleld, Mass., II. 

"Show Olrl" ,(B. C. Wbltuey, mgr.)— St. l'aul, 
Minn.. ail-N0V. 4. MlnBCUpotl* oil. 

"SliH'pIng lieu my nml the lleast" (Frcil Price. 
ingi-.l -Phllnilclplila. I'u,, 30-Nob. I. I.aucaslcr 
11. York 7, Uarrlaburg 8, Juhiislonu U, At- 
touuu 10, II. . 

Tcniidelon. Fay (Klaw & Ertaugcr, mgrs.) — Chl- 
cagn. HI.. 30. ludclliiltc. 

Tnuiiuuy. Rvi (Jus. M. Unites, mgr.)— Plilladcl- 
iililu. Pa., 30-Nov. I. 

"Tenderfoot" (Wm. P. Cullcn, lugr.) — Walla 
Walle. Wash., Nov. 1. Itltcvlllc 2. Spokane :i, 
4. Wallace. Ida., U. Missoula. Mout,, 7, Aua- 
cuudu S, Helen,, p. Untie 10. II. 

"Veroulimo" (Klaw & Krlanger, uigrs.) — N. Y. 
city 30. indclltilte. 

Wills MiikIcuI (John 11. Wills, mgr.)— -Montgom- 
ery, Aln.. 30-Nov. -I. 

"Wtillc Cot" I Kluw & Erlauger, mgrs.) — N. Y. 
City 2, Iudellnlle. 

"Woodland" illcury M', Savage, mgr.) — SI. 
taills. Mo.. 30-Nuv. I, Kluisas City U-8. Si. 
Joseph U, ToiK'Icn. Kan.. 10. Joplln. Mo.. II. 

"Wlunliig Olrl' 1 — St. l*ml*. Mo.. 211-Nov. 4. 

"Wliaril of Oa" IHuuillu, Mitchell & Fields, 
mgr*.)— N. Y. Clly !lU. IndeUnlte. 

"Wlkni-il of flu" illanilln. .Mitchell A 1'leld*. 
Iiurr*.) — lleiiiilugli.il. VI.. Nov. I, Plltsllelil, 
Mass., 2, llnl.i.il.e 3. Wluslcd. Colin., 4, Tor- 
rluglon II. Now Britain 7, Watetbiiry 8, Derby 
II. Daulairy 10. South Nurwnlk II. 

"Wlieu Johnny Cnu-s Maivhlog Hume" (F. C. 
Whitney, mgr. )— llnlveatiiii. Te\.. Nor. 1, 
lloustmi 2. Ileiiiiiiionl 3, orange I. Slirvvcporl, 
ta., (1, Marshall, Tex.. 1, Terrell S, iliiliics- 
vile 0. Oklahouiu City, ol.lu., 10, Newlon, 
Kan.. II. 

'■Wondecla'iil" (llnmlln. Mllcliell '& Field*, 
mars.) — N, V. city 30, liidvUnlte. 

"Yuukeu Consul" flleary W. Savnge, mgr.) — 
Sehcucctudy, H. V., Nov. 1, Tro}' 2. 

"Yniikw! Itegem'' (Albert Campbell, mgr.) — 
Chte.igu, III. 30, linli-iiiilie 

in iii.hmh 1-; nn v Acm:vn.i,i:. 

Alnerleiiin (Kdwill II. Miner, luge.) — Monlie.il, 

Cliu., IHI-NoV. .1, Toronto U-ll. 
Avenue Olrl* (Oeo. llnlc. mgr. )— Pulei'sou, N. 

J., 30-Nov. 4, Jersey Clly U-ll. 
Alcnsur Bi'iiillc* (Clm<. Taylor, mgr.)— Buffalo, 

N. Y.. 3n-No>. I. Detroit. Mich., r.-ll. 
Brynni'a, Harry C L.itruvaguiuii (C. II. Km- 

yuu, mgr.) — Clilcago, HI., 20-Nuv. I, Tolede, 

«.'., ."-II. • 
Him- Hllibisi Olrl* (link Singer, lugr.) — Nviv 

iiil'-un-i. La., 211 Nov. I. 
IJod'ery Burlcsnuera Uoir llurtlg. lugr. )--N. \. 

City 30-Nov. -I. Ilns. Hy ii. N. V., HIS. 
l'augtirnuii Vaiidevl'.ll-— Stook|.ort. O., 30-Nov. I. 
Bon Tons I Km n A- Weber, uigrs.)— Toledo, <>., 

20 Nov, t. Cleveland 11-11. 
llrlguillers ictius. Ci'onnvell. mgr.) — liullanapoll.-i, 

lnd.. NO-XoT. -I, Nuii-vllie. Ky., f . 1 1 . . 

Biiltliiiorc lleautlis (I.huIh Ornuul. iugr.) — N. Y. 

Clly 311-Nov. 4, Brooklyn. N. V., O'll. 
IliilieniluiiM (lluiney illrard, iugr.) — Boston, Mas*., 

30-Nov. 4. Mr.iin .■;,!. Can., U-ll. 
Broadwuy Oalcty lilrl* (James II. Ciirtln, mgr.) 

— Mllwuukee, Wis., -3UNov. il, St. Paul, Minn., 

r,-ll. 
Black Cie nk Jr. (Hurry Hu-itlngs, iugr.) — Dan- 

villi', HI.. Nuv. 1, Cliinnpnlgii 2, Lincoln 3. 

Palm 4, Decutiic U, Sprlngllefil 7. .luckt-onvlll.' 

8, llauiill.nl. Ma.. U, Macon iV. Chllllcollic II. 
Clly S|iorla (Phil Sheridan, mgr.)— lloston, 

Mu*s., 30-Nov. -I, N. Y. Clly U-T). 
Cracker Jack* (Harry ■ Livnl, mgr.)— Boston, 

.'i.i- . . 30-Nov. 4, K. Y. City Oil. 
Casino Olrl* (Juuie* l.vdiTvr, mgr.) — Boston, 

M'i.-i.. U-ll. 
Chiiry B|o.itoms (M. Jacobs, mgr.)— N, Y'. Clly 

30-Niit. 11. 
Coloulul Belliii (Chan. Frank, mgr.)— 1'illi.burg, 

Ph., 3d Nov. -1, Wusblngton, D. UL, U-ll. 
California Olrla (0. 11: Turner, mgr.)— Cleve- 
land, i).. 30-Nov. I, Pittsburg. Pa., (i-11. 
Dcvero'a, Nam, Own (F. B. Frtimau, mgr.) — 
. Denver, Colo., an Nov. I. St. Joseph. Mo.. (•. 
Dainty Duchess (Rush & Weber, mgrs.) — Altoouu, 

Pu., Nov. 3, Pittsburg U-ll. 
Dululy Pariu (Campbell & Humes, nrgrs.) — Cin- 
cinnati, O., aU-Nuv. 4. Cleveland U 11. 
Di-eaiiiliniil Bcuulk-s (Flunk Cuhlor. iugr.1— De- 
troit, Mich., au-Nov. 4, llruml ltupld* 0-11. 
Haiplrv UiirlesAiuun (J. l'couossy, mgf;) — N. Y. 

Clly 30-Nov. 4. 
Fay Foster (Joseph Opiicnlielmer. mgr.) — Louis- 
ville. Ky.. attNuv. -I, i.'ineliiiiiiil. O., 3-11. 
Oay Morning Olorlcs (Sum A. Scrlhuer, mgr.) — 

Brooklyn. N. V., 30-Nov. II. 
Guy Musgueraikrs (John S. lluynor. mur.) — 

Sprliiglleld. Mas*.. 30-Nov. 1. Holypke 2-4. 
Onldeu Crook (.lucobs A.- Jcriuon, mgrs.) — Pitts- 
. burg. Pu., 30-Nov. 4, Cincinnati, 0., fell. 
High Holler* (A. II. Wuodliull, mgr.)— Provl- 

ileuee. ii. L. 30-Nov. 1, Boston, M« ■-., U-ll. 
Howard Kstruvngauaa (tieo. F. I.e.-irm-il, mgr.) — 

Suit Luke City, C . -U Nov. 4, Di-im-r, Colo., 

r.-u. 
High School Olrl* (Alfn*l Mayo, tngr.)— I'ulla- 

ilelliblu. Pu.. .•lU-Xov. I, N. Y. Clly U-IS. 
Hunting & Walters' Vnirdcvllle — Willluim<porl, 
. Pa.. Nov. 84, Nnnllcoko 8, Olypbuul n-ii. 
High Flyer* (Harry Koster, mgr,)— Columbia, Pp., 

Nov. 2, JohusloH'D 1, Orieusburg 7, Luhiutuwu 

II. 
Irv/lll'a Big Show (Fred Irivln. mgr.)— Brooklyn, 

N. V., 30-Nov. I. Providence. It. 1.. HI 1. 
Iiu|u.'i'luls (Jesse Hum*, mgr.l — Jersey Clly, K. J., 

30-Nov. 4, Plilludcli'lila, Pu.. lill. 
Innocent Maids 111. W. Cblpiiiau, mgr.)— (Iraud 

Ilapld*. Midi.. atl-Vnv. 4. Chicago, III., ti-11. 
Idc.il* (Sim Williams, uigr.)— Kuusa* City, Mo., 

511. 
Jersey Lille* (ileo. Holler, mgr.)— RuvUMlvT, N. 

V.. 3u-Nuv. 4. Albany U-tl. 
Jolly Orass Widow* flliia W. llogan. mgr.l— San 

1 run- I.-. ... Cal., ap-Nov. 4. Oaklniid U. 7. Sac- 

i.-inieniii 8, Ofili'ii. C . 10. Salt Lake Cll.v 11-18. 
Jolly Olrl* (T. B. MrCnary. mgr.) — Chicago, 

III.. ati-Nov. ■). Milwaukee, Wl*„ oil. 
Kulckcrliocker* t Louis Hoblc, mgr.)— N. Y. Clly 

30-Nov. 1. Philadelphia. Pa.. (1-11. 
Kentucky Belles (Hubert Uordon. mcr.)— SI. 

tauls, Mo., 20-Niiv. il, Inillnuiipoll*. Iixt.. IMI. 
Keith ■:, rtwu BTirlcsipicr* (Will J. liellh. mgr.l — 

New London, Coun.. Nov. I, New Brunswick, 

N. J.. 2, Muui.ii Chunk, I'u., 3. Lancaster I, 

Flshklll. N. Y., 0, Wuldi-ti 7, Slrotslsbiirg, Pu., 

8, Columbia P, CtiunilH-csburg 10, Carlisle II. 
Lufuyi'tlc, the Croat IT. O. Lafayette, mgr.)— 

Tolvdo, 0.. afi-Nov. I. Hamilton 9. 
MIks 'New York Jr. (Harry Pierce, mgr.) — Brook- 
lyn, N. V„ U-ll. 
Merry Maidens <J. Lowry, mgr.)— Philadelphia, 

P.I.. 30-Nov, 4. 
Majesties (Fred Invln. mgr.l— NimUvlllc, Tcnu., 

311-Nov. 4, New Orleans. La., fi-ll. 
.Mooullgbl Maids (David Kraus, uigr.) — Newark, 

N. J„ 30-Nov. 4. N. Y. Clly 0-11. 
Merry Maker* (II. c. Pulluu. mar.) — Kunaas 

City. Mo., Bw-Nov. I. St. Lmils 5-11. 
Masc'tts (J. J. Mouabau, mgr.)— N. Y. Oily 

U-ll. 
Merry r.-irlcupicrd (Win. Ballanf. mgr.)— Mln- 

ucanollti. Mian., au-Nov. I, Iruhjtb b-11. 
New York Htito (U, M. Thelac. iugr.)— Cloclu- 

nail, ll.. 211 Nov.- 4, Nuahvlllc, Tcuo., 0-11. 
New Century Olrla (J. Daniels, mgr. ) — Bultlmorc, 

Mi!.. 30-S'OV. 1 Pblladelphta, Pa., u-ll. 
Orleululs (W. B. Walaon. mgr.) — Toronto, Can., 

30.XOV. I. Murrain N. Y.. f. -11. 
Orphcnm Shr.w (Marlln B«ck, mgr.)— Cincinnati, 

O., 20-Not. 4, Loni3Vll|e, Ky., C-ll. 
Parisian Whlnwi irlinh * Weber, mgra.) — Bnf- 

fa|... N. Y., 30-Vuv. 4, Rochcslcr Oil, 
PallaillU Belli) (JoliU Uricrej. (UgT.LarU.".!'.;, 



I. i :,e in- d'Alcuc. Ida, 
7. 8, Walla Walla- 0. 



'!. Sl'U- 
Ta corns 



M-ml., M0-N..I 

kane. Wash.. 

10. II.. 
I'cpiier Twins— Tulsa, lnd. Tcr.. 2nNuv. 1, VI- 

mn 21. Jupllo. Mo., e-H, l.ti Mn i-i (i.ll. 
Ilcevc*', Al.— Scranlou, Pa., 30-Nov, 4, Newark, 

N. J.. U II. • 
Itiwe Hill Gugllsb Folly (files A'Iktrloii. mgrs.1— 

St. i.nnli. Mo.. 211-Nov. 4. Clilcngo. HI., r.-n. 
neutiSsnileT {AW Lcavllt, mgr.)— Kansas City. 

Mn., Nov. r.-ll. 
Bice Jfe Barton's lllg Oalety— Troy. N. Y., 30- 
Nov. I. Sprlngllchl, Must., us. lliiljnkc 0-11. 
nose Sydell'a Loiidon lielics (W. S. Campbell, 

mgr.) — cierelnnd, 0.. 30-Nov. 4, Buffalo, Ni 

Y„ Oil. 
Ilcllly & Wnorl's) (Pat Bellly. mgr.)— Biwklyn, 

N. Y., 30-Nov. 4. 
limiawnv Olrls (Pelcr S. Clark, mgr.)— Phila- 
delphia. Pa.. 30-Nov. 4. 
Slnr Show olrl* (W. Fi>inic*"y, mgr.)- Sacra- 

meuto, Cat. Nov. 1, Ogdcu, I'.. 3, I. Salt Lake 

CHy. i:., nil. 
Trnns-Atlnntlc lturlesowr*. Iltirllg * Rramon'i 

-Kalisna City, Mo.. 20-Nur. I, St. I.oul» "'11. 
Trocaderoa (t!h»«. II. 'Wahlnui. Uigr.)— Albany, 

N. Y.. 30-Nov. 4, Troy U-ll. 
Tliiironghbretl* il.. J. lUs'iiviuih, mgr.l — St. Panl, 

Minn., Sft-Xor. 4, MlimealKills ell. 
UlniilaiM (W. V. Jeunliig*. uigr.)— Spokane. 

Wa«ll.. !',0-Not. 4. Seolllo ,"-11. 
Vanity Fair (Robert Mam-hosier, uigr.) — N. Y. 

Clly 30-Nov. 4. Philadelphia. Pa.. U-tl. 
World Ueater* (J. HeTls.it Mack, iugr.)— Kcnd- 

lr.g\ Pa.. 30-Nov. 4. Scranlou till. 
Wins, Women a ml Snug al, M. Tliel*c. mgr.)— 

PhllndelpblM. Pu., liu-Sm . 4. Heading ii-i I. 
\\',i -lile-ioii Soclely Hills I Keriinn A Willsoli, 

mars. |- -I'ol llalnl, Ore., 211-Nov. 4; Sua I'riiu- 

clseo, Cal., U-l !. 
Wn'ennelon Tni«l (M. II. M'eMi. mgc.) -Lock 

lluvcu. I'u.. Nov. I. Jersey Shore 2. Cirulug, 

N. Y.. 4. Uorucllsville 0, Wcllsvllle 8, Olcau II. 

Snlaiuunea 11. 
Yankee Doodle Olrls (Loul* llnrrl*. nigr.) — 

Uruoklyu, N. Y-. 3U-Nov. 4, Boston, Mass., U-ll. 
BlINSTllELS. 
Harlow & Wllaou'* (Lnwrcnco lliivlow. imrr.) — 

Bowling Oreeu, Ky.. Nov. 1. AdnlrKvllle 2. Ou- 

tlirle 3. llupklnsvlllc 4, Bossollvlllc V, Nash- 
ville, Tnu., 7. Mnrfiwslwm s. 
Dockstudcr'a, Lew (Charles H. WIUuii. uigr.) — 

Marljn. lud.. Nov. 1, Anderson 2, IntlUiuuJo- 

II* 3, I. Chichinati. t>.. fell, 
llouuelly & Hulllcbr* IMOwiinl Conrad, iugr.) — 

I'llbcrton. Ou., Nov. 1, Athens 2, Home 3, An- 

nl Hun, Ala.. 4. 
Do Itou BrAis.' (Hilly He line, mgr.l— Morion 

Falls, N. Y., N-iv. 1, Athens, pa., a, Elmlra, 

N, Y., 3, Bii'ssh'urg. Pu., 4. Drydcu II, 'fully 

7. Ci/i-ii.i.lu 8, CHi.lou p, Cauiislola i", Duel- 

da 11. 
Field's, Al. 0. (Hoc Oulgb-y. ingc.l • lleuiiiiioat, 

Tex., Nov. 1. Oalveslou 2, Houston 3. 4. 

Sim Autonlii ii. It, Aosllu 7, Waco 8, Corsl- 

cuua !i. Fort Worth IU, II. 
l.'ngiiun .V: Harkiieas Big Clly Show — Oilnldge, 

Cm.. 30 Nov. 4, Miii-khiiiii (111. 
'•in Bros.' (ii. It. Ou.v. mgr. 1— Clinton. Can., 

Nov. I. Head, i-Ui 2, Mltchi'll 3. SI. Man* 4. 
lhiverly'* (Cha*. It. Biigln*'. lugr.) •Leiidnito, 

Colo . Nov. 1, Oraml Junction 2, Pruvo City, 

V.. 3. 
Hi Henry's— llrhlgiiioi'l. Conn.. Nov. 3. 
Primrose, Oeovge 11. (Iniaes II. Keeker, mgr.)~ 

liiwl.lyu, N. i„ 2U-Nuv. I, Bosloii, Mass., ti- 
ll, 
Pruetor'a, 0«>. II. — C-ilrc, III., 30-Nov. 4. 
llh'liards tc Piingle's (Biisihi ,v llnllniiil, logo.) — 

Mn.il.oiiiIi.l-. Wusll.. Nuv. I. Si-allle 2-1. Tll- 

eOllla ."'. nil niiil ii II, 1l...inlalii 7. 1 'I 'in' S, Minile 

sun,, II. Cenllalla 10, (Inhale. II. 
Votvl's (John W. Vvgid, uigr.)— Ashluud, O., 

Nov. I, Woovlcr a, Cnaloii 3, 
West's. Win. II. (Halliard II. Itleiiby. mgr.)— 

Orii'iivllle. Pa.. Nov. a. I.usi Mverpwol, (i.. 

il, c nml Dover 0, Newark 8, Muucle, lnd., II. 
TilVI' SHOWS. 
Buifulu Hill's Wild West, Col. Win. ]'. duly (I'ml 

It. IJutchluauli, mgr.)- Marseille, France, Nov. 

1-12. 
Filer's, xv. A. I.l«. Broker, nmr.) -Snii'twalcr, 

Tex., Nor. I. Merl.el 2. ilormiin I I "ill in il. 
lily's. Out. S.--ltiiili Springs. Iml. 'I'ei'., Nov. 4, 

Murluw U, Biineau 7. Cumalirlit* S. 
Forcpaiigb at tells )|r"s.' — LinniuisuH. Tui. . ilO, 

Cmhrron ill.l'iicro Nov. I. OuikuIou a. St-guln 

il, San .\nn,iii, i -I, Colunilms 0, tialvestou 7, 

llreilliiini K, Nuvtisol'i P. Me, lu 10, llijiili 11, 

Houston 12, 
Hall'*. K W.— Alluc, Okla., Nov. I, Oolfry 3, 

l.iilu'iiiii I. 
Norrls .v. Howe's- City of Mexico, Jlex,, 30-Nuv. 

ltlngllng Bros.'— Illruilugliaiii, Ala., 30, Cctlar- 
luwii. (in.. 31. A i In ii t ii Nov. I, .Miii-ni, 2, Colum- 
bus it, Opellku. Ala.. 4. 

Vim Aiubcrg's — Yorkvllte, S. C, Nov. 1, Clicslor 

' >iisci;i,lam:oi s. 

Crulksliauk — lliirlloglon, VI., Nov. 1, 2, I'lnllj- 

Imrg. N. V., 3, 4. 
Cns'ker's KHUealMl Horses Lloliu I., I'nirl.-!.. 

mgr.) --BreeliVllle. Out.. Nov. 2 1, Dellcvllle 

US. l*oi( Ho|« Hi, II. 
lllnii. Mr. unit Mi*, ill. L. Mini, iugr.)— 

Miirluvrlelil, 111., 30 Nov. 4, Boil. Itlunil nil. 
Oaslilll Carnival Co.— Waco, Tex., 30 Nov. , -I, 

Temple U- II. ' 
Cumiuii ti linrkiica— Oxbridge, Cuu., 30-Nuv. 4, 

MarLham U-ll. 
II'.'liii, Mr. and Mrs. (('. II. Beck, mgr.)— Sua- 

mini... Wis., 30- Nov. I. New taudou U-ll. 
1'ei-liliei Ell -lllunii'lugdnle, 0., Nuv. 1, Oak Park, 

111., 2, Ins Moiccs, la., 4. 
I'rcm'llu (I'. Wlllurd Mugoon, nisr.)— Clunumul. 

N. II. . 30-Nov. '-.J, New port Ml 
Pain's "Lust Days of l'i,iai*'H" (Al, Uoluuii, 

mgr,)— HI Paso. 'I'cv., 30-Nov. 4. 
Parker's Fairyland Ammo. I'o. (I'l-iiuicr & Tvlor, 

ingis. ) — Perry. Okla., 3u Nov. I, I'oncu U-ll. 
Patlcrsuii ft Btayuard Carol ml Co.— Wlujlild, 

Kau.. 3(l-.\"or, I. 
llcj)|i. .Mr. and Mrs. (Augustus Hupp, mgr.) — 

i '..ni.li ii. O.. 30-Nov. 4. 
Silver Family Hell lllnger* fllcrl Silver, iugr'.) — 

Erie, III.. Nov. I. 2. Sterling 3, Cordovla 4. 
Viiiio, llurrv — Culix,, III., iloNov. 4, Moiilgeiuerj-, 

Ala.. U-ll. 



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MS. WARREN U/VTTEHLIN, 

littiDH, IIICATIICH. 

MISS FRANCES LORING. 

■ ■ LKADH tWMKIVIIKII. 

OEN. DLL,, Jonfldbon, / tic' 



Read the Story of This Song. Then All Doubts 
Will Be swept Away, and You Will No Longer 
Wonder Why CHAB. K. HARRIS* 
LATEST BABY SONG STORY. Entitled 

FLY AWAY, BIRDIE, 



TO HEAVEN 



6i 



LI 



WILL EQUAL HIS FAMOUS 

ALWAYS IN THE WAY. 



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11. 10 




AT LIHERTY, MIKE RE] I), 

All 'Round uomedlan and Dancer; ohing* for one 
or two wcBkii'clanO; put. no MMrMQcea. AlUltta 
WIKt llfiUP, Fiiiruioiiut «;i')'. ™ " 



llBCC.K. . 

i.'iarl'/u C" 



Two sweet little children, one six aud one aovon, 

Were feeding their birdie one day, 
Tbelr littlo hearts yearned for their mamma who'd gone 

To that Heavenly home far away. 
"Now let's write a letter and tie it," they said, 

"To birdie and send her up high, 
And when mamma roads it she'll surely oomo homo, 

So birdie to Heaven please fly." 

ICMOWIIS.) 

Ply away, birdio, to Heaven, 

Find our dear mamma there, 
Tell her that we are so lonoly, 

Papa is sighing and baby is crying; 
And toll her to-morrow's my birthday, 

She will know that I'm seven, 
Toll hOr to como to our party. 

So give her the message in Heavon. 

Two small curly heads lying close sido by sido, 

Two little lornifl closely entwined, 

Dreamed of thoir mother whowatohod from abovo, 

Their sweot faooB all smiles. 

They dreamed they saw birdie givo mamma tho note, 

And heard her say, 'Twill be thore; 
My spirit is watching you both day by day, 

I'm with you, dear hearts, every whero." 

tOPYHICIHT, lHUf), H V VIIAH. Ki IIAItltl*. 

WITH OR WITOOUT SLIDES, 1 TRENPOUS SUCCESS. 

irymi do »lDg with »llili>», now la > i,ui i.|i]... i luiil(> lo inrnre <||« luoat miiH- 
iiiiiient »ei of it, iilluiti , 11,-iintiriiil} (i.ii.ii-ii aililra nvtr thrown upon n raava., 
No fo In, ifiillory nllil«>a In till* a«l, fun ronl live kiiIiJ, nu, tmli one |ililtcil <n|ia- 
i-lulljr to jioan In t Ii In at-t—rvitl lite, lienliliy. Leu ill tin I children, unit (In- ino.l 
marlllllg Ullll , »i|ii,«ltil y . -oliirnil akl MM lllrrii'llll, One ■• eini ei|n I lo II) Inkrn 
nliim liiiiiilnil lilrda 1 1 y » ■ ■ k lliroa)(li Ilia u lr. 'I'liln ullile Ian now Idott In I'lmlu. 
,;i-ii,in>- nod m, I, ii ii Ii. jlilnlly vi'i'iiln u Hiinaiillnn. Tin. Angel Hlliti ■ will Im n 
>-eveliillon lo tli* Hliialmtora, lo tho «liif;ci«, a. noil »a lulliu ,mMli . K»«h alliln 
la mi in (mil nl, |'ii luting. Any alngii i» Itli mi) kind III' ll » oleic •ml mi) lilnil o 
it inucltliiu run iiiiiku ill, lilt nl' tbelr llion wltll thoau btinitlliul aong atldo« a 
ll.'Hiilui ,n,i .-, IJii.ijo, 'I'o lliii Ffofteatea, I8.0P i»«r »el. - Nn In* alldva mnlir 
any clr, uiiinlunica. I'riifOHilomi, Cu|ilr« anil Kail Hn lieatrlitlon, free ol iliurRe 
to lti'iagiilri'il I'rofiiiiiloiinla rncloaliiK progr*iiiin*n. No , unl,. 

Adtlrvaa nil rniniiitiiilralloiia In lliu flliilu Ollli e i 

CHAS. K. HARRIS, 

31 WEST 3 let ST., New York, N. Y. 
MEYER GOMKIM, IVIsr. 



GRAND OPERA HOU8E BLD'G, 



JOE kVI . HARRIS 



Mgr. 

..J. UUl. 1 — 



B. F. KEITH'S 

THEATRES AND VAUDEVILLE BOOKING CIRCUIT. 



Krllh'a Tliculrrj 

KollliH itljoii Theatre. 

Kcltll'M Then lie 

KcllhH llieilrn , 

Krllli'ii Tlicalrn 

Kcltll'M New ThiiBlrr. . . 



11.11- lull, MllHM. 

ll'ialiui, Milan. 

. . . . ITovldcilcc, ll. I. 
. . . . l'aivlin-1,1'1. II. I. 

, ,. . .N«w York City. 

. . . I'llllllllelphlll, I'll. 



Kcllh'u Pro.-ipcrt 'I'lunlrr flevelntid. l». 

Kclllii: llu.'ilil I'rliii'ciiH 'I hi'nl le, . I, unilun, Lutf. 

Uirry invia 1 Urautl Opera Uouay, 

riiii.iiiii'if, i'u. 



(,'Iiukc'h Tli"iilrii Wavhluvlon, X). f!. 

Kitiiiiii'h Miiiylii/nl Tin-litre. . . Ilnltliiiinc, Mil. 

Hlliii'-l (liuileti Tin -a ll e lliifTnlo, N, V, 

KIh-ii'ii Thi'iillT TuKHili), i .'nn. 

Monri'i, Thcnlm.. ,; Iluehinlur, N. V, 



ii'lii|ih: Tlii'iitrr 

Muorc'ii Thoalrc 

1'ark 'I In -in i'u 

(ir/mil «i|ieni llouiie. . , 
driiml dpi in tlousc. , 



. . .Iielnilt, Mich. 

I'oriUiid, Sir. 

. . Wawtatan Mas*. 
. .. . K; incuse, N. T, 

.. .Youuualona, O. 



PKItKOIlfllKHH WILL IIKKKKIT I'll KMHKI. VKH 1,1 IvKII'IMI 
THIS OKI K K INKOllllIKII Of 'I'UKIll Hill IK AN11 OI'K.V TIMK. 



B. F. KEITH'S BOOKING OFFICES, Sf. James Building, 

m. K. MODODQN, Elookm K Man«u«r, 

Iloojiia MB lo 8aW Ht. Janmt llnllUUnt, ggW YOHIC CCTi". 

A Sure Two for One. 

Oil Uctober lirsl we bought Ihu ciitiri; sltx^U (if line woolens and hillsa fiotn Lku well. 
known tailois Trcilwull, KclluaUivr & llmatOA Their original llckllta nrc ulLuchcd to 
cuch lull of i.lolli, matlicil In plain li''ttrvs. 

Wliifur Ovciioatii, Tlir;ii- |nii'o, i^So to ?oo. Our price, M"' 
I all Overcuab, " " 0$utiil75. " " *">'» 

Sulb, •• " ?'jolos;>. " " »;;n 

Tiou.-ctii. • " .ti)i-jM'\ " " I* 

llicl'jdin;; tliuir t,i!l; lining. 

Good- di. playc-U oii svcond lloor. 

btuxiul salt) of vciy fine UltfmuYuud woist'jda. dutl», ntHtt offculs, Suit to mouiutc 
$25; also overcoating, till, lilted, $25. SuillpUS truilcd to any adtln as. 



1 i'u, 



A RNHEIM 

BROADWAV 8c NINTH STREET. 



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950 



THE 3STEW YORK CLIPPER. 



November t 




THE MATH 




SAL AGENCY 



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COPYRIGHT 1MM BY S. LUBItf. 

SCREAMINGLY FUNNY FROM START TO FINISH. OF A TICKLING CHARACTER ALL TllltOIIOII. OO NOT MISS IT, IT MEANS MONEY. 
M, 700ft. P 

IMPERSONATION OF TUB 



*»roo. 






•Tlip Clenrett Film Ever Mode.' 



Copyright 1905 li> S. LUBIN, anil Fnllf Frotootod l>y Law. 



"Tln< Biggest Money Maker Throughout the Conntry," 



INCLUDING KNOCKOUT. LGnglEl, AOOUf 700 FSBl- PflC6 f $80. INCLUDING KNOCKOUT, 



THE COUNTERFEITERS. 



Sfinntlonnl Exciting Cliate, 
Length, 700 Feet. Price, 977. 



GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY. 

Moat Popular Picture Bver Shown. 
Length, 000 Feet. Price, $00. 



HIGHWAY ROBBERY. 

The Biggest Hit. of the Y«ar. 
Length, 7 no Feet. Price, »8I4.50. 



ON A VACATION TRIP. 

Fanny from Start to Finish. 
Length, 3SO Feet. Price, 838.50. 



BOLD BANK ROBBERY. 

Moil Sensational Film Bver Made 
Length, 600 Feet. Price, $06. 



L 8 



1905 EXPOSITION MODEL CINE06RAPH WITH STEHEOPTIGOH COMBINED, 

1 \> Wf V in, :ladlng Calcium Lamp, Blectrlc Lamp, Adjustable Rheoitat, Film* and Slldea. 



S75 



STAB MODEL CDfEOQBAPH, 
WITH 8TBRB0PTIC0N COMBINED 



$50. 



21 S. Eighth Street, Philadelphia, P . 



OUR Film Buyers Draw Upon the Resources of 
Every Film Maker in the World for the 

"National Service" 

WEEKLY CHANCE OF MOTION PICTURES. 

Yon Get the Benefit of Onr Effort* in This 

Direction. 

—WRITE TO-DAY.«« 

NATIONAL FILM RENTING COMPANY, 

62 N. Clark St., CHICAGO, ILL. 



REMOVED TO 1265 BROADWAY. 

MAUD I PC nnflM'C TiiKVTim jaIj 



Southern and Eastern Park Circuit, "BUT- 

[ HARRY D'ESTA. 



FABILY THEATRE, Pottsvllle, Fa. 

FlHILT THEATBE, Hade ton, Fa. 

rAOIILY TBEiTBB, Atlantic City, N. I. f rj, TUTtm 

FABILY THEATRE. Sioux Falls, S. D. ) wen ' - ttL S r « 



I'i'i fiivmi'ii any tni|iit>iiteil lo uill« lor Iinnieilluto nml future time. 



WATCH 4 THE 4 IVI'S. 



LIBERTY NOV. 4, 



BRANDON EVANS - JOSEPHINE ROSS 



leaillofj Man. 



Lending Javenilea and Ingenues. 



lOrATKD OH IIOAII STOCK. First Class Malingers Only. Wire, MIAMION EVANS. 
CiinMillAUK HAYWAKD CO., Kalamazoo, Mich., Nov. I; Soul h ll-nrt. Ind., Nov. 9-fc Sheridan Pouse. 

IVr. address, 2110 liULI) sritlNtl AVE., Milwaukee, Wis. 



FOR TBE DAVIS GOODWIN STOCK CO., 

PEOPLE IN ALL LINES FOR REPERTOIRE. 

Those doing specialiHit given preference. Hood souhrci o wlih strong specially. Man wlih picture 
miu'htiit! ouilll, lopluy I mix. timid 1'lanlst. Male all lu lint Icilpr. No lime for Idle correspondence, 
.•vnd pholos. Salary low bin *iiro. Wo pay all. Ilolieursiils Nov. T. Addles 

DAVIS* (lOODWIV, Kiiyuttoville, Norllt Carolina. 



FOR FRANK DUDLEY COMPANY, 

Tw /o OOOD Specialty People) 

! , ,,.., woman), who can play it lino of general business, Sper billies ami wardrobe must lio GOOD. 

iitmuge mi' week. Yourmlurv In sure, so make II your very heal In your llrst, anil loll ln<t what yon 
rail do. .lolti ill oiti'f. Other* wrlm. Andrew I'HAMv lU'Di.KY. Manager, 8lar»vllle, HIM, 



('.(IMKltY l.'KA'l'l UK ( AMI'BELI, UHUS.' < IRCi'S. 

DELAVOYE and FRITS 

TUG ORIGINAL CLOWN ABD POLICEHAN THICK HOUSE ACT. 
A perfected feature wliliotit an equal, wlih showy one t heel ill ItoaTreph. Managers, bowuro of ilirso 
lloiii* copies, itou'l forget, net the reputable, original Trick House Art Him always makes good. 
Yaeuitt sorn ror carnivals, Farce Comedy, Minstrel or Hei ertolte. 

' WIIiI. RKLAVOYE, Campbell llrox.' » 'liens, Morgan. Tex. 



HEADQUARTERS FOR WIGS 

Largost Stock in New York. 

OClt S0UBUETTE' WJO AT *4 00 18 A BEAMY. A FULL LINK OF SWITCHES ON HAND. 

Send lor Price. I** The Trices will Surprise you. 

ROBE KOCH LENOX, 17 F. 14th Street, near Union Square, NEW YORK 



FOR STAGE AND STREET 



■ .1 1 W IV J^ SEALSKIN JACKETS AND KtHtM. 

VlVfS 8 ^ w ANDREWS^rf'.CHICMO 




MOVING FIGIUBES 
and VAUDEVILLE. 

WHITE F(in SAMPLES AND PHICKS. 

The DONALOSONLITHO.CO., 



XEWPORT. KA, 



AT LIBERTY AFTER NOV. 4, 




N [ 
D l 




TliaBlgOni- 

-K-lv-Iv- 



I UK PIERCE-OLiIVER 




KING KARNIVAL KO 



And INDUSTRIAL FAIRS. 

'Make Merry One ^Veek' In the Year."' If You Intend lo (live al'nlr Let I's ilearlroni foa 
Furnish a Complete Kurnlval and Fair. 
i r>o people an 

I illl KI.lllOKlTi: SATIN UOOTIIS ill 

I 10 REFINKD VAKDEVIL1.K SKRTCIIKS In 

» fl FIRST CLASS SHOWS B ■•»"■■ '» 

I »0 AMUSKItlF.NTS IN (IHR. 

> SPECIAL I'APKR, SPECIAL CAR. 



WD 



JUST 

AMU! 
THE PEOPLI 

WE CARRY 



Child Pan- anil A Ni>. I Dancing; Specialty. Mother 
playx small unris. Address, week 8*.l, ClKAliD 
AVK. TMEATKK. Phlin.: week of an, Newark, 
N. J- HKARTS OF OOl.l) CO. 

GOWNS^™ 

SLIOHTLY C8ED. Also STREET DOWNS. We 
have on hand a large assortment, of allgh tly wore 
Evening (towns, Dinner, Reception aud Tea Gowns. 
These robes aro perfect In every respect, and are 
especially suitable for wear In 11I0II CLASS DRA- 
MATIC PRODUCTIONS. We Have a full Hue ol 
Senl Sklu Chu;h anil Furs of all kinds. 
MRS. U L STARR.a87 South Slate St.^OIHOAOO. 

ATT LVlIJKR'rY, 



JeLlUIITLV ISKU 



I 



II. and O. Write nr wire quick. 

IVI. F». ASML.EY. 

PITTSTON, PA. 

Hand Leader Hlllman Stock co. 



WANTED. 

Man and Wife Want 

JOINT ENGAGEMENT WITH RELIABLE CO. 

Mannings with own Illustrated onllli. Both play 
.smalt parte. Sober and rellabe. Plioios If re- 
i]uesicil. Hcsponsllile umr agers only mldrass 
(i.W. MACK. P.O. llox »m, schenectadv, N. T. 



OoYouWANTMILITARY GOODS? 

BAND UNIFORMS. ARMY or NAVY SUITS, 
TENTS, QUNS and EQUIPMENT OF EVERY 
DESCRIPTION. From Government Auotlon, 
No matter what yon want In that line I can 
supply It. New or second hand. Bend for 
cataloguo. B. B. ABRAHAMS, 

323 South St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



Everything up to dale. Week stands only. Showing In the best halls, armories and rinks Iraain 
hear from all Committees inlendlng to hold Fairs this Winter. \VK CAN MAKE MONEY FOI! YOl 

PRIVILEGE PEOPLE WANTED. 
Glass Illowers and Engravers, llurnt Leather, Palmist (Lady send photo), Photo Machine Aluminum 
Noveliles, Wire Worker, Knife Hack, Cane Rack and oilier privileges snUahle lor Ladles 'and ncwi 
men. No Gambling and llrst class layouts reiiolreil. We Tarnish handsome llooth Fronts. Wjintph 
•< nr :: flfiOD DRAWING SHOWS. WANTED, SISTER TEAM to do Slnglo nnd others. Send nhnm Tell 
all In iir.st. Show opens middle of Novcmlier. A<ldress 

PIEHCK-OI.IVRR KING KARNIVAL K(>., tit S. Dettili St., Syracuse, U. I . 



SOMETHING NEW if 
K Mareh Hit. 

I 



} THERE YOU ARE! 

'When UncleSainmy Calls We'll Be There 

THAT PRRTTV AVALTZ BONO, 

"Won't You Play House Wi h Me" 

{HOWARD C. WICKS MUSIC CO., i 

Lll l East 15lli St., NEW YIIHK CITY. / 
ORCHESTRATIONa. PROP. SEND PRUURAM AND STAMPS. ) 

MR. and MRS. JOHN T. POWERS, 

"THE l=» L- A V E R S," 

Coined >- Playlot (By MONTE COLLINS). 

'•The beautiful gowns worn by Mrs. .lolin T. Powers. In the comedy sketch with hnr husband, 
elicited extravagant praise from the ladle - - In the audience. Mr. and Mrs Powers have a reilneil act. 
Thev sing a little, dance a little, jolly a bit and enact a burlesque, melodrama with lelllng eu'en. 
Their act Is beautifully staged and is strletiv high class.' - — WINNIPEG TRIUCNE, Oct. K, 101)5. 

Address, 503 ASHLAND IILOCIC, CHICAGO, ILL 



WANTED, FOR TENTING SEASON 1000, 

THOg. Li. I I X \ & CO/8 New United Show* 

A Sober, Hustling contracting Agent who knows the small owns in New England, nnd is not nfraldor 
p. sic, to take charge of llrst Advanio Wagon. Must furnish reference If unknown to us. Man to ink'' 
charge of No. 2 Wagou who can stick paper and contract, if necessary. Man to Lend Band, »r. 
Musicians for Band and orchestra. All kinds or Circus Acts, except riders. Acrobats. ('onforll»nli>b. 
Jugglers. Trapeze Acts, Clowns, Aerial Acts, etc. Man and Wito to take charge of Side Show, conceit 
People who double, nnd sneer Boss Canvas Man, a finely equipped small Wagon Show. Breakfast ami 
lodging at hotels. Season opens a bout May 1. Wanted to lluv. All Kinds or Trained animals. 

Permanent address and Winter Quarters, UOOSIOK FALLS, New York. 



Plenty Corn and Like's 

One 02x88 Lined wr t. Wall. One 12x38, One 14x30 
Blk. Tents. Folding all Wood Camp Packers, Auto 
malic Nlokle In tlioSlot and Self Acting Spring- 
Mottr Crank Piano, Settees 7ft. Long, Folding 
Organ, Baud Organ, Crank Piano, Megaphones 
Send for Free bargain List. 
R. H^AJIUBRUSTER, Sprliigflehl, Illinois. ■ 

WANTED, 

Top Mounter, 

That can do lintul to hand work aud niusl not be 
ovnr l.'lA lbs. Have no objection lo good amateurs. 
Address JOHN FOWL ER, M B mitt St , I 'e nver.Colo . 

RO»WWCKtU,WAlT!, 

Man and Woman for General Business. 

Those doing specialties preferred Man have pood 
wardrobe and ability. Management pays all. Join 
at once, dlvo lowest bruis in llrst. Address , 
W IL L II. POWERS. Mgr., Gowaiida, N . V. 

"\iVAIM-rED, 

tSKetch Team, 

Novelly I'euplo, Slluut Acts. S. uiid 1). Comediaus. 
SKttcli Team. Must be good. Chango for week. 
Tell.evtry ililug llrst letter. Kl.nci; A AHL, 
714 llnckley Strecl, Waukesha, Wis. 



PEOPLE'S THEATBE, Brisbee, Ariz. 

WANTED AT AIL TIMES, 

FIRST CLASS SISTER TEAMS and SINGLE LADIES. 



B. ECKSTEIN, Prop. JOE KELLY, Manager. 



WANTED, i GOOD COBEDIARS 

Or PKRFORMKltS to play for a fair tor len ulghls. 
from Dec. 22, lww, to Jan. 2, lew: family prefcrfcu. 
Sloto terms. Address all communications to 

PETER MeiE AKLAND. Lonacnnlng. Md. 



Scenic Artist at Liberty. 

Tiveniy years' exporloncc In orlglnailng produc- 
tions and local stork. 
LqillS DAVIS. 21fl Ru ssell tt H S Ml lTlfle, Tjnn. 

WANTED. LAI EST EXHIBITION 

PV1S0 PICTOBE luAUUlNE AID FILMS. 
Stale all Ural letler. 

OLIVKIt P. UARKLEY.MI. Pleasant, fa. 



BIJOU THEATRE, 

CLINTON, MASS. 

CLINTON'S ONLY VAUDEVILLE HOUSE. 

WANTED AT ALL TIMES, VAUDEVILLE ACTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

SUITABLE TO REFINED AI.'DIENCES. D. C. tltlTCnlN'tlS. Mlir. 

Cbas. LeNolre. Hilly Ilarrdlgg, Harry Monllon, write. 



DiETTE and MORIN, 



_ .OBATS. 

Have worked tho Parks and I'nlw ibis Sine™'.' 
lIoKlnn, and have return dale. This lfee»; 
Host on 'I heai re. Lowell, Mass. HAVE SOME OPEN TIDIi 
Vaudeville «-r "urlesune. or any good Co. Time of act 12 minutes. Address tins wcm. DIETTft «" 
MOK1N, Boston Tlieatre, Lowell. Mass.; later, cure ol F.I). KELLY. No. 08 Cuiirl St., Iiosion. Mass. 



IVI 

TDK STRAICIIT AND TBB LOOSE ACROBATS 

around Mass. and Maine, and worked the Downed Tlieatre, lloston, and have return dan 



THE 



O. M. 



Kitty Fayc 



LKillT COMEDY with a Novelty Singing 801' HRF.TTE and Danelug Act lliat cat! ho featnred. "un 1 
robe unsurpassed; ability and exptrlence. Only managers of llrst class one nlghtcrs need answer. 

O. M. TOUXG, Llnruln. 11L 



AN EXTRAORDINARY HEBREW COMEDY ACT 



Le MAIRE 



Le MAIBE, 



"THE I'Alll Willi THE PARODIES." 

ANY 0001) AGENT, or Per. Add., 15 E. 1KTH ST., N. 



ETHEL WHITEMIDKS Is n splendid singer Anil would makogood none, but the IB* 
colored fellows arc extremely clever. Whle Miss Whiteside, clad In a handson,o gowu, sltip * 1110 
nowsomgs, ihc Pickaninnies do voice Jtarstutiis In the acting line. The stage sellings for la** 
arc very clever, nnd at Its close a triple encore was demanded, . - A 

SAGINAW EVENING SEWS, OCT. ^ 



November 4. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



057 




W^%%3^TO%%W# v e%%OTW%%SWi v %V 



The Whole World Is Singing 



In Dear Old 




orgia 



(9 



The Greatest Artists Sing It, The Newsboys Whistle It, The Best Orchestras Play It, The Darkles Dance It, The Millionaires Hum It, 
The Phonographs Reproduce It, The Talking Machines Talk It, The Street Organs Grind It, The Small Boy Recites It, The Politicians 
Shout It, The Bootblack Yells It, The Newspapers Praise It, Everybody Loves It, Millions Are Buying It and 

^WILtL/IARIS and VAN A.I*STYPm "Wrote It. 

WHAT IS MORE THE SLIDES ARE READY FOR YOU AT $5.00 A SET. 



And Now Comes tlie "Different" Song, 






9) 



We Say "Different Song," Because it Is Different from all Other Coon Songs. Still, the Same Multitude Is 8inglng "SYMPATHY" 
that We Have Mentioned Above. SYMPATHY Will Make You Laugh, It Will Make Your Audlenoe Laugh, It Will Make the Leader 
Laugh, It Will Make the Manager Laugh. Oh, Sizzles, It's Making Everybody Laugh, and 

KmCDIS oiaci PAI^BY, ttx& Boys Who 'Wrote It, A*© Tickled to Deatli. 

"AIN'T IT FUNNY WHEN YOU LOOK FOR MONEY, ALL YOU GET IS SYMPATHY. 



»> 



Js| THE OHORUS 

" All I got was sympathy, but It ain't a bit of use, you see ; 

rWhin I was brokt and hungry my friends all said to ma: "Don't worry. Bill, 
There's lots of fish down In the brook, 
Ml you nead Is a rod and a Una and a hook." 
ain't It fanny, whan you look for money, all you get Is sympathy. 





a iikimuii uv uviiii mi i ; 
MOSE CUMBLE, Gen. Mgr. Prof. Dept. 

48 W. 28th St, NKW YORK. 
HOMER HOWARD. Her. Chicago Office, ht and 80 Clark St. 
EXECUTIVE OPFUR, 10 Wltherell St., Detroit, Mich. 
fle-Addre«» all Professional Mall to New York Office. 



P. 8.--Don't forget that the greatest 
composition ever published is now ready 
for orchestra leaders and dumb acts. 
You know the one we mean— 

SILVER HEELS. 4 



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CLASS A. IS CENTS PER FT. 



CLASS B. 13 CENTS PER FT. 



EDISON 

Films and Projecting Kinetoscopes 

Kiblbttlon Model, $115.00. Universal Model, 075.00. 

CLA88 A-LATEST FEATURE 8UBJECT8. 

THE WATERMELON PATCH 





No. 0,311. Code, VASTWOELES. Length, 723ft. A 9108.75. 

ANOTHER WEEKLY HIT: A GENUINE COMEDY 

ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR, NO. 208, 

P»or AlarrJ 31BM. 

The "Whltecapa" 835ft. 

• lie Boarding- School Olrla... 005ft. 

The Little Train Robbery. . , . 72BM. 

Stolen by Gypsies 845ft. 



MAILED FREE ON APPLICATION. 

J line'. Birthday Party 700ft. 

"Rafflea"— The Dob 035ft. 

The Whole Daram Family and 

the Damm Dob 80OU. 

The Burglar's Slide for Life. . 205ft. 



MAGICAL 



Apparatus. Beat Quality. 
TOST a COMPANY, 48 N. Kloth 81.. 

(KBiawished 1670.) Philadelphia. 

n- Large Catalogue for Stamp. 



SEND FOB LATEST CATALOGS AND ILLUSTRATED CIRCULARS. 

EDISON MANUFACTURING CO., 

MAIN OFFICE and FACTORY, ORANGE, N. J. 
Chicago Office, 304 Wabsah Avenue. 

New York Office, 31 Union Square. Gable Address, Kurlllan, New Tork. 

OFFICE FOR UNITED KINGDOM: 26 OLERKENWELI, ROAD, LONDON, E. 0., ENGLAND. 

SELLING AflriTH- THE KINETOGRAPH CO., - - - - «1 E. 8Ut St., New York 

MmiHlH aWana ID. petER BAOIOALUPI, - 788-78S Mission St., Ban FranoUco, Cat 



ma mm mm 

GOOD STOCK AND REPERTOIRE PEOPLE 

IN EVERT LINE. 
WOCLD like to hear immediately from a good heavy man 

AND FIRST CLA88 PIANO PLAYER. 

„ . Permanent address, OPERA DOUSE, Las Vegas, New Mexico. 
Houte: Donglaa, Arizona, 81, Nov. 1; El Paso, Teias, Not. 11. 12. 




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OBACIE MARKS, the charming Comedienne 
wltb Marks Bros.' No. 1 Dramatic On., who la win- 
ning additional fame Hinging "Walt Love," "Turn 
Out the Gas" and "I'd l.lku to Have Someone to 
Love Me," published by Lydlck, Turner A Co., 
Pittsburg. Pa. 



Wanted, for Mystic Shriners, 

ONE NIGHT, NOV. 7, 

FIRST CLASS 
VAUDEVILLE ACTS. 

R. D. MORGAN, 2232 Wilson Ave., Cleveland, 0. 




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Successors to the T. W. Noble Co., Tent Dept., 
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THE GREAT AND OHLY 

Colonel Gaston Bordeverry 

THE INVENTOR AND ORIGINATOR OP 

Playing the Piano with Real Winchester Repeating Rifles. 

The first man who bad that Ingenious Idea, no chance for Imitators, success oannot be copied, 
not successfully. Every man will be a failure In proportion as be gets away from himself, 
and a man who originate* something (not a copy of some one else) quickly gel* recognition. "Imita- 
tors aro llko snow Bakes on the river, a moment white, then gone forever."— IIIJKNH. Imitators 
might come, Imitators may go, bnt COLONEL GASTON HOKDKVKHRY GOBS ON FOREVER. There 
is ONLY ONE UORDEVKRR Y, creating a big Herniation, now on the Orphoum circuit. No sot In the 
world has oreated a greater sensation, or caused such unbounded enthusiasm. Absolutely Us 
greatest DRAW In the world. People turn out at every performance. Communications 

CHA8. BORNHAUPT, Business Manager, or care of CLIPPEB. 



Paoiflo Coast Amusement Co., 

SULLIVAN and CONSIDINE, 

Owning and operating so First Class Vaudeville Asetrss East, Northwest and West, 

■ it A TavrATA-grAT-n at aU times, fIRST CLASS ACTS OP ALL KINDS 
W A^t 1 M>1J» that can deliver the geoas. 

BOLH BOOKING A0ENT8: AL. ONKEN, Family Theatre, 116th St, near Park Ave., New York City) 

OHAfl. WHAT, lit Denny Bldg., SeatUe, Wash.; 8T8RNAD a BROWN, 8J B. Clark St., Cblcag»| 

AR0I1IB LETT, 111 Eddy St., San Francisco, Oal. 



HENRY BROWN, 

VAUDEVILLE AOBNT, 

B» DEARBORN STREET, Cnleage, 111. 



958 



THE 3STEW YORK CLIPPER. 



November 4, 




That etc* r Comedienne, euizabcth Murray, Says It is the Best Irish 8ong She has Ever Had, and is 8inging 
It to Numerous Encores Nightly. It Is Already Being Taken Up by Hundreds of Others who have Only 

Heard it Once, so Be Up to the Times, and Send for It To-Day. 

NOR AH - FLOR ADOR 




Words and Music by THEORDORE NORTHRUP. 



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November 4. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



959 



THAT SLIDES WOULD SOON BE READY FOR THE TWO BEAUTIFUL SONOS 




HOME, SWEET HOME" 

They have just come in and are about as fine a lot of pictures as were ever turned out by WHEELER-each and every one of them a gem. 
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All Acts booked (or LTBIG THEATRE, Cleveland, 0., 
by the late STEBNABD & BROWN, 
HEREBY OAIN 

Those holding contracts, communicate at once with AL. ONKEN, Sole 
Agent, whose address is care Family Theatre, 125th Street New, York City. 
All bookings by him hold good. 

EDWII B. LAIS, I|r., Lyric Theatre, Cleveland, Ohio. 



By my Correspondence 
Method of Voice Culture 



VOICE CULTURE 

you can moke your voice beautiful, resonant, and of extended compass — you can learn 
to read music as you read print, in less time and at less expense than by .personal 
lessons. If you are interested in vocal music send 2 cent stamp for my booklet, "THE 
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FOR IR1BIBDIATB AND FUTURE TIHK, 

VAUDEVI 

Suitable (or lady audience. Address 

WINCHESTER and SMITH, 

Gem Theatre, Council muffs, Iowa. 

WANTBO, FOK A. 

"PAIR OF COUNTRY KIDS" CO., 

TALL and HANDSOME JUVENILE MAN, JUVENILE WOMAN and CHARACTER OLD MAID. 

TIiiisu doing specialties glvon preference. State everything firm letter. No fanoj ralarlei. Company 
now In Its 10th successfulweek. A long, sure season to the right people. AddreHs 

0. JAY SMITH, Manager, »S Flymoutb, Chicago, 111. 

FATTY FELIX'CO., No. 2 

FATTY (Overgrown Foolish Boy), 

RUBE, TRAMP, JUVENILE, HEAVY, PROPERTY MAN, OLD MATT), 

SOUBRETTE, JUVENILE WOMAN. 

All mast do specialties. Gentlemen must doable In band. Everything In first Utter. Other Musicians 
write. BURT JACOBI, Jordon Show Print, 76 Plymouth Place, Chicago, 111., or En Route. 



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Would like to hear from Good Burlesque Company, who can produce stock. Will rent out- 
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ABDALLAH BEN HAMADI TRIO, 

THE 8REAT NOVELTY ACROBATIC ACT FROM THE FAR EA8T. 

We are still on our tour around the world. Balled for Mexico on Thursday, Oct. 20, 1906, for 18 weeks. 

WILL BE AT LIBERTY AFTER MARCH 1. 1906. 

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Actors t J 1 (t t J3ot*t>le> Brass, ox* 
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»ugement to ladles and gentlemen^ Address 
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I LONG IN VAIN TO HEAR THOSE WORDS AOAIN 

Br AUL.ANA LEVINS. 
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THE KISS THAT MADE YOU MINE 

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A pretty Love Song, the equal of which has not been written. 
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November i 



Anecdotes, Personalities and Comments, 

COKCERNINO 

STAGE FOLK and Sometimes OTHERS 

BI JOSEPHINE OHO. 

Charles London Carter, the successful 
writer of thirty or more sketches and several 
plnye, recently received the following letter, 
which shows the confidence the writer, a 
young man, bad In his own ability : 

"Mr. Charles London Carter, deer sir. i 
was lookln' at a paper an aecn your add an 
1 thot 1 would rite you a few lines. I am 
not an experience man but 1 am a comedln 
an I am a good one. I have never been on 
the stage only at the halls, But If my name 
was to aper on a Bill bord it would Draw a 
crowed, as I am well known In som places 
an 1 can eslly Be Broke In. I have a new 
Stile walk an dance in Cornicle work an if 
I am give a Chance I would do my best I can 
think up lota of apecbul neks. If you are 
pleased to be Intereated In this pleas anser 
soon as i Might get an ingagment soon with 
sumbodyelts. good by yours truly." (Signed) 

9 

O. Ed. Naftzger sends the following two 
or three bits from the West. 

This experienced actor, now with the Maud 
Henderson Stock Company, was at one time 
traveling through that part of the country 
with tie Felix Vincent Repertory Company. 
Among the plays on the list was "The Iron 
King." This was a play used only In an 
emergency, and the members of the troupe 
were not all letter perfect In the lines. 

By some mistake the advance man bad 
booked that bill for the first night of a week 
stand, and the company bad arrived in town 
too late for a rehearsal, so were obliged 
to go on and do their best— or their worst, 
as It proved to be. In vain did the manager, 
Mr. Vincent, walk the stage from entrance 
to entrance, "throwing" the actors their 
lines. The performance was bad, and they 
all knew it. 

Naftzger, who was tbe Colonel Retchel of 



for walking the distance waa a dangerous 
proceeding to blm, especially as he was 
known to carry money for the pay rolls c( 
the corporation he was working for, and that 
locality was Infested by negro roustabouts, 
This fact was a potent persuader to Cantwell 
that his best resort In the emergency was 
to use tbe pass. Accordingly he seated him- 
self In tbe smoker of the train and awaited, 
with some trepidation, the approach of the 
conductor. 

That official of tbe railroad soon came 
through, and the suspense of tbe future 
1 honorable" was ended by a nod of approval, 
together with a word or two of pleasantly 
from that Important Individual. However, a 
few minutes later the conductor returned to 
tbe car, followed by a young man who wore 
a worried look. Then Cantwell, anticipating 
some complication regarding his use of tbe 
pass, began to be worried too. Hla anxiety 
greatly Increased wben the conductor said : 

"Mr. Editor, of course you know all the 
members of your staff?" 

"Naturally," replied tbe supposed editor, 
wondering what was coming next 

"Well, then," said the conductor, "this 
young man haa no money to pay bis fare, 
but says he's a reporter on your paper. If 
be is, why It's all right, and settlement can 
be made later." 

"Oh, yes," quickly replied Cantwell, with a 
breath of relief, "he's on the staff," then 
turning to the young man, who looked bis 
surprise at tbe turn things had taken, he 
sad: 

"How are you, Hammond?" This greeting 
was In the hearing of the conductor, who 
then passed on. When out of hearing the 
young man, with an accent that proclaimed 
the part of tbe country In which he had been 
raised, exclaimed : 

"By gad, Suh I you've done me a great 
service, Suh. My name Isn't' Hammond — It's 
FInckney, and I'm happy to make your ac- 
quaintance, Suh. ,1 happened to be out of 
money back here, and I just had to go to 
Mobile. I thought I'd risk saying I was on 
your paper. Now, why were you good enough 
to soy you recognized me?" 

"Well," laughingly confessed Cantwell, 
"I'm not tbe editor. I'm just traveling on 
h's pass. You can Imagine my anxiety wben 



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Saurln De Roe cauBe hearty laughter with Staley and Blrbeck's transformation ■ 
their mirth and melody; the Kartellos, the at Keith's Theatre; Mysterious De K'. '-'. 
Great Phllllpps, and Hill and Adams, comedy and the Rossow Midgets, at the Colonial 'I '" 
acrobats, complete our Incomparable olio, atre ; Joseph Hart, of Hart and De Mar r'i»i 
Return dates are asked for, and the show is Kama's London Pantomime comnanv ."> 
booked solid for the entire season. Proctor's FIfty-elgbth Street Theatre' : ■•« 

A change! has been made in Chas. Bay lanta, In her disrobing act, at the lin',': « 
and Bessie May Hackett's "Big Moonshiner'' Theatre, and Llnd, at the Sunday concert « 
Show, now playing Its twenty-third success- the New York Theatre. " " l 

ful week through the South. Wm. Delle- ' — 

Sort has replaced Tom Wilson, on the front, 
lanager Ray reports playing to packed 
houses dally. Miss Hackett's Illustrated 
socks and serpentine dance are the feature 
of the chow. The show Is booked solid until 
March 16, 1006 



Pbiss Agent Atkinson, of the Al. G V ,>m 

Greater Minstrels, arrived In New o'rli Al 

Oct. 18, In advance of his show, which my m 

a week's engagement In that city last s.io. 

day night, Oct. 22. Mr. Atkinson reports u,?t 

the Field show Is the first road attractio n «« 

Frank Macket, formerly of Mackcy and visit tbe Crescent Theatre tbls season i. 

Clark, is working alone, doing his comedy mu- says : "The fact that struck me most ta'ie.Si 

sical act and playing parts with the W. H. upon my arrival In New Orleans was the t'e-i • 

Bailey amusement enterprises. less attitude the citizens have token ton irVi 

Tub Valdinos opened on the Keith ctr- the yellow fever. There has been beavv rrni 

cult Oct 16. Their act Is greeted with much estate transfers during the Summer, and the 

applause at every performance. They are theatres that have been in operation bun 

booked until Nov. 20. done a normal business, Tbe common exi>'o* 

Tan Russells have closed a successful • slon one hears Is: 'Well, I guess I've esAimi 

seven weeks with the Columbia Stock Co., the fever this year.' They look upon the u'vt ', 

playing through New York State. Their nov- as they would upon a mild case of nalarla 

elty musical act was featured with the show. There Is a general Inclination to disbelieve tile 

They are now playing vaudeville dates In the moaqulto theory. The yellow fever has tend. 

East, and are booked solid until Dec 10. ' ed to retard the theatrical season, but It Is be. 

J. C. Jenkins, manager of the Velma Quar- llevcd theatregoers wlli rush pell mell to iiie 

tette, writes that the quartette has been dls- playhouses when plays and players begin to 

. J-. „rtma nlAtlfp Thorn I. a na.nn -• 1 .* . lu 



come along. There Is a sense of humor uinler 
the fever situation, and none realize tlili 
more than New Orleans. To know that there 
Is fever In the city one must be away from It 
One must be on the 'rail' to have tbe fact 
forced upon_hlm. It Is only through ibe 



the play, bad a scene with King Charles, 
where he shows bis bravery and devotion by you appeared on the scene and I thought you 
sticking to bis post, although wounded. He were about to give me away." 
Is ordered to bis quarters because of bis 
wounds, and bis lines In reply are as fol- 
lows: 

"Your Majesty, this Is an Important post, 
and as long as I have life I will not desert. ' Misa "Jack" Boutwell, vocalist, is pre- 

Naftzger had the spirit, though not the E ar , ln B,?, now sketch, to be Introduced shortly. 
>.».. _# «,. ii.. .. hi. ...i. i_.ii..>.. oDe wl " UB0 a unr P In the act, upon which 

letter of the line, as his reply Indicates. she la said to be an expert. 

"Your Majesty," he exclaimed, "this Is an 



Oaudetiiie and minstrel 



Important post, and as long as there's breath 
In my body I'm going to allele." 

During a recent engagement at Cheboygan, 
Midi., of tbe company of which Nafteger 's 



an expert. 

Tommy Dim, comedy pianist, reports meet- 
ing with success with the Great Vurplliat 
Vaudeville Co., touring Pennsylvania. 

Owing to the Illness of Lottie Rutherford, 
of Jim and Lottie Rutherford, they have heen 
compelled to cancel ail tbelr vaudeville time 
for this season. Jim Rutherford has Joined 
hands with Blllle Howard, late of Howard 



a member, ho was Introduced one nlgbt, after and Cross, doing a singing, 'dancing and talk 

,l.n na.f.nnn.n.A >. . ..ul.l.i.) r\t >t.n> >..,. 1(10 nflt In ft_o Tl». „ tnfnvtn >>„ .Tin. I. In . 



the performance, to a resident of tbat town. 
In talking over tbe performance, the gentle- 
mnn remarked tbat one of tbe specialties of 
the evening, "The Whole Damm Family, ' 
made a "bit" with blm, Inasmuch as It eo- 
'nclded In some respects with bis own case. 

' How Is that]" waa Nattsger'a question, to 
which the Cheboygan citizen replied by draw- 
ing nine reserved seat coupons from hla 
pocket, saying : 

"Tbls represents my whole dam family.'' 

t 

Nafttger relates an Incident happening 

during his early days In the business. Tbe 

company with which he was barnstorming 

was playing repertory. One of the plays had 



Ing act, In one. 
laughing hit. 
Tub three 



They Inform us that It la a 



Kodbrs have Just closed 
twenty-two weeks with tbe Arnolds' Big 
Show, traveling through Oregon, Washing- 
ton. British Columbia, Montana and Idaho. 

Blanche Edwards, female baritone, closed 
with Stevens and Linton's "My Wife's 
Family" Co., and opened at the Bijou The- 
atre, Lansing, Mich., week of Sept. 10, sing- 
ing Illustrated songs. Miss Edwards was 
character woman with Fred Uaymoud's 
"Missouri Girl" Co. last season. 

Prof. Woodward's Troutb No. 1 of dogs 
and monkeys, sailed, Oct. 19, for Berlin. 
Troupe No. 2. consisting of Woodward's 
bears, dogs and ant caters, remain here, un- 
der tho direction of Prof. Apdale. 

Dorr m Dimple (Mrs. Joseph Krcbs), of 
tho Merry Maidens Co., spent Sunday, Oct. 
IS, with Horace McLaln and wife, at their 




banded. 

Caul Gobdon, of Gordon and Crane, has 
been III for the past two weeks. They will 
resume work Oct 80. 

Tua Millership Sisters are playing In 

stock, Rt the Howard, Boston, and are also , 

doing nicely with their singing and dancing Quarantine officers that one realizes that there 

specialty • Is) yellow fever In New Orleans. Our show 

Hates and Haybs, comedy musical ex- P' 8 ?™ to capacity business at Mobile for 

pcrts, who have been the feature aot with f tr l e performances, being the first attraction 

tederman's Specialty Co., this season, are "fffig rS^ViJS fQ*--* ., 

now with Story's Vaudeville Show. They „„T?! Two „ £ KS / c .P° rt "peklng a success, 

have added new features to their act. In- f£* ha J£j£? u °™ red tlme J" ? a S h housl! tllc / 

eluding a bass saxophone, which Mrs. Hayes k a ™„ pla ,Ji. d- The ' * re DOoked "°" a untl " 

Is featuring March, iuuu. 

Acker and Collins, In their musical and « The musical BEnapRs write that theylmve 

expert shooting act, report success. They In- BftSgg iJBSSWffi 8eason . wltn . tu ,°, Cnrl 

troducc a variety of musical Instruments, SRSff^SSTiJK^VJK ""taking a 

also trick rifle and pistol shooting. f„ 8 V " tnelr home ■"» St. Louis. They report 

The Stab Thbathb, Utlca, N. V, will open I ,?. , tb ?, .™ na /„! men . was very we " P lcosca 

Its regular season Nov. 6. The house las "%5ft? , ^. , % «,„ t. m 

been tbe scene of much activity lately, as , n ?,V ™J KJfH ? T '»«i i^i, La i„ Mont „ Sl8 ,'> el ? 

painters and decorators have been bus/get- AS? m< U and SB9h *"• wor *. "'one after Oct. 



ting everything In readiness. Joseph Ball, 
tbe manager of last season, has been re- 
tained 



J win nui. uiujji; 
oily, goes home on account 
of Illness. Tbe former Is well booked up. 

Williams and Mater are touring Mis- 
souri, Iowa and Kansas, with tho J. Y. Lewis 
Comedy Co., and report meeting with success 



John C. Knapp, for many years business 

h!, n » n K gHLffil u L K u ? Dry Minstrel Co., playing the principal roleVTnd'p'rod'ucTng 

ha ?_ b8eo . "Jiferlng with hemorrhages of the their elnglng specialty, In a chnractcr comedy 

. ou at bis act. Miss Mayer Is also receiving excellent 



cose, and lies In a serious condltli 

home In Osslulng, N. Y. During his Illness, 

C. L. Mix Is tilling Mr. Knapp's position. 

Notes from the Glbney & Wagner's Big 
Sensation. — We opened our season Oct. 10, 
at Newark. N. Y., to a packed house. Tho 
show 1» considered ono of tbe best of Its 
kind. Roster: Sam Wagner, manager; W. 
Glbney, in advance; W. Brooks, treasurer; 



ayer is also receiving excellent 
press notices for her baritone solos. 

Frank L. Perry, "The Dancing Musician," 
and Carl W, Presslv. Swede comedian, In- 
form us that they are making a hit with Ibe 
"Nels Nelson" Co., with their Alagnztun 
march and drill. They will Introduce the act 
In parks next Summer. 



SSI. S_nES"laZ. "'""*"• ■■ sua. hi IlpsAiRB and Dorbto have been successfully 
in* ?'?.-*> d n Bur f * lorent * 1 9 ra ?, e ^ l lm °re producing "The Captain and tbe Tar," In tbe 
and Crant, Blanch Drew, Dolly Walker, the vaudeville houses, since their return from 
hour Nelsons, and tbe Great Milton. The Europe, Ave weeks ago. 
show Is booked over the Relses circuit and 
through tbe New England States. Manager 
\VaRner was presented with a handsome 
diamond ring, aa a birthday gift, from hla 
parents. 
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juccessful weeks at San Francisco and In 
the South, and are In their fourth week on 
the Conaldine circuit Tbey Intend to re- 
turn East In the Spring. 

Alicb Hanson and Mollis Williams 

have signed with A. H. Woods' "Tracked 

Around the World" Co., for the rest of tbe 

_ . __ „__ . „ season, to do their specialty. 

The above cut Is a reproduction of the pos- Tub 'Cyclino Millaiid linos nmi «h«.i- 

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who Is being featured this season with the usual sucSess as a Vaudevlllk V n t ?a 2m* 



Adam Forepiugh ft Sells Bros/ ShowsT Hi GeaT'uffenbei*. a yaudevl,,e ' eatur » ""» 
has been re-engaged for next season. Mr. Jambs Rbtnolds, Chas. Wall Edna Far- 



a scene where the star and the king, who homes, Llnderauxau, at Columbus, 6. 

represented onlv a small Dart of the nlav „ UABai Bunnell, press agent, has closed at La Fleur will be in vaudeville this Winter, low and Bert Perry 'ara si 

«XnT!^i.r_Lli_^im-l-J. Greater Electric and Hllladale Pleasure Parks, commencing Nov. 20, at the Arcade, W at tbe Bungaloo, thalt 'I 

died on the stngo In the same scene. Newark, N. J., and will put In the Winter on ledo.O. Kla. uu * n,00 < lat " ■ 



On this occnalon the actor playing tbe 
k'ng bad beon Indulging In stimulating bever- 
ages to such an extent that bis performance 
that evening was very much mixed. In fact, 
lie spoiled two or three points for the others 
In the play— one especially, for the star. 

In tbe scone referred to, Instead of "dying" 
In tbat part of the etogo allotted to hie char- 
acter, he approached the centre, where fie 
star was to go through tbe same business ft 
few minutes later. Seeing hla rlgbta thus 
nbout to bo encroached upon, the star, In a 
stngo whisper, said; 

"Oct away from tbe centre — die further 
up-stngo I" 



a few weeks 
inter home, Tampa, 



1 staff of The New York Timet. 
R. Rbtnolds, of Muskegon, 



the ndvertlsin 

Manager V 

Mich writes 

Pork' Theatre basTeen v ti"e largTsUn^the'Els'. ^. Q 1 0V " B , A ^ D Bakbb wrlt< V " 0ur n 5, w MONTGOMERY AND STONE, 

tory of the park tho past season. I expect dBn * ln & a % LSLTTS. a &?' fl^S 2£ Whoae P"*nres appear on the front mn of 

to iav. a circuit 1 ,r toree week, next RS ^%$g?5^Jb%J& to°fo.Io^ E t^ll 3HH "StS S8& %\?l°« %? &%&F* 

We have been taktne encores on our senaa- .„„>■??.. rea . Bon t _ of .the'rodd and original J? Wayne County, Mich., 



"Business at Lake Michigan 
Els- 



Al. G. Bblford writes : "Having recovered 
from my recent accident (a fractured leg), I 
will resume work with my wife, Maile Del- 
ford, at the Howard. Boston, week of Nov. 0, 
our third return date there. We then work 
West to tbe coast." 

Notes noil ran High Flyers Co. — We 
are doing a record breaking business on tho 
Rela circuit, through Pennsylvania. 8ome of 
the memberse of the Windy City Co., who 
were left flat In Columbia, Pa., were taken 
case of by tbe manager and members of tbe 
High Flyers Co., and furnished with trans- 
portation to New York. All members are well 
and happy. 

Vihuinia Haydbn, female baritone sing- 
er, left tbe Jersey Lilies Burlesque Co., at 
Chicago, Sept 80, and will appear In vaude- 
ville, presenting her original operetta, "Don't 
Be Cross." This will be her last season In 
America for some time to come, as she sails 
for Europe In March. 

Sbabs, an Illusionist, Informs us tbat bis 
act Is different from all others, also that It 
Is the most lavishly staged act In America ot 
present. He appears In Europe In 1000. 

Texas Annib Osuoune, widow of Texas 



i~S iBI '" Flynn, the boy Blnger, dancer and tional llnlah at every show. 

Imitator, who toured Europe with Nelson'a 

Original Newsboya' Quintette, has Joined 

hands with Ross Wright, and will be seen 

next season In vaudeville In the East They 

are at present with Beach ft Bowers' Famous 

Minstrels, 



We have been taking encores on our sensa- creation. ■##_« aC 

tlnnnl lln'ah ot •»-* ahm* " S™"™ 8 ot the. Tin 



Mudqb and Morton sailed Oct 
Southampton, and leave there for 
South Africa, playing Sydney Hyman's tour, 
Johannesburg and C 
London for four 



21 for ° carec row, respectively, la "T 
a trln tl ?*• and °. w ? their rise in t 
»*„•.£,.» 4 ? y ear8 .9* industrious effort 



of vaudeville. 



- original 

Woodman and the 

The Wizard of 

the profession 

effort In the field 

*red Stone was born In Wei- 



writes that she Is 
at 1G8 Slate 



Fiiankih Golden 



bummers and wintbrs are at Denver, Widows standbys, fell on the stn.e tbo open- n. ._ "7ZLJL* DgB , ter ' fl e displayed prow 
Col., and will remain there until Oct. 20, ar- Ine day of the show this season and broke i s „ an . ac . roba t aa <l contortionist When 

Th.nl.. I !_..!_ KTf.K ...I.I, T-„.„_.. .,_. .- ..." *. 



in destitute circumstances 
Street. Detroit, Mlcb. 

Tub Mblvbuns, Robert and Morris, writs 
that they have not dissolved partnership, but 
are still working together. Tbey are a feat- 
ure with the SEyer ft Emery Monarch Min- 
strels, 
as a mere youngster, he displayed" prowess Cliff 1 W. Grant writes from Minneapolis: 

ne "The London Oolety Girls are still doing a 

small great business at every point on the Umpire 

mining circuit, and we bave turned people nway. 

— encountering Tn8 'how Is a big bit, and everyone Is well 

vicissitudes with various small "nd happy. We are on our way West, and 






for once In the full glare of tho spot light, 
pnld no attention to tho order of the star, 
but proceeded with tbe stage business of dis- 
solution called for In his scene. Seeing this, 
tho star, In louder whisper, exclaimed : 
"Get up-Btngc, you tool, where you belong 



Tho intoxicated actor, who now had posses- KXtCT-S" WWV&£\ l tf& &&M&&&&&2&SS2 »&*%$"& "»«" •J'SWS LKSS ."-things Moldcn" Vest 
Ion ot the centre, where he Intended to die follow. tog with «!od success everv nlaee we kS& l*±i h , th » Sells-Renfrew Circus, thS fargest ^Ports from that sectFon are qufto encourag- 
-' ' Bod Morris writes that he Is meeting with p°?yed. \Vebove booked uSma NcaS «ttS fSL?Hj*£3 'n Western territory at SS Ing. and burlesque Is now fully established 

smracftft-sr BDg " u " 1 IKK ^mSSiwSS&S ^ t &7oue ot g?o«h a e c j. w, 8 b uh^inti , y "•-» feJFJ»_slf ; is 



use songs written by themselves, and claim 
originality In their style of act. 
WooDrono and Marlboro, In their refined 



Sutton's 
the two 



Wm^Emerson/muslcaTdlrecorT^liry Ward ToSKS He also mS nJS'XHr v, 
pronertles; ii. B. Williams, press agent K ^SS^SL fSL9lB!^.M IW^BWBn 

mSSm and Mayer. W. F. 'Gone, and* Mr. repertors ^ comnnnv. At^Bt"' 



"I guess I'm king of this play," said the comedy playlet, entitled "A Timely Lesson," 
nctor who had beon mado obstlnnto by drlnc, 
his reply being loud enough to bo heard by 
those In tho front rows, "I'm king, and I'm 
going to die Just where I darn please 1" 

And be kept the centre of the stage, greatly 
to the nnnoyanco of tho star, who had to do 
his "dicing" away from his accustomed spot. 
| 

Stories about tho Hon. "Jack" Cantweil, 
of Boston, who Is well known to tbe the- 
ntrlcal profession, nre always Interesting to 
those whom bo used to writo of when dra- 
matic editor of ono of tho Boston dallies. 
Hero's one, relative to the dnys of that time. 

After graduating from the university, 
"Jack" was sent South to take charge of 
(he construction of a road being made from 



nnd Mrs. J. Y. Lewis. 
good with this show. 



Everyone Is making 
Mr. Lewis, In hla 



repertory 
Joined foi 



with a small 
Joe, Mo., be 



trolt and St. Paul. We will not piny New 
York until March. I have made no changes 
In the show since opening," 

Jack Sutttbb, of Sutter and Fremont, 
writes that owing to the Illness of Miss 




forces with David Craig Montgoinerv Fremont, he has heen compelled to cancel 

Ilia thnn ilnliii, > -. n-t_.nl.-. » . J . * a tl inAnl> kn.li*il n — A -—,111 nAalr alanA nlfl V* 



all work booked, and will work alone, play- 
'ng clubs and entertainments around New 
York until her recovery. 

Potter and Harris have closed tbelr sec- 
ond successful season with the Uollmnr 
Bros.' Shows, and have good work booked 



Walter W ffilS.,! of nd Morr!s' , a 8 n d g0 D a d .V ,. ffiBJSS U«3 ^former"" SPtS °t me f^m^t^JFS^lSSa* 
>S wortiDg J, wIth R Maurlce T^S\S&'t& l£Z&31&^&£. »?"?«.« a. sketch April 9, 1000, to do their ring act. ,_. _ |r _ 



A Mack is baritone singer and composer, working : with Maurice J Burns ; under 'thS SSP l SBP*£f\J^S. u . n ted as a "ketch * 

and plays his role In a falented manner. team name of Burns and Morris' Thlv nr. i. a „?-. W i' th P°i !S!*S "'nstrels, that or- 

I. ft. Harris, of Harris and Merlo, novelty thl i season with the ^Parisian Belief Co f5SSl za iM -. J5 c , lu ^ ed > 8 D U u Ch "right 'lights aa J 

sketch team, waa a recent Clippbu caller, ploying the Emnlre drcult ' SBPafiiS Hi B 5 r ^ Shepnrd. Montgomery J 



Girl." .The team 1. pia/to picffitoSS a.f the' Ume^At °the S^WS^S^^^»» 



sxetcn team, wob a recent Clippbh caller, playing tho Empire circuit 

"The Yankee Doodle Q_. 
booked up until February, 1000. 

Beach and Beach, presenting "The „ 
and tho Midget," have opened on the Trans- 

Sprite! IsTaX' a b'Kh. $&'*'! ' 

ukrtina and Brockway rci 
Pittsburg, Pa., at tbe Grand 
They have Keith's Theatre, Cleveland 



Thb 'Great Marinellas are plnylnc sto 
teen weeks on the Stcrnad ft Brown circuit, 

red. 



billy tua and Bert Shepard. Montgomerv in the middle West, their act being featured, 
nnd Stone or glnatcd a singing and cfanclug They are booked up to March 20, l!>00. 



Nat Gill writes : "Am In the thirteenth suc- 
cessful week with the Myrkle-IIarder si'"-'* 



May's company, in "The GirT "from Up" There," 
report success In famous martsmen). fwUlUurn shortly to ™Xr%™\°» i or ? 8 , T ^ at re, LondSn. This wSji Jlpm 
W&SaLl&Z- New York?. wh"?^ win play aTtheTeaSln? Kmerv'^^^S-ffiaSM*}!* S5Sf act ' ' 



Harry Wbavbr, of 'weaver and Jones, has 

"face kt'iJlt- 

featured wrth Gus Sun's Min- 




some oversight he had not money enough n 
his pocket for his fare, ho decided to use n 
jmsB belonging to a friend of his, tho editor 
of one of tho Mobile pnpers. 

The pnss, however, was not transferable, 
nnd a penalty was attached to (he using of 
It by nnyoue but the party to whom It was 



m, "«">'"" ■»»- w«n me oia nonz uircus, in uernn, when her man In "Thp wi»rf«fri.» 
The natives ccr- father did the principal leaping over twelve ' Wizard of Ox. 

icing very much, soldiers, who rfreil n Tnll-r no h. AtA hi. ■ • • 



cess of the entire bill. 

i a . M J. a ,S?™ cl ?^ d .„ 0U > r . danc,n « ver y, much, soldiers, who flred a "volley aa he'did'hla 

HJPJN& /? rced „,{° d0 e nc° r « dancing, double somersault over them. 

s n »ni.h .... ii;„» TI ' teW i £32 can . ""."V 1 TlIB Zancios celebrated tbe seventeenth 

(SSrSL'JR? th «£ m 8n . xlll , blt '°n . •* triple anniversary of their wedding on Hallowe'en, 

tho Island ?J& .ii V0 JlE!. ^ Cd ' hr , ou 8 hou t «t their home In this cltv. There were about. 

rn M«i a ?nf^VLf,n W „e^ a i tc ^ hl ^ we P 5 fort ? P ucst8 P«scnt, and the affair lasted 

fn.K, . SS R ta « a ?, 1 " Ix njontbs. We wore until the wee smn' hours of the morning, 

lucky enough Iu_ Ondtng a. N«w York Clip- This is thb tenth wbbk of VIctorelll's 



Issued. The young man was In a quandary. ? " get that, P as no Amerlca^hereha^any^' 1 p n n n 1 , n §. P,C,UrCS ' Bt " Wc TheatrC ' CIeVe 



gomery and Stone endeared themselves to the strels. 

Waltbb C Jones writes us that ho h»» 
separated from the team of Weaver ana 
s, and that he is again working nlone, 
S booked BOlId until May, 1000, lu the 
principal vaudeville bouses In the West. 
Lamount and Padlettb report much s u 1; 
' i their new act, "The Escaped Ltmstir, 
-,ih the mlddlo West. At tbe Lll/, » 
Davenport, Ia„ they write, "we closc.i me 
show and mado tbe hit of the bill. Jl>" ;lrI 
Is booked solid until next April." o _ 

Will H. Rbno, of Reno and M"rray, 
writes that they are meeting with mtcea on 
the Bijou circuit, through Michigan. Mr- 
Reno's clever contortion nnd high Junii'ingj 
and Miss Murray's artistic dancing ninl. • llK 
act a hit. , .... 

Cajtehi and Grant Inform us thst -.nfi 
are busy playing clubs In Philadelphia. 



Answering your Inqalryi Yes, the 
best way to go to Buffalo and Niagara 
Foils Is by the New York Central. 
WhyT llecause over Ita mix tracks 
there nre 20 trains a. day) 2-ccnt 
nillcnsc tickets nre good. 



(Hi mpressiom from "Her Great Match 
at the Criterion Theatre . 



by IP. BSetosufda 




tern* fees "TO MOT ©H WE B0K " U Ww mhw jMbg" 





A Trio of Feminine Foolli^ht FfcVorUea 




Kitty Gordon in" 9«on WtDrokawkj.; ^^ rtftB^ 

Humorous Snw**> of VtoCST^ud«vm« AHMcttms . 




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World of Players, 

IIaiiry W. Bisnor, of San Francisco, has 
recently taken the management of tbe Cen- 
tral Theatre of that city. Mr. Blsbop con- 
trols tbe Ma,1f etlc Theatre, In San Frauclaco, 
and Ye Liberty Playhouse, In Oakland, 
two beautiful houses. Ye Liberty baa a re- 
volving stage, which Is Mr. Bishop's In- 
vention. The Central passes into tbe new 
management Nov. 27. It will be closed un- 
til tbe holidays, and thoroughly renovated. 
With new decorations and furnishings, It 
will open as a melodramatic house. No 
change will be made In its policy for the 
present. With these three stock bouses Mr, 
Bishop Is In a position to secure the best 
dramatic material In the market. 

New iiosteu or "Saul or Tarsus" Co. : 
Henry Thorn Bun, Dale Devereaux, Stanley 
Walls, Bert Bawllnaon, Dill McQaughy, Ed- 
ward Sparks, Lewis Laufer, Wins. Slevert, 
George Beard, I'red Hatpin, Terrance Hess, 
Stanley Hens, Frank K. Fields, May Woods, 
Anna Seelen, Adelaide Randall, H. H. Moore, 
advance agent 

Notes from tub Habbis-Paskinson Stock 
Co. — We opened our season Aug. 7, and have 
been playing to the largest business In the 
history of tbe company. At Lexington, Hunt- 
ington, Frankfort, Charleston, Ironton, Ports- 
mouth and l'arkersburg we broke the house 
records, and tbe company Is dally receiving 
flattering notices. Mr. Harris Is carrying the 
strongest acting company he has ever had, 
and from tbe bookings ahead nothing but a 
continuation of this season's excellent busi- 
ness Is In sight. Following Is the complete 
roster, no change having been made so far : 
Robt. II. Harris, Harry Feltus, James Letller, 
Frederick Moroa, Warren Burrows, Verne 
Phelps, Harry Mondereau, C. Rea Berger, 
Paul HUlla, Roy Cullenblne, Tbeo. Currle, 
Arthur Fnyno, David McGowen, Franklin Hal- 
lensivortli, Leona Leslie, Dora Phelps, Francis 
Fields, Louise Strothmore and Belle Tyson. 

Manaoeu K. J. Ravknchopt, of "The Den- 
ver Express" Co., writes that his attraction 1b 
playing to good business and giving general 
satisfaction. 

Clarence D. Newiian Is with tbe "Qulncy 
Adams Sawyer" Co. (Eastern), Frank XI. 
Morgan, manager, playing Abner Stiles, 

IiOSTHR or the "To DlB at Dawn" Co. : 
Eugene Spofford, manager; Lou HUdcbrand, 
advance representative ; Lawrence Coghlan, 
Howard Stlllaian, Leo Nadel, Harry E. liowe, 
J. C. Kline, O. D. Carlyle, Dora Mitchell, 
Josephine Bushncll and Blanch Hazel ton. 

"Tim Rkiiit or Way." by Gilbert Parker, 
will be dramatized by Eugene Presbrey and 
under the LIcbler management, Kyrle Bellew 
will star In It next season, 

Lynda Eaiilb has signed with Gordon ts 
Bennett for the lead la "A Slave of the Mill," 
and reports meeting with success. 

Hosteii or tub Nelson & Holman Comedy 
Co. : Jobn T. Condon A Harry C. Nelson, pro- 
prietors : John T. Condon, manager ; Harry 
C. Nelson, director of plays; Al. Lee, stage 
manager; Martin Drew, props; Wm. Jeffer- 
son, electrician; Chas. Allen, master of trans- 
portation ; Wlllard Price, Max Dandy Cook, 
Clem Desklns, Al. Lee, Fred Brlakmeyer, 
Orgnrlta Hatfield, Agnes French, Bertha Bell, 
Alice Fisher and Baby Victoria. 

Notes pbom tiib Messenger Theatre, 
Coiuir, Pa, — The season thus far has been a 
— ry prosperous one, nnd under the manage- 
ment of c. T. Trimble, this bouse will prove a 
winner. The Cradoc- Neville Co. recently played 
on engagement, and gave great satisfaction 
to excellent business "A Pair of Country 
Kids," "Girl from Chill," "Princess Chic" and 
the Garslde Stock Co. are among tbe book- 
ings for November, nnd all should do well, 
Trimble's Imperial Orchestra has been en- 
gaged to supply musle this season. 



IUnRY E. McKee, of McKee and Ruther- 
ford, writes : "We will close onr engage- 
ment at the Burwood Theatre, In Omaha, 
net. 28, with Miss Uutberford as Nell, and 
myself as Bob Appleton, In 'The Lost Para- 
dise.' Last week t scored a hit as Theo. 
licnder, la 'All tbe Comforts of Home.' After 
several months of stock work In Omaha, we 
will leave Sunday, for Chicago. The stock 
work has been too hard for Miss Rutherford, 
nnd we will put our new act (with little 
Baby Jack) In vaudeville. We have received 
a good offer to star In 'Who's Baby Are 
Your Before The Old Reliable reached 
us we had good results from our 'ad,' and we 
received upwards of sixty answers, all told. 
Nothing like The Clipper when you want 
work." 

Notes from Bennett's Bio Dramatic and 
Specialty Co. — This company opened tbe 
season at Mllnca, Minn., Sept. 22, with tbe 
following people: Billy Bennett, manager; 
Hazel Bennett, treasurer : J. W. Sights, stage 
director: Norman Hanley, leader of band; 
Ralph Marlon Osborn, leader of orcbestra ; 
Archie SIcColl, stage manager; Geo. B. Mor- 
gan, properties; John N. Morgan, chef; An- 
gelo F. Admlralll, O. E. Akres, C. E. Andeurs, 
Bob Fair, Norman Hanley, J. T. McGovern, 
Ernest Tabor, Jobn Stromwell, Pauline Sights 
and Minnie Thome. We travel In our two 
hotel and baggage cars, and are routed 
through Northwest Canada for the greater 
port of the season. 

Wilfrid II. Gbiffin bas joined "The Gay 
Matinee Girl" Co., as advance agent. 

Frederick II. Wilson, business manager 
of Virginia Drew Trescott, In "Cousin Kate," 
reports a season, so far, of unqualified suc- 
cess. Tbe production Is a beautiful one, tbe 
company thoroughly adequate, the star en- 
thusiastic, and the public responsive. 

Roster of tbe "A Gentleman Burglar" Co. 
— E. A. Harrington, manager; Edmond Bar- 
rett, Rex Leslie Klngdon, Thomas Jefferson 
Hardy, Joe II. Lee, Tom Conrad, Charles 
Tbarllng, George Goodwin, Louis Raymond, 
Claude Morris, Baby Gladys, Ethel Jordan, 
Lottie Glenmore, Beatrice Harrington and Lil- 
lian Montrose. 

Rosteb or Kennedy's Players : T. H. 
Delevan, manager; A. Fen Lewis, treasurer; 
J. F. Bannister, stage manager ; J. K. Corbet, 
electrician ; Geo. Hayes, property master ; 
Mrs. Emma Macban, musical director ; John 
J. Kennedy, R. C. Stout, Jos. N. Machan, 
Andrew MacKnlght, Nellie Kennedy, Leonore 
Hassan, Wlnntfred Greenwood, Little Dot 
Kennedy and Baby Rossle Macban. Our plays : 
"Octoroon," "The Midnight Express^' "A 
Dash for Liberty," "Two Jolly Tramps," 
"Another Man'B Wife," "Rip Van Winkle," 
"Tbe James Boys," "Lost and Won," "Faust," 
"Sapho" and "The Boy from the Bowery." 
Business good and everybody feeling fine. 

Billib Merriam, aerial gymnast, has 
closed a tblrty-seven weeks' engagement with 
the Bauscher Carnival Co., and has joined 
the "Terry, the Outcast," Co., to do the part 
of Collie and his aerial specialty. 

Edwin F. Miner has severed his connec- 
tion with the "FInnlgan's Ball" Co., with 
which he was doing Flnnlgan. He has Joined 
Dick Huffman's "At Sunrise" Co., playing 
tbe part of James Van Camp, the heavy. 
Juliette Nlner Is with the same company, 
playing Alice Arden, tbe Juvenile lead. 

Habry Dull, manager of the Four Hunt- 
ings, has signed Lucia Leslie and Eva Kerns 
to play parts and do their specialty In "The 
Fool House." Lew Hunting Is making a pro- 
nounced success. Tony and John Hunting 
are doing creditable work, and Molly Hunt- 
ing's dancing Is one of the big hits of the 
show. 

Notes prom the "Hans Hamsen" Co. — 
Martin Bowers Is la his twelfth week playing 
tbe tramp and managing the stage. Business 
Is good, and the show is a hit Everybody 
Is enjoying good health. We are booked to 
tbe coast, and look forward to a prosperous 
season. John P. Elsen Is leader of tbe band 
and orchestra. Tbe band Is a hit In every 
town, and the muBlc Is appreciated. They 
are playing new numbers every day. 

Louise Lb Blanc Is In her eighth week 
with the Van Dyke Stock Co., and reports 
meeting with success, playing soubrette roles 
and doing her specialty. 

Recent additions to "The Slaves of the 
Mine" Co. are Lottie Zenobla and Louis 
Mount Joy. 

Recent cnANo.ES in the Eastern "Romance 
of Coon Hollow" Co. are Charlotte Jullen, for 
the leading ingenue; Marguerite Blake, for 
leading heavy ; J. H. Ferris, for heavy, and 
Louis Hlllyer, for leads. Miss Jullen is only 
fifteen years of age. Miss Blake has hereto- 
fore played the leading Juvenile role In the 
same company. 

Harry Beresford, under the management 
or J-J. Coleman, opened bis season Oct. 21, 
at Newport News, Va., In "The Woman 
Hater, 'supported by: Helen Travis, Julia 
Batchcder, Margaret L. Lee, Walter B. 
Woodall, Wilson Deal. Thomas V. Emory, 
Charles Kennedy. Harry F. Crelghton 
Oliver Ptigh. Chnrlea Yarbore, Edward nan^ 
Ion, with Philip Robson, business manager, 
and Peter Rice, In advance. """ger, 

R t ley and La wkb n cb write : "We have 
been with the Ehlers Stock Co. since May 13 
playing the responsible comedy parts. Our 
specialty act Is a big hit The company Is 

"h2^. EMt i fln £ wl " land ln New York 

Cbrlstmas week, when we will eat our turkev 

at our own borne." * 

Tom Bateman Is In his ninth week with 

he Harvey & Gage Co.. and Is still at he 
front, In hlB specialty and also playing parts 

"<5w?i ?KS^S ! n S ls sXxih week with the 
Shooting the Chutes" Co., playing German 

s5cce?s r ' nD<i repor ' 8 meetln * with 

Sam Rohinson wishes to announce that he 

has been engaged by W. F. Smith, proprietor 

IL T ron A ea Co " V l ct ° 9 business mana- 
g f r . for AV the /est of this season. He also 

Sr,.E J"?. A !!" e n rt La VeIle haa etoSa the 
■m! "8? Llv<!8 £°" on account of not being 
able to secure the proper bookings, as 33 
show was too expensive for one night stands 
John H. Murray, formerly of the "sko 

JvS^Ste h / B 8 i gned with the Cook-Hall 
Comedy Co., for advance. 

Tiie Clark & Converse Co., a new nlnv- 
p m ducln 5 flrm - naa recently been formed and 
will produce "The Gingerbread Man '• bv 
Frederic Ranken and A. fialdwln Sloane. 7 

■s^SST al V« ^Parson? 

Edmond Barrett, who Is playing the title 
role with the "A Gentleman Burglar* Co 
writes that the attraction Is doing a big busU 
ness. The company has been greafly strentrth 
ened since leaving Chicago, six weeks fro 
The roster Includes : Ed. Harrington? mbsSC 
tor and manager; Edward Barrett bUm d?I 
A C rL : , Thcmn8 J ' ? ard * »tage managed; C 
M„^ a « lng '>. proP T er,y J nan '' R « k- KKgdon 
Harry Hamlin, Joe H. Lee, Tbos. Egerton 
A. C. Howard. Beatrice Harrlngton7 8 Lott?e 
Glenmore Baby Millie, Nana B. Howard and 
Marie Haines. Manager Harrington T wHI have 
two companies on the road after the holidays 
rtJli™'.?™ 00 will make an elaborate pr£ 
Auction of Edmond Barrett's new play "A 
Tennessee Home." v J ' A 

David Bispham will probably star next 
f,r n .??XV T1,e V,cn ^ of Wakefield "th?fi: 
t i« t0 r h £ ^wenoe Hounemnn, nnd music by 

of*Go^mTh D 's sSry. Bt0r7 f0 " 0W9 the llne » 

me^'wa^fs^rM^honaVre 8 ^^ o°n" £ 
count of Illness, and Is laying off at hfs 
home In Bellefontalne, O. ' 3 

.i~ LEOt ',.J , S, R!:YNOU>s writes: "On Nov. 4 I 
Mm* ».Vi, °. rdo ,. n ,* "exit's 'A Sla?e of the 
Mill, with which I was engaged to create the 
heavy lead, rejoining, on Nop ™0 Rowland 4 
Clifford's ,'Dora Thorns' Co. (Eastern) to 
play the lead, Lord Donald Earl which I 
created last season." * n * 



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hair do you have? The^ 1 

:h, heavy, young kind? Ther 

you are happy. Or the thin 

scragglyp old kind? Then use 

Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hai; 

[Renewer, and you will be 

[happy. The hair grows more 

rapidly, stops coming out, and 

all' the natural, deep, rich 

color returns to gray hair. 

, For the wltltkera Anil mnuttuche wo malcn I 
a Dye known at BUCKINGHAM'S DTK. It 
colors Instantly s rich brown or a toft black 
B. P. HALL A CO., Nashua, N. H. 




ON 
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Bi&rttmtk 



For Christmas Presents. 

F Tbo tferrjr X'mtu time draws netr, ami wltti It 
f comes thmuhtinnd plans for biintf'nK bappuieM) 
I touur dear ones by a loving remembrance. 

I The Loftis System at X'mas Time 'g?«t 

loonveiilcnco to |lioiit*anOa. HenablcttpcrsoiiHln 
jVpmMUHM 10 uiake beautiful and appropi]- 
I ate Cbrbjtmau I'reaeutu with a uinal! ca»b outlay 
I WhjRlvea cheap, ordinary Present, when with 
Ave or ten Dollars for a it ret jiayraent yon can 
j (five a beautiful Diamond or Watch. Think of 
I this carefully and write today for our l.|« 
IX'mii Cat uIob and let us explain Jn detail tho 
I Lottla System. H 

[Our Big Christmas Catalog ftJhTffiSfiK.! 

[ tratlons of btautiful Jewelry suKgi-stlon^ for 
I Carhtimas Preaenta. taken from our enormous 
I Chrltumus stock. Hr nd for a cupy today. 

Belect < he article you dealr** and we will send It 
I to you subject to ezamlnatloutand approval. You 
I are prerfectly fee to purchase or nut , we take all 
I risks, and pay all express charges. If npoa care- 
\ fal examination It meete with your approval, re- 
tain the article paying one fifth the purchaoo 
j price on delivery, balance in eight equal monthly 
I payments, gend today for our Hpeclul t h rim". 
I nasCiitalos;. 

Do Your Christinas Shopping Now] 

I conveniently and leisurely In the privacy of your 
own home. Don't wait until the Christmas rush 
Is 01. New Is tho time to make first and choice 
•elections. Write Today for OsUlcc- 

Igm. wm mm a «■% pfamond cut | 
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CHICAGO, ILL., U, S. A. , 




1 Ida, 

CLUB 

COCKTAILS 

are the only kind you can 
depend on. They're ex- 
quisitely flavored, smooth, 
subtle, and aged to please 
the most critical taste. 

Seven kinds — Manhattan, 
Martini, Vermouth, Whiskey, 
Holland Gin, Tom Gin, York. 

0. F. UEUBLEIN & BRO., TK ^ n 

HARTFORD NEW YORK LONDON 





MEILHENNY'5 



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O You Vont;. jtjre\iof the breakfast 
egg if you dress It WjJhMcIlhenny': 



Masco Sauce, 
ity. Promotes 
digestion and'make»Spups. Salads, 



— the original-. 
In use half a\cen 



Roastsfetc, 
j 

Fr, 




elebouth.lt price. All m.ki-s, m»nr gpod M ni - 
Weretra«lodlnfor"aOLTON"In«tTumcnt«,srtilcliii 

sx\ til other,, it you sstnt tho best, buy a "g™?™, 
-If you will htTe smother mtke, we h»TO It for rot 
ahetp. EterytbJnB for btndt. Our ctulog auid on 
SUa list free on request. ...... „ „ 

WIAWK HQLTOH 4 CO.. WIWI Bld«.. CHIQOa 




VAN FLEET 
— AIHTE 

4T WEST 28th STREET, NBW YOKK. 



PVAN FLEET fj^ 



NOVEMBER* 11." 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



965 



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JUST A LITTLE ROCKING CHAIR AND YOU 



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By FITZGIBBON-MORSE and DRISLANE. 



K J±-V I L, J±N ID 




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Dl Iflll Br'dway and 30th St. 
DIJUU Evgs, 8:15. Mat. 2. 

DAVID BEL A SCO lTeseilts, 2d Year In X. V., 

WAR FIELD! MUSIC" MASTER. 

HCIlCOn THEATRE, Eve. ». Sat. Mat. 1 
DlLAuuU Uavld Belaaco imifnli Jlr», 
*"• LKSI-ti: CARTER, 

I ,ast is nights. I-Hst - Mail nut». 7.AZA. SPECIAL, 
Tuesday, Nov. II, 1>AVIU BELASCO Mill Present 

BLANCHE HATES 
[or lite lirel time in New York. In THE OIK1, OF 
THE GOLDEN WEST, a play of <*«, by DAVID 
UK LAjOO. Sea t Sale Opens a A. M. Tlitiratlwy. 

PASTOR'S 

CHARLES BRUNO & MABEL RUSSELL, 
ZISKA, KIN6 & CO., 

LEW HAWKINS, IRENE FRANKLIN, 

UK EI.MAR BROS., C.VUUO WNIE SISTERS, 
K MITELS' DOGS, SUHROEDER A DEANE, 

JOHN A CARRIE MACK, 

BERT1NA ft B110CK.WAY, 
CUNNINGHAM 4 SMITH. RUCK, Illustrator, 

■ Tito Vltagruph— and as extra attraction, 

DOLPH & SUSIE LEVINO. 

Of High Class) Vaudeville Theatres, 

U. MEYERFELD JR., PRES. ; 

MARTIN BECK, GENERAL MANAGER. 
All Aypllcnl Ioqh fur Time Must be Addressed 
to C. i;. BRAY, Hooking Manager, 
B04 A able nil Block. Chicago, 111. 

Huber's 'si" Museum 

WANTED, at all time* LIV1NU PRODIGIES, 
Trained and rare anliuula, nuveltleB of every de- 
scription for Curio Halls and Theatre. Add rein 
J. H. ANDERSON, Manager, an above. 



THE 

DEWEY 

E. lit Ti St. 



MATINEE EVERY DAY. 

Crackerjack Barlesquers 

Unrlesiiuo and Vaedevll'c. 



THE 



E. l'JSth St. 



MATINEE EVERY DAY'. 

European Sensation Co. 

Burlesque and Vaudeville. 



GEO. AND MAY WOODWARD 

ORUIIXAL SLNCLRNED RUBES. 

CEO. W. EVERS 



Add., 



^POUK-cnoPS- 

Careof CLIPPER. 



ORVILLE and FRANK 

Arc now living at .11:1 W. 2181 Street, Una city, 
im d so la MS; OHVILI.E. 

BERTRAM MILLAR, 

4 7 W. Ii8th ST., NE W YOKE. 

CHRISTOPHER 

"THAT POPULAR MAGICIAN." 

I'cr. address, 178 ONTARIO ST., Chicago. 

INTER NATIONAL 

ARTISTES MIDGE. 

MEETINGS HELD EACH THURSDAY EVE- 
KINO AFTER PERFORMANCES 

'At TERBAOE OABDEK, lew York, 

Bsth St., near Third Ave. 
ALL PERFORMERS INVITED. 



A SOCIABLE GUY, 

Featuring his original Jew Buck Dance. 

, .602 ASHLAND BLOCK. Chicago, 111. 

no wm. 

THE WORLD'S FAMOUS HAND BALANCER, 

Touring with Orrtn Bros.' Circus, 

. IWIKXIC O. 

Booked Solid Until 

LH HDIlf Hiitm 

Week of Nov. 8. 
FLO-MS THCATKE, MADISON. Wig. 

The Musical Brennans 

Permanent address, H. Y. 0L1PPEB. 



8TII MEEK WITH "MISS X. Y. JR." CO. 
Wee k Xo v.u, NASSAU THEATRE, ttrookly r. 

FOOLISH ABOUT JUGGLING 

HY.CREE1MWAY. 

I AN bTILL WITH IT. 

Horry Faldman, 

Slpaina and Dancing Comnnlan, 

T . MYRKLE-HAHDtlR CO. (Eastern). 



Mile. Sousa 

Special Vautlsrllle Kmtar«. 

MYHKLK-IIARUF.R CO. ,Knateriii._ 

Harry Sloan 

'• CHARACTERS. 



Bates ©.Ernest 

GERMAN COMEDIANS. 

Homo Addres s. 211 gen ual Aw, Peoria, III. 

POWERS & THEOBALD, 

The HUMAN DOLL and HER BEAUX. 



Rooked solid nntll April. Adilrcas an per route. 




Nov. 6 to II, Scranton, Pa. 

ffi.fi M 

Confidence Car Be Placed In Renowned Good. 

Since GOOD QUALITY Gained Their 

R.putatlon. 





For the psst fifty yeara have been universally 
recognized as being the BEST MADE, and are 

f deferred by profeslonals everywhere, which 
s proven bv the numerous uoaollclted endorse- 
ments received from all parts of the world. 

THE DHG1I0L1 

Is a splendid novelty to be used In vaudeville. 
It consists of a solo mouth organ, nearly 
cbromatlcal, attached to two lets of reeds, 
controlled by a double row of vnlvea, which 
render chords and baas notes, both minor and 
major. Has Ike some effect as a concertina. 
Instruction book goes with each Instrument. 



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MIRglJ MMEl' EB CO. flUekttl). 



Are made of the best materials which .kill 
and years of experience can obtain, thorough- 
ly seasoned wood, to stand any climate, the 
finest reeds, clear and resonant as a bell. "Just 
as good as the Hoboer Harmonicas," la the 
best proof of their superior quality. 

The "Bohner" Instruments ore endorsed by 
Wm. II. Burke, the original harmonica wonder, 
who was the drat to Introduce this Instrument 
and Its possibilities upon the ttago. During his 
professional career of the past 20yeara he has 
continually used the "Bonner" Harmonicas. 

FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DEALERS. 

M. HOHNER, 354 Broadway, N. Y. 



PRIME PHI 



FOR 



MOVING PICTURES 
and VAUDEVILLE. 

WRITE VOlt SAMPLES AND PRICES. 

The DONALDSON LITHO. CO., 



VKWPORT. KV. 



FILMS! FILMS! 



And Moving Picture Machine*, all 
mak.ee, bought and lor sale. 
PHILADELPHIA FILM EXCHAHQE, 
1808 North 15th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa., D. 8. A. 



GOWNS^Sr 

SLIGHTLY USED. Alan STREET GOWNS. We 
have, ou hand a large assortment, of slightly vrora 
Evening (Intvns, Dinner, Reception and Tea Gowns. 
These robes are perfect In every respect, and are 
especially suitable for wear In HIGH CLASH DRA- 
MATIC PRODUCTIONS. We have a lull line of 
Seal Skin Coals and Ptira or all kinds. 
MRS. IL STARR, 307 South State 81., CHICAGO. 



SCENERY 

TlieTim.\smiC(;OMI'AXV.Tiilin.ll. 



MEDICINE SPEELER 

CAR OBTAIN A PEBMANERT POBITIOR. 

Must be u uiiiu of .00 Hat. or over, t;ood 
drvsaer. ituoolli talker, gcutleuauly appear- 
ance and unlit !u his manner. A mau that 
knows a live une when be ices bltu. Address 
X V. f. , car. of Western Bureau of CLIP- 
rLH. Btrj .Uhlaud Block, Chicago. 



WANTE 

Vaudeville 



IN ALL LINES. Also Sketch Teams, log. and 
Alice, write, s.oooft. Feature Films for sale. Add. 
KreetuBii Bros.' Dig Vaudeville Show, Nellgh, Neb. 



Coaching, rehearsing, public, appearance secured 
for YaudeTllle; also musical farce comcdle:.i>pera, 

class, etc. Appiyrop.Ei;iiXR,i?;iSt«ilTjj^*.Y, 



ALWAYS PROGRESSING. 



WIDE AWAKE. 



FILMS FOR RENT. 

Vaudeville Theatre Mgrs. Everywhere, 

YOUR MONEY BACK if we cannot give you a better weekly service 
than you are now receiving. We receive all the Latest American and 
European F eatures first. Try us do It To-day. 

20tH CENTURY OPTISCOPE GO. 

FAILING. 



2 W. 14th 81 
NEW YOBK. 



WE AHE A NEW 

FIHM. WATCH 

US GROW. 



'One of the Greatest Selling Books 
This Country Ever Saw was 

WELLS' EVERY MAN 
HIS OWN LAWYER' 

We Owned and Published that Beek. 

Mr. Well. -died jcur* ago; shortly attar, we 
stopped puirttdiliig the book because the plates 
were worn In priming, and much of the contents 
had become obsolete. 

We Sold Hundreds of Thousands 
of Copies of that Booh, 

THE NEW GENERATION WANTS 
THE NEW ROOK, 

And ut great expense we have prepared 

"EVERYBODY'S 

LAW book; 

By J. ALEXANDER KOONES, LL. B„ 

oue of the most learned iiieiuburs of the 
New York Bar. 

Everyone who had "Every Mau lila Own Law- 
yer" will want thin new and enlarged work. It 1." 
up-lo-dato, containing over boo pages or Informa- 
tion valnableto every niuu or woman in the United 
Stales. Itlellsyou what yuur legal rights are and 
how to maintain them. What to do and what not 
to do. ''Ignoraucc of the law excuses no one," la 
a well established ma.Mni. and thousands of dol- 
lars arc squandered yearly by people who nugot 
to know better, and svonld it t hey were belter in- 
structed. This too pagu book contains valuable 
knowledge for business men as well as profes- 
sional men. It Is useful to the married and single 
woman, us well at lo the salaried man and dally 
toiler. Hi tabic of contents, which we mall free 
upou application, will astonish you by Its to- 
piotianeas. This book Itself embrace* cvplimu- 
tiuiiB 111 a plain, readily understood manner, its 
well as correct business rorms und general Infor- 
mation useful in every part of the Lulled Stales 
and Canada. 

The New Edition will bo reudy December 1, and 
will be sold by subscription ouly. Not to be sup- 
plied by bookstores. Price, lu library binding, 
fl.M, lu full sheep (law style), $3 uu. Sample 
copies mailed ou receipt of price. Address 

HITCHCOCK PUBLI8HIHG 00IPAIT, 
Beaj. W. Bitchcoclt, President, 

47 Eighth Aveune, Row York. 

A6ENTS WANTED. EXCLUSIVE TERRITORY. 

I'. S— Mr. Hitchcock Is uuo or the oblcat and 
ntoatcitoiielveiy kuuwn Publishers in the I'nlted 
States. 




I 




Character Comedian, any Dialect, Spicialties 




M, 




Juveniles, Heavies, Characters. 

First cIusk attractions onlj. .lo.-,t clored with 
Mr. George Samuels' Attraction.-. 

GKR. DHL., Kl I'nso, T. t. 



WANTED QUICK, 

Al S. and D. IUHK1»IA\. I IIAlHtTKH 
WOMAN, PIAN IOH JUVENILES, MAt 
Full tiKS. UUS„ LADY I'lANU PLSYEH. 
Others, virile. Slate lowest: give lull deserlptlou. 
WM. PALMER, NewARiaoy, lOd. 



PUHO PLATEB AND PEBF0BBEB8 

01 All Kinds (or Vaudeville Show. 
CMnge often. Must be Al. (live lowest; pay your 
owa board. VA.UDKVII.K SHOW. 

Msn-ellos, New York. 

WILL bmt, it Libvriy. 

XSiKtn uu .nuu-. iins r cxaks. 

A'lUi.-.i t-ettze Sqiire. itslitont^'t, 



RJB>OOIill> 

BROKB.% AT 

MERIDIAN, MISS. 

(Uriind Opera House) 
"Tin- .Man Oulalile," 

Monday Night isei.it) 

•'In the 8Br|.eii('a Fswrr," 

Tuesday Night j'Zls uu 

"Tin' Wii j «>r tin- World." 

Mcduesilay Matinee ftii.'J.i 

"The DtyHtoriinis Mr. It.iUloa," 

Wed re -day Night j^sfi.to 

'Hainan Spider.," 

Thursday Night tralu, )'J0f>.u6 

"Parilsal," 

Friday Night UlO-to 

"The Power of lint r," 

Saturday Matlner iin.co 

"A flentli in ii n Burglar," 
Samrday Night $*J6T.?S 

GROSS *l,lj!I.U5 

wih'orii::: 



THE 




Must lliiudsiunely L'uhiiiiuciI. Clm crest and M«hi Tlmrnughly 

CnmplL'tu Kepertnlre Drgnnl/alloii In llioHonili ' 
.,« SKK HKCOHI) Kill WKRK UK OCT. Ill, 100.1. 



On Account el* Dlaa|i|i»liitmiint and Kalinin to 
Unlit rr I hit tlnoila anil Wanlronv, 

SHI ALL I'A HI t and 
PKATtHtK SI'KCIALTlKa. 
IMItiS und 

HI'KflAl.TIKH. 
I'AHTB anil 

M|>K.rlAl.TIK*. 

Want the Very lle-l. mid nitist ilreaa awcll for stiijrn ami at reel. 
Will pay anv Milnrv that yuur ability, wardrobe ami o.vporlenco 
will warrant. AddiCHS C. bTAI-'KOItP I'AYTUN, Maniiger, 
New Oi iciiti-, Lii., care of Klyalum Theatro, Nov. (i II; 
Uaton ll.tugc. l.n.. I3-WJ Molilit'. Ala.. as-9h. 



AfSISTFR TEAM, 

Al SINGLE WOMAN, 
Al GENERAL ACTOR, 



ORIENTE CIRCUS 




For Month of December for Cuba. 

Address letter lu YTCKVll' ALIIA, Itlll West tl.tlk Htrnol, Nett Imk 
■tatlil|( lowest term., et<t., fnr a period ni elglitarn tveeba. 



titr, 



MURDOCK BROS, and HALL, 

MoYIMi l'lOTOIli; AND VAIDKVILLK SHOW, WANT.1 A COMEDIAN that Is a Cornel Player. Wo 
carry Band and Orchestra. Week Bland, other Pmiplc, write. Money every week. No hold backa. 
ltegarita lo all. Doubled the show lu Inst two weeks. Itns. grunt, llrndfurd, N; II., week com. Nov. i>. 



IVNTMERS' SXOOK OO. 

WANTED AT ONCE, Al CHARACTER WOMAN, 6EN. BUS. MAN. 

"l'lionu Willi a'peclallles preferred. Write or wire. HAItKY MANNKIIS, 

Memphis, Mo., Now nauil week; Waraitw, III., Nov. 18, II, lie, Kulioku, Mo , Nov. in, IV, It. 



MHF CRANE costumes 



SMGUTLY WOKN. nurlesque, Kvonlng, Street 
UownsKOIt BALE. CHEAP, OR MADE TO ORPHR-, 
01VEN. IB1M Broadway. New York. 



Le MAIRE ^ Le MAIRE, 



ALL IflnTB, or 16 E. 117 ST., NEW YOBK. 



LIBERAL REWARD 

For III ft Return of DIMS, ut My Hongs, 
Stolen from mo some tliuo ago. I will punlah to the 
full nxUtit of the law any and all who use any pail 
of any of my songs wll bout try writ ten tcrmlssioii. 
No ageni, primer or manager has the am horlty lo 
act for Me. Ail those deairlng in use ,nv soiiga can 
call on lueriUNDAYHfrum Slo'.i P. M. Have many 
New, Good Snugs ror sale. Konufuliy yours, 
MILS. JfaiKIK JOHNSON, 
116 East Sid HI , N. Y. CII). 

DODGE HALL 

MADISON BARRACKS, 

Saokotl Harbor, W. 7. , 

ou military reservation scaling capacity lur,. Qui 
ml to good people. Vaudeville, repertoire people, 
«•;., write for time. Address 

POST EM.TI ANTIK, Sn> kct. Harbor, N. Y. 



AT LIBERTY, 



JiMMIE 



COWPER, 

MEDIAN. 



SINGINO'.TALKIM. AND DAM IS* J COM 
Prlneliial Coiiii.'dlau with Jrrc linulyV 1'rniikli 
CarpcubTC" lor a aeaaoaa. I.NOII1II SAID. 
Address JIUMIK CIlWPKK. 
care ot Ihc Lenox, liliigltamloii. N. V. 

WAHTO, LAH RIM HATBL 

ONE 1I1AT BitvSS, FOR MbtHC HALL. 

OLOR0F.W. CLAIIK. 
Rloversvtlle, N. V., Unalc Hsll. 



it Liberty. « S. ROBBINS 

JIIYENILBH AND I.HJIIT fOMEIHKS. 
Bea4 traii*i«irialMi. IttiBNKMJU "ILI.E, l'». 

St liberty. EDW. YOUE. 

V-.9 TIIIlIU ST.', RWBd llt+Ji MP -'tlKt.'j 

/rums, we i-if i '.•!-. b.y 



OPERA HOUSE 
MANAGERS, 

BKND UI'KN TIMK— due to Poor Week 
Htanrli.--lt»n} in- Ptirreataa;*. 

Baker's Siberian lleiiertoire 

(omiiaoy. Baud and 

Orchestra. 

one ol i im Stioiigust on Hie road. Address 

JOHN BAKER, Mgr., 

PlurceClly.Mo.. wecli Nov. <1; Monctt.w o., IVJ!U 

CAL. L UHL, 

COMEDIAN, 

SINGING AND DANCING SPECIALTY. 

HlUSt. OHIO, WEEK NOV. .., 

CHICAGO STOCK CO._ 

AT lilUKIlTV, AlfTKIt NUv7m, 

Blind Leader, 
PI..W <:o«Ni-l B. i ».; 

TROMBONE PLAYER, 

PLAT t. i. n. 

.Inlii'. eui'iigument ouly. Addrcs HEN RY SATER, 
Sew York, !•'. Y.. cars of CM Pf l.lt. 

WAVrED. Al DIED. PEOPLE. 

hi. tie inervMiliig In llrst. Write or wire. PROF. 
JACh TIKM , Haleui, Harrison Co., W . Va. 

j nn UM&fag^ 25C 

I V " '-'.'. r-ut'jjoSv »l Uut'-.t. Maq»v 



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THE NEW YOEK CLIPPER. 



November h. 



^ 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER 
«i » 

THE FRANK QUEEN PUBLISHING CO. (Limited.) 

rnoraiRTona. 

ALBERT .1. BOBIE, 

Kpitomau a«d BCMXan MAJtAom. 



LPIII'l. >. , UI 1 1 I'll " 

Canny ISloll; 



>lA. J. D., lliisli:.— 'Ili>' points rouul 1" iWi 
order of nreeMleiiee : High, low, Jitck mul 
Kiinip. The player holding low and |nrii there- 
fore wins. 

K;', II.; ('hriton.— ilblh.wMchrs.enii not I'tt.lhn Savoy, III frnut <>r ".Wlilir ijHt .IhlHcr 



now ph.y by It. Vernon linn 
iJhosilon •>< Age," hi which 
will ploy I lie i-iil'-r ohm-nclcr. 
' Ocrnld Lawrence, who was llcnry IrTlUgs 
loading nmn I'l'iin tin' first "lulu "' .•"•■M 
down lo llio great actor's death, bus boon cu- 



bist week m* 4o 

dniid depositions 

It wns evlcli'iil, 



o ankr 111- prisoner personally mHrnnnB*! 
lor tin' failure ..f llio company ut 
of tin- firms, Mr. Kemvlofc again 
iiio .prisoner, remarking m 

._■ ■ .. — l.,..i, l.ii!l ivriu _ 

ills- 



the buck 

remanded 

mm of tHo 



ground* oil which Doll n'« s ,K l ' M, " e ,l r w , n 1 ?, ,ll - nt 
iliero might he r""nn delay In gelling in 



uduiirulilt'. Iiis dancing mul knockabout i„ 
hnvtor being iinltc I bit hroi thing <>i' li. 
kind seen In Johannesburg." iin lauding hi 
Johnti'iesburg Jlr. Marlon was overcomo la 
thf lightness or lln* »U', which niTi-i'tcil Id's 
hc'ii't, nml h looked Cor a lime ns If lu> «.,, 
"n dead line," litil lie rerlred lu » few hour. 
The nan iNi|iei', In npetikln;: of Whiihrl 
mul West's South Afrleau dehut : "Whnlo], 
end Went, eccentric comedy artists nml dime 
era, met wllli n very gratifying reception 
lui step dancing of the gent loinuu perform,.,' 



SATURDAY, NOVEMBEB 11. 1905. 



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' ntoMtr* Cable Address. «'Act.iOB.tt." 

TME WESTERN BUREAU 

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ot 48 Crnnboiirne St.. London. W.< 
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FROM OUB OWN COnnB8P0Nn«ST. 

(,'llpprr Ilopcnn, 

•is Crnnlionrnc direct, 

l.ili-.-»l«-r Hrinitrr. 

London, IV. < '■ 
Ort. UH. 
Two now prodni'ilniiM, namely "f'nptnlii 
lirew on Leave,"' nl lln* New Thcntre, iinil 
"l/ulili Out, nl. Ihe Waldorf, linyn lieen Hie 
lmpnn.inl hnpprnlnes of the London theal- 
I'lenl world for current, week. 1 Jot h pln.vi 
innile verv favorable Imprwrnlonn, nnd miiy 
lio put down nx niiceeHBe.i. New nels nt 
mii.-.c of Hie vnmlevllle houses Imve mnde tin 
week one of Interest lo lovers of Hint hrnneli 
of 'inviHomonl. Weather hits been Rood, ex- 
••ejit durlas llio mornhiRs, when, a tendency 
to foif has been apparent. 

"diptnln Drew on Lenvo" was written by 
llenrv lliiliert Davis, nnd prodvieeil nt the 
New Theatre, on Tuesday, by t'barles Wynd- 
lniin uml rompnny. Story: t'niiiulii Drew, II, 
X,, Is home nfler some yenrs of forrlpi ser- 
■vlce. lie Is out for n pood time, the ranln 
" leli Is II 



liolK'i't Art Imr, who Is iuiuiii«Iiij; ilircrloj.- 
i.f live provliielnl llienttes, and who nlso eon- 
irols live in l lie Mibiirbiin house.,, has lust 
urqulred tile recently ereeleil linind Opern 
House, jllddle»iioriui«;lt. 

Weedon lirossiiillb eonelnded bis present 
wns.m ut Terry's last Sntiirdny, In order to 
l'nlfill cncnstcnieiits entered Into for mi I Im- 
portant provincial tour of "The Dnffer, 
.•oiiiinenelnK hist. Monday nt the Court, Liver- 
pool. It Is slated that Mr. Orossralili will 
resume the London run of "Th" Duffer" on 
Ills return fvom the provinces hi December 
next. Mr. ilriiastnlth hns written for Mrs. 
Clement Scot I a sketch, enlled "Cnritaln 
.inck, the l.ndy Illuhwnymnu," whlcli Is to 
shortly be produced In the West llnd. 

Alfred Suite's jilny, "The Walls of .lerl- 
clm," <elehrali's Its fonrlb miidversnry lit 
the Hhn(lesb»ry nexl Tuesday, when It will 
be performed for the four hundredth time. 
Arrangement* have been completed, inenn- 
whlle, for Its presentntlon next January, by 

the Knallxu < ipnny oritunlzed by Sylvnnus 

IMUncJty uud M. V, Leveniix, at the Htnte 
tbenlres lit Amslerdam, Itotterdnni nnd The 
Illume. This ruiistltnlcs the llrst occasion 
on which n serious Kngllsh play has been 



ires, mid the nmnuKcr luforme 
i er 1«' last show Uml «W 0.»K» paWfM 
wIVoVmM Ibe perf..nnaue,'s tlml »«*»*!* "« *■» 
l» bellevltiB. so 1 did not eontrndlct Wm. 

(liiirae Mnrtlne, of the Mar tine llrothcis. 
writes irom Rle Jniilero, uuiWr Sept . ..> . 
••We Viro just HnlnUlnit with, thlB town, Ion - 
U»« toniorrow for Kan 1'iiuhi, he las | ov.u 
wo mtke down here. We wont be sorry to 
■rt awiv, -Ither. iiIIIiiiukIi we have no kick 
e, a, !ik as regards i real men! by I he WW* 
men I. They live up to their agreement W 
the fetter, but It Is I poor place tor one 
brought up in civilization, from K business 
point of view we have been quite saeeeaaM 

■ ...I.I l,..n ..rnlmmXll mil- SlIIV. If It UCIl 

Illlb 

Tin 



Souih Africa, mid during his idle nmirni ■ 
the eomedhii) pliuilsi occupies the ilme In 
looking up select post cards for his frioncK 
in I his country uml Ainci'lni. ,l<din Itnrluu 
liinsi iii'conipiiuy Mi', [''ox In Ids rosonivlu s 
us I bave recctvcil some htiighnhle eaiils 
front liutli. 

Chan. Sinley's Novelty Transformation l'o 
has been drnwInK enpacltv houses to i|„'. 
Itojml Theatre. Oldhiiiii, this week, llo L 
billed as the ••hlggest act. ever engaged in 
thin house." Nov. 1 tiniis them r.t LehWb's 
INtabllsbment, llrcslau. 
»»» 




,, ., nd'Xmeat. and anbser.pt.on. 



Uulm II. 



are 



•rectved at our regular rates. 

icrnnre; aL t.uieniiiui, . •>- 

(Terminus Hotel), BwH«b * W, 
Diamond News Co. 



101 
many ; 



117 Trndo, Ha- 

only one cilltion, nn«l thnt Is o«teu 
groin New YorU. _^__^_^—— mm ^^ 

'" LjUEM EB AgJB WBBBP. 

1 no itciiiio. io M »m»» •» , e^*B»•*»■• 




■rpL 

sooner or later, cnplinlntes. White has 
taken him lo see the .Moxons, an ordinary 
well-to-do middle rhiss coupte. A Miss .Mills 
Is si living with I hem, but White Is In lore 
wllli her, and so Drew nnuounres his Inten- 
tion of malting Mrs. UAXOn love lilm. Moxnn 
neglects his wife, lie Is u large, heavy mini, 
and his patronage Is a llllle gnlllug even |o 
n dntirnl wife, nnd she Is Immensely Hal- 
tered when ihe sailor pays his compliments, 
pretends lo be Imcreidvd In her boys, anil Is 
eager for her soe'ety. Drew falls. ltcnd over 
id'i'N lu love with Hie womiin, who was to 
mi vi' boon Ids victim, lie Is badly hit for 
Ihe drst time In his life, ami, being told by 
his cousin thai Ida Intentions are becoui'ug 
him Icenble nnd compromising, he decides to 
go iiwiiv. Drew goes t«> I lie* sludlo, whore 
lie Is sleeping, in park up, and Mrs. Hoson, 
In agnnv at. his leaving her, goes nfler him. 
Their meeting Is, us always, that of door 
friends. They do not eveu kiss. Hut I hey 
lire Interrupted by u blackmailing scoundrel, 
who, being refused >?."i,iliill, Mrs. Mogon de- 
vllnlug to allow Drew to illlike mil. the check, 
goes olf to tell Moxoii where his wife Is lo 
lie found. The blackmailer Is an old fu- 
mlllnr friend, mul the sli tuition he lulcrrupis 
III Incomprehensible. Mrs, Mnxon Is a hlgh- 
inliuli'd, convent lonn I woianti, who, however 
iiiucli she Is aliracted by Drew, only hires 
her Imsbund mid Iter llllle hovs, uud she tells 
Drew so. Mmcoil fools ilinl lie Is himself to 
IiIiiiiic for Ills wife's tolly. They forgive 
each other, nnd Drew goes away with only 



nii-iii. wv ntul :i speculation ns to whin in Ijiht sketch, anil the seen 
ve boeii. tin Hie opening night the p!ny eoiinlrv nl' I 



fii: ADV 

JIOIITII "''' 

HOtllllt. PWW TO 
UN ANOIllKH M0» 



" T,, ^« IC ua T or I 



CO.MPANI 

_t or Uoc 

Wit OAK NOT ■•>«> »0UTS1S 
BX MAlL'oi TBL KOkAl'lt. 

im.VM.VTIt'. 
K Svracuse.— We have 

L«mI ..In-I ill I II ill! 

nnd we w 



i:. . 

nt the pi'csonl 



no knowledge 
wlieioiiliouis of JJ» P RPrtJ' 



Vddreis a lei tor In »'«•''"« ' ' «' 
,V" Is- It In Till) I'l.ll'iT" K't' 1 ' 1 ' "'' , ' 
* ('., XewJIork, 

Mas. .M. I'i Now sorki 

it A. IL, ''anion, 

|1 \. S., Woodsboro, 

^M^wVstrlinmJelph.n 

w'ti/lTiSlc. 
Mas. J- «• N.. Vork, 
W. W. W„ Kiiston. 

n, 'r V New York.- 

K^»imftiJa^*w 

.^ir!'"':. ., i. ..in.. —shortly after Iho 

' Theatre, 

tour per- 

Ihe season of 

lly uppllca- 



iiml ., ,, 

—See niiswcr to K. M.i 

.•••I'lu. Ticket of Leave 
In America Nov. .10, 



I'orinaiiccs II day. IW" « 111 * 
3 T"'l''l., Mllford.-1. No. 

l.ondrtirTiu'nli'o. gf« Vork CM 

"Hhst.'"— Advertise 
''T W.' C- nuillnglon'.-Tlio ndverllsomcnt 
Hrtli'rwt j&Mi f^MuM ,,;. u. Htnet, 
^Oliraoku'r 1 feet. ll«rtf..r.l. foun.. or M.i>- 

SyPl idBlRe M erntelies 

> v.u.i,s.ngh.«,m.he v s,ag | r 

"'m'i'ss".^"'^ 1 :. Sngluaw.-Advertl-e lu Tm: 

'''ffNw Vork.-T'he theatre was hulH In 

•iwo'i m.iiI ou ricpl II. of that year, It was 
mot. nnd m » | • ,■ o wl|h „ , 1UI1U 

I alec It was enlled Ihe flly Then- 

-immod the Windsor. 

lire lifter a per 



y..ur wa'nls In Tim 



-Watch our rotile 
— Advertise 



pened a 
I'onipiiuy, 

ire, and llnnlly t was rei 
ii uin lolallv ilesti-oyed by .... .....-- . 

formanco of %y I'm'tucr," night of Nov. 20, 

1S n'' \ r L . Chicago.— Address any o£ our p ni ,to'mhne,"' desefihinR "how 

4 fc^MBS. 111. KotorprM " 
Music Supply «'o.. -id West Tweiiiyelglith 

^^'c^'Troy^-AdJorllse your wants lu 

'"a l/'AUUrnml ltaplds.--We do not know 

VVl W '' ,, .''.' ,, S?. U V»Vhori,.es.-Address parly In 
rare Of Allen Duone Co., as per iimlc lu 



ste .Til" eompmiy Is Playing 'Kerry How. 
M 1 ! . Laucasrci'.-'l'lie sci Is abroad. 
I 11 , lllrniliighiun.- -We never lilduhja In 



i ompiirlsoiii. 

J. W. T., Voilligslowit 

,m T U ti"'ll- Oiiod "cello players arc always 
more or less In ileniand. We can not quote 
i.alary. 
T. W 



•-Address parly you 



M., Ilnrrlsbiirg.-- 1. A.ldtvss Clay 



ha._ 

was very warmly received, playwright and 

plovers being called ill the fall of Ihe curtain. 

William I'ellh.'l' lllld company close their 
sciiuiiii nl I he Comedy, hi "On the Oiilot." 
on Nov. 11. This will come as it surprise 
lo bis frleiiils III this country and Anierlou,.. 
who have supposed Iho play lo be a big 
lluillielul success. Iluslncs* lias liilleu below 
the inai'U exja'cted, and for thai reason Mr. 
I'ndiionu lias decided to close the London 
sea«iiii of "Un the Oulet" on lb" datii iitbli- 
tlouod. The circumstance loaves that. Hie- 
ali'O upon for ihe return to the West Kim 
stage of limit ley Wright, who lias not plnyitl 
since tin; llrst week of ••The Llliln Mlcluis." 
As hits already been Intimated, Mr. Wright, 
icmpornrllv, at- least, uhniidoiis musical com- 
edy for farce, and, on or about Nov. IS, will 
lie suen In a plecn of Hint description, eli- 
lltleii •"llifl Munnliilli Climber," adapted from 
the (lormiin of "Dor Iloeh Tourist." TbO 
now nrogniiiime nt Ihe Comedy will, how- 
ever, provide Mr. Wright wllli an opportunity, 
of wandering still further nlleld, for It Is 
also 1o contain n one acl play In which the 
comedian will appear as n .losull priest. 
"The Little father of Hie Wilderness,'.', as 
Ihe iioveltv Is called, Is the work of Austin 
Wrong and Llo.vd Oshuurar. The sloyy 
deals wllli an episode In Hie time of Louts 
XV. nnd the action Hikes place In a chiitenii 
nt Versailles. 

Whenever the playgoers tire of Arllitii' 
llourcliler's production of "The Merchant of 
Venice," ut ihe (inrrlck, he will produce mi 
Kagllsh version written by Idtuself, of Henri 
Liivi'ilnu's successful threo net comedy, ''Lo 
Duel." Mr. ■Ilnurrhler. will play 'the part, of 
mi nhlie. Mr. Houi'i'liler's next bill at. Iho 
Harrlck will also Include nuolher of Ids udnp- 
tiitlmis from the I'l'dich. namely. Anittolii 
France's oue net piny, ••Cruliiqueldlle." This 
piece Mr. lUnirrhlor has adiiiitcd to Kngllsli 
sitrrouudlngs, and he himself will play the 
poor costeiiiioiigor. . . . 

l-'or the Kngllsli version of "Lights Out," 
done nt the Waldorf ou Weduesday, by n 
company headed by If. V. Irving, Iho credit 
Is due Mr. Irving, us be rewrote the Lngllsh 
version before the play was put Into re- 
hearsal, it was bis first Alterant nt lids 
class of work. Tbo ploy, as staled aliove, 
met with unanimous praise from all, and at 
ihn close of ihe performance Mr. Irving. In 
response lo Hie popular niinenl, tutored u 
feiv sentences of, Ihnuks. "Lights Out" wus 
tiroiltiocd by what was called a ••mlmodrnnn'." 
n one net, entitled "I.e. Main." It Is u 
pantomime, describing how n fnshlotiBhlo 
actress Is confronted by n burglar on her re- 
turn- lo her rooms, and how she is llnnlly 
re.'.cuoil. 

■Ilimep Weleh, ns was stated some time ngn, 
starts bis tenancy of Terry's Tbealre In 
.lamiarv, wllli a new play, by llcury Arthur 
Jones, wh'i'h Ihe nulhor has now tuinied 
"The Heroic SlubW being Ihe comedy or a 
man wllli nil Ideal. Jlnl Mr. Welch does not 
mean lo eoiilinn himself wholly lo thai, class 
nr work. He bus decided to enter the Hold 
of eiiinlc opern. lie does not hope to shine 
ilk n singer, hat ho Intends to have "l.e* 
Cloches de Corncvllle" riu-efillly revised, so 
ns to bring II Into loiteli with modern re- 
iiiilremeills. 

. Hickory Wood la iirovldlng Iwenlyalx 
lniiitomlmes this year, namely, those of Ihe 
llrltiee's mid Itoynl Theatres, Manehesler: 

lie King's and ltoytil, liliisgow: the Shakes- 



The book of this yenr's Drury Lane pnu- 
tnmline, "I'lnderelln, ' lias been written by 
Kir Krnncls Ilunioril, Ibe editor of I'mirft. 
The cant, so far ns It has been settled, Is as 
follows : Cinderella. May de Housn, un Amer- 
ican girl ; The ITlnce, Qneenle Lcighton ; 
I'nirv Queen, Onlay t.owell ; i.'giy sister, 
l'nl'.l'c Kmcr.v ; Daudaid, Harry Kragson ; 
Itaron"ss, Waller l'nssmore; I'age Hoy, Harry 
Itnndnll, and llnron, Arthur Wlldams. 

Thniiks to Klhel Whllesldes for the little 
booklet setM mc of herself and pickaninnies. 
The souvenir Is well arranged and very In- 
terest lug. 

A novel oxperlineitt In connect lou wllli 
the cnicrtnlutneni nt the lllppodroinc Is 
Shortly to be tried. lusteiiil ol Individual 
turns 'nppeailng, the whole loninany will lie 
put: ou In a kind of review, which will be 
run throughout lite performance. Theorelle- 
nlly the uiiuiiigemeiil considers the good folk 
who dw"ll mi .lupller to lie sadly lacking in 
knowledge of dally doing on our earlb. They 
ure to lie Informed day by day by the enter- 
tainers ut the Hippodrome, and u I bin plot 
embracing nils theme is being arranged to 
link the various Minis together. Kuril per- 
farmer, wlniicver the nature of his ot her 
performance^ will ha ntimcicd to contribute 
elllier by word or net Ion a topical chapter 
lo .luplicr'H diary of news. The second event 
of Hie f'lirlslinns elilertiillimeut will end lu 
the greatest mechanically worked sensation 
ever iilletuntcd' ill. the Hippodrome, "lly 
and Field" Is the title of the water 
Ihe scene Is laid lu the lake 
iinilierlatul. The stiii'lllng lucl 



l.'b eid 



M iins'iie American Urnmnlhita' l'h»b, ^< e «' iieare. I.ivcrihml ; ihe Tyne, Newcnsllei Ihe 

Y.Vrt c v' B Address Hick .V: l-'llnsenild, \l yy „\. r :dliihurgll l Ihe Itoynl. Ilnulforil: 

is Vim sTreet, New Vork City. ., , lite I'rliice of Wales', lllriulughnin : the 

V \ i'hlc;u-o— -Winch our route list prince's. Ilrlstol : the Mnrlboronab, Hollo- 



''"ll K^NeW York. -Address Daulel l'roh- 
tiiuu. Lveouni Thciilre. Now York Illy. 

Miss II. S.. Indluiiapolls.-We have uever 
iiuidlshed the denlb nol lee. of the party. 
<-H Slewurl, Yankee cunedbin and inoii- 
nloglsl. Is alive. rA1||w< 

C. P. W., AVeslhoro.— As player Xo. I OX' 
tniKeil Ihe hick. No. .'I can dcuunid Ibul No. 1 
Vihly It . "lie llrst lime he (No. II lends. If 
No. !l plav bis queen, he can demand that 
No. 1 put St iin Ibe trlelr. 

M J K-. Decatur.-— The Jnek eomtts tor 
♦be dealer the moment It Is inrned, nnd he 
(herefore wins. 



way: ihe Ik-pifprd Theairo, nmi fourteen 

lioiHug pnatiimlines. 

, Messrs. Veil renne and Haker. of Ittt) I'oni't 
Thciilre, hilvii accepted for product lou early 
lu-tt vein- a play by Muurlce llewlell, en ti- 
tled "I'nniiud' the Young Shepbetil." The 
piece, already published In lsmk form, Is re- 
written bit' the stage. As Us title Implies, 
music outers largely luto lis compoiutlou, 
which Is in hi' coiuposed by W. II. Hewlett, a 
brother of the dmmiulsi. These maiiaieis 
linve als'i acquired fur presentation at niatl- 
nwi«r n t rati sin I to n of ihe "Kleclra of Mutt. 
lilrtes," mul. a oao.nn piece treating of rosier 
life, by P. Ffttin,.cnired-"The Convict of Hie 
Hearth,"' to l»e acted In conjunction with ti 



dent, tor the working of whlcli special scenery 
Is lielug liulll, will Illustrate Iho bursting of 
a dam In sight or the audience, and ihe sink- 
ing of t lie houses In the llood. 
Ii'inbel and Huge are tit the 1'iilneo of 
Vn'rh'llos, Plymouth, ibis week, nnd are 
meeting with their usual i.uccess. Siindcr- 
iund Is Hide next stand. 

Ttii'iiiiis ItiM'riisfnrd. of the Lyceum, has 
had summonses served on him for threaieti- 
tng to luili'iler Alldre lialcu/.l, ihe agent, 
who pt'odinssl Ihe ballet "KgceWor" at tile 
I.vcenia. Tim trouble' nnise over the pny- 
lliciil of till- bnllel people, whose siilarles W. 
OuleiiKl wits responsible for, hut which ho 
lulled lo produce. The ense will he an Inter- 
esting one If II goes Into court. 

Dave Molor, of Meier nnd .Mora, Is respon- 
sible fur, lite following under dale of Oct. J.1, 
llnnsn Theatre, Hamburg: ".lust a Hue to let 
vou know Hint we receive Tin: Old Uhma- 
iit.K evcrv Saturday, nnd wlieu ihn nmu snyu 
'Here's your Cl.iri'kii,' Is seems .lust like 
getting luotioy from liome. Well, they ocr. 
tnllily do it wonderful business here, hun- 
dreds of people being turned nwuv lilghllv. 
Tne house; Is sold old every night before Iho 
curtain goes tip. There tiro three American 
acts on the present bill nt the llansh, inanely 
Ihe l.'onr l.ukcus. Sain Kllou nnd ourselves. 
Upon arriving here we were asked by llio 
manager lo opeu n night earlier, which 
we did. and, owing to It being Iho last 
nlvslit uf the monlli, the audience was 
verv quiet, consequently wo didn't, do 
very well, so we left in I her down- 
hearted nt our opening. We were more lliiui 
surprised on the following night. II living the 
llrst of Ihe mouth, with n now pi'iigriuu.iiu 
nnd li packed house, our net going like a 
house afire. The iiiiiuuger came buck on ihe 
stage mid complimented us on our success. 
We have bud a tot ot utters for the continent, 
mid could have settled n bit of engagements 
If we had lie; open lime, but we are hooked 
up to IlkiT lu I'higlnnil mid South Allien. We 
go to Stockholm from here. Madame Cheater, 
wllli her si nt a.' dog act, was ou Hie bill ul 
this house Inst mouth." 

Herbert Lloyd writes me from Paris Hint 
till American acts lu ihe gay cliy are doing 
well. At iho Casino are Morris Cronln, Pal- 
ter nnd linn will, and lledlnl and Arthur, 
who are of Kngllsli hlrlh, 1 believe. Kelly 
uml Ashhy nro nt the Folios Horgere, and 
Mr. Lloyd , la at Ihe Alhnialira. Tbo latter 
nml Ids wife will lie lu London for n few 
days next week. They open at Ilrlghlon on 
Nov. II. Mr. Lloyd lias ndded a very pretty ' 
nuioinolille to the net for Mrs. Lloyd to make 
her entrance In, and Ihe auto Is cjulto uplu- 
(inte uud real. 

AlhlirlUR nnd Miller, who flnlsh tonight n 
sucesHfiil trees nt iho (icana Theatre, sioek- 
tnu-oii-'fcc*, have canceled some continental 
lime, ntld.wlll sail f« Ihe States next Wed- 
nesday, ou the Haltlo. They return early lu 
tile new year. 

I huvii been tutor mod Hint lu the future 
nil bookings connect ed with Ihe t.'aiiiherwell 
Palace ami the Hrnuvllle will be arranged 
with Moss & Stoll. Herbert Itnymond has 
resigned Ills position lis manager of King's 
Theatre, 8iltloli-ln-Ashlleld, to take up Ihe 
management of Hie Kegcnl Theatre of Varie- 
ties, Siilfni'd. J. Howard Shackelton, late 
musical director of the New Cross Kmplre, 
has heoti innile director of the orchestra nt 
Hie Hippodrome. Siiiilhumploii. "Lorn" Is 
the title of au Illusion lo lie seen ul the 
Ilneknev'Kuiplrc next week. The tlgure of 
a lingo parrot Is disclosed. It proceeds to 
give suinelhlug like n clnlrvoyuut enicriutu- 
iilclil, at IUe eud of which a pistol shot, 
ea Uses ihe bird lo collapse and reveals a 
beautiful llldy. surrouiulisl by electric lights. 
Joseph T. McCr.ddon, of the elreils ot that 
miuic. jiiiwlii surri'iulered: In his hull til How 
Slrtiot vertlclilay to uliswcr the charge of 
eoinutlttlhft oiTeiices ngiilnst the bankruptcy 
lews lu t'ltilice. Mr. Asiatic, on behuir uf 
the Krench Tlinbiitsy, snld he bad that morn- 
ing rccelHil.ti lelegiam from the HI rector nf 
I'lPilU- I'tosmul Ions • lu l.'i'iiiice, siutlng: 
"Tfiislee MeCuildoii's bankruptcy makes depo- 
sition lodny." He, Mr. Astour, Ihnocht 
thatjiinsl refer, to. furl her dertosliiniis. furjer 
ilia clrcuhisi.niicoslie rfuiai ask for 'another 
remand. Mr. llodkln, for the defense, rc- 



mul eoiibl have prolonged our slay. If II were 
possible, but other engag'-mems provcm 
dins, the "cvcllsl. Is on the bill Willi us. 
Poller 1'nmlly passed ] through here n lew 
days ago, M Wife lo HuenoB A} res foi 
engagement wllli I'rnnk Hrown. San lb 
Hendmrdl opened the new Theatre l.rng'i an. 
In Mnulevhico. a few days afier wo left 
there The lowst: price of admission was 
six dol'ars In American money, and J under- 
stand the house was sold out. for the cm ro 
engngomont. . There Isn't much to write 
about- concerning Ihe show business here. 
Italian npern, at the loading limn Ire; drama. 
In Portuguese, in two others: n. circus per- 
formance. In another, nnd a few concert luills. 
besides (ho Casino, where we arc playing. 
The weather has been very pleasant Iho past 
four weeks, not ton warm, but In n few 
weeks It will b.i scorching. 'Hie govern- 
ment. Is trying hard to clean up the town, nnd 
In a few rears It ought: to be n pretty gooit 
town. There Is no fevor hero, nnd has not 
been for a long time. The sanitary condi- 
tions nro good nnd nro being constantly Im- 
proved The surrounding country Is hennll- 
fnl. and a ride on many of the electric su- 
hurhnn lines well worth the time. It costs 
like the dickens in lire here, nml they take 
rniir inonev about as unhhishlngly as nny 
iilnce 1 have neon. We leave Hrnv.ll Ool. 1 I 
for I.Mioii. Whore we will be November nad 
Heceiuher, then hack to Kngland." 

Mart In nnd Qulgg arrived In London on 
Thursday, mid the latter culled a' 1 1lls officii 
vestenlav. The pomilnr comedians were lu 
open on 'Monday next at n suburban hall, but 
were Informed hv their agent on ilielr arrival 
tlml Ihe hull had been closed for the past 
threo mouths. However, Mils Is not much 
to worry about, :is M. nml (). begin pro- 
ceedings ou Ihe Moss « Stoll lour, nl Hack- 
ney, on Nov. il. They will play Ihe entire 
tour. 

As the lllrkenhond ferry steamer left Liver- 
pool, lust Sunday ufteiiinon, a uvclve horse 
power motor car, belonging to Punl Cinque- 
va 111, the well known Juggler, went over- 
board, cnrrvlng villi ll ihe occupants. The 
cur was partly ou the gangway when It wns 
found tluil Hie canopy would not pass under 
Ihe steamer's upper deck. While mutters were 
In this position the steamer got under way. 
A scene of great excltetnenl ensiled. A dozen 
people shouted lo the cltaiid'eiir to back Hie 
motor up the gangway ou m tho landing 
singe. The gear was reversed, but ns the 
Ml earner moved away Hie gangway Inclined 
more and more, and llnnlly the twu hind 
wheels of the motor were hanging over ihe 
ship's side. Instantly the car plunged Into 
Ihe water, turning over In Its descent. In 
Hie cur, beslib's tho chniitl'eur, was a llldy, 
iiumeil Miss Morris, n relative ot (he owner. 
There was n wild rush of singe men mpl 
police to Ihe rescue. Holh were saved niter 
considerable trouble and excitement. Mr. 
i.'liiqiieviilll wns on die ferryboat at the time. 
The cur was raised the day following nnd 
fou nil in be In good shape, excepting tho 
canopy, the rear cub windows and llio lamps. 
All of Mr. Cliutuevalll's slagc apparatus 
was carried to the bottom of Iho river with 
the automobile, hut put In hIiuuo for use ut 
tin! Argyle Theatre, Hlrkenhend. ou Monday 
ulghl. Mr. Clnqnevalll has put lu n claim 
for (hi mages. 

i A week ago, last night, was "(Irmid Sou- 
venir Night" til the Palace, of Varieties, 
Iliiiimicrsmltti, Hie souvenir lining u photo 
graph of Kiln Shields, who Wiih lopping Ihe 
hill at Hint house, lly her clever rendition 
of nmu songs. Miss Shields hits endeared her. 
self to all the frequenters of lite halls she 
tins uppeiired In Loudon nml provinces. She 
Is playing the provinces now, hut returns to 
town very shortly. 

Frederick ,1. Titus Informs me Hint he and 
his clever wife, l.ydla Veaninns Titus, will 
be In Louden the llrst of the coining year, rn 
route to Austriillii, their third visit, hut this 
time with Ihelr own concert euntpniiy. Tliey 
are appending for tlw last times In the music 
halls of this country. Theirs Is surely mi 
uci i hat. will be missed. 

The Lnvnlls report meeting with much suc- 
cess nt the Palace, Manchester, where they 
are showing, this week, I heir novel iierhil net 
on the sliver arch ladders and breakaway bur. 
I saw the nine o'clock show nl the Coli- 
seum ou Monday last, and was disappointed 
In siiiue. One ut the big new features, .Mrs. 
Itemnnl lleere nml company, in "Tim Spy," 
was long mid tiresome. 1 agree with one 
crllli! who said lite Idea of the sketch wns 
capital, hut It would have boon a lilt had it 
lieen put to music. The Lurch Family did 
some grunt tumbling, and worn heartily np- 
iilnudcil. They repeated the lilt made at Iho 
Hippodrome n short time ago. Victoria 
Monks did well with her "Olvo My Itcgards 
to Leicester Square." The Coliseum 
choristers 'isslslcd Miss Monks lu the 
chorus. KllROiie St rati nn came In for 
iinirli applause, his offering being an old 
song, wiih which he has scored In this eoiin- 
lrv, Cnrl Hertz had sumo wonderful illusions, 
Most nnuisinn and enterinlnlug lo Hie nn- 
liKikera. A large round of applause wns his 
reward on Mnndny. A fair bar act wns done 
by tho Vnslleseu Troupe, their gymnastic 
work being much better thnu their comedy. 
Mntlge Losslng, "Military Tattoo," and Mn- 
ilanic B«Jy were holdovers, and they did very 
well. The iirritngenieiit of the hill wns. In 
a way, responsible for Its ilresumeuoss. I 
didn't get a chance to see the six o'clock 
bill, but I am given lo understand from 
those who hnve seen It. that Derendn nnd 



iliecn. and Hell and Henry are holding their 
own Willi the other numbers on Hie bill 



The directors ot the Umpire Theatre con- 
template producing, nt Cldslnins. a ballet 
which stin 11 be lu keeping with the season. 
The subject is "Cinderella,"' and In Miss 
■tenor the uviungeiiieui has Ihe artist titled 
beyond all others to r ep rese n t the. chnrncler 
lu' -Ucli n singe, piece. The liallel will be 
given nt n series of ufteruoou perfoi'iniuici's, 
and will Hot In tiny way cvuilllcl with the 
present ballet, "The Hugh! Call." . . 

The Johannesburg papers, have .given Har- 
lot! mid Ashley, and W'hnleu and West some 
grout notices of their opening at Ihe Umpire 
ou Sept -o. Here. Is one of the former 
duo; "The hit i«r the evening was that 
soured by Hiirluu ami Ashley, In 'Canal 
ltonl Sal.' There was nothing of the < humor 
of the 'Suullghl Port variety atom the turn. 
Thft humor wns a good den I broader and the 
fun more of Hie kuocknhnut order. It wns 
IhO 'Old ense of the trntnp (Bftrtivni necl- 
dontly. straying -Into n : smqrt dressing ■room. 



OCR CHICAliO T.BTTKtl. 

fhom ocn own coniiKsi'ONiir.Nr. 

Western Ilnrcnn 

of the New York Clipper, 

Room r>it— , Asiiin.nl lliock, Clitcnno. 

"Home b'olks, Hie Vinegar Huver," and 

one now farce comedy. "I. O. I - .," ure p.,,. 
changes for next week ul: the down town 
theatres, while the usunl shift of bills js nn 
tinunced at tho houses dedienied to melo- 
drama nnd vaudeville. The shows thai re- 
main nro popular, nnd Ihe managers nro helm. 
rewarded by overflowing box office tills, 

li.UMHH TiiK.vntt: t Will 'J. Davis, mnnn- 
gen.— olga Nothersole. presenting llervleu's 
play. "Tlie Labyrinth," begins the Until wool; 
of iter engagement In Chicago Mumluv even 
Ing. Nov. 0. "The Holllckliig CId" 'follows 

i'owmts' Tiihathf. (Ilnrry .1. Powers, man- 
ager). — On'.Monday evening, ll. Itnhert. Kdesmt 
will be seen In "Strong-heart. ' The nruri ac- 
tion will remain for several weeks. 

Mi'Vh'KKlt's TllBATRfl (Ceo. C. Warren 
mniiiigeri. — lllancho Walsh, In "ihe Woman 
lu the (.'use." closed un engagement of loni- 
weeks nt. tills thcntre Sunihiv, .".. during 
which time capacity houses ruled at evcrv 
performance. Heglnnlng Mnnilnv, (I. "Home 
I'olks." wiih n ensi Inctiidlng Kdwln Anton 
Areola, llojd. Wtlllmn Hnrtoii, Arlhur Sand- 
ers. Newt in Joseph, Smiley Thonuis, I'hnrle- 
Lninh, Knitik Witndeiie. Juck Hvnii, Ham 
Newton, Mamie liynn, Kule Lester, Malil'e 
Hrowiiell. Mm tlo Kcrguson. Klhel (Tlfton 
Ada Xelllgnn, Hessie Nelllgnn mid ninny 
olhei'N. 

lUeniCR Tim:atiii: (Sam P. Corson, mana- 
ger). — The Perley Opern <'o„ pivsetulu" 
"The itlrl and the llandll." entered upon lt^ 
Ins! week Sunday, .">. "Italics lu Ihe Wood' 
follows L2. 

S'ti'iiKiiAKi'ii TilK.vriiii (It. K, Ilnrmover 
mflnager).— This house win reopen on \ir,n 

dny cvetilug. HI, presenting, tor the frsi 
lime here, a m-w musical comedy, etitltleil 
"The Whiiilntr illrl." 

Ciii.oxtAi.Tiin.uiii: (Ceo. \v. Loderer, man- 
iigori.— "Knriy-llve Minnies from llrondwav" 
Is lilting tills theatre ut. every pcrfnrilliiueo 
I'uy i'enipletou and every meinliec of (bis ox- 
eellent roiiuwny is giving a line perform- 

iiliee. The ilflleth petfoiiiiaiice will he given 
next Wednesdav night, H. 

AliiiToitit M TriK.i'rui: (Mllwnrd Adams, 
ninnagei').— "Huinpty Dumply" eittoreil upon 
lis fourth week Sunday, fi, hiank Moulin. 
as Mi He Jtary, (he cook. Is n whole slmw In 

himself. .Maud Lillian Pen I, n* Prince Itll- 

dolpli. Is it pronoiineed favorite, 'ihe Klylng 
Hrlgollcllls share the honors. 

flUAMi Ociuu llorsi: i Harry Askln. nmu- 
ngi'n.— Itlchnrd Manslleld's presentation of 
"Don Carlos" drew capacity business. Kuril 
Kendall Is Hie attraction beginning Siuulnv, 
ft. The engagement will be devoted to tlie 
revival of "The Vinegar lluyei'."' Much new 
mn i .-i-iii l has lawn liiifoiluccd since thu com- 
cdy's lust prosentntlou here. 

ili'.H.vr Niiin'imtx TunvritF; fpred c. i:ti- 
Otis, iiienngerl.— Kliircnce llludley, hi "i'ho 
Hello of the West," elosrd a week's engage 
inciil here 4. Hcglnnliig Sunday, fi, IHl 
lor one week. "I. O li„ ' n muslcnl comedy. 
Is the attraction, The piece den In with 
I rusts, nnd fifl'ir.'ds ihe leading couieillnns, 
Kolli mul Dill, maple opporluuiiv for the 
d'ypl.'iy uf their fun iruikillg uhllllles. Week 
el IB, "Skv r'liim." 

Cuu.'Aiio l)|'B«A ITiirsK (Lyman II, Oluver, 
luaiinger for Kohl «s CnxtlvJ.— "The Pink 
Hussiirs" coiiHntii'H popular. On Similar af- 
ttiitoim, Oct, :tO, Helen Case replncisl (loue- 
vlevo liuillay lu the role of Kalrluka Alex- 
met wlln pronounced success. Marino Alex- 
ander, who was il member of "The I, mid of 
Nod'" Co.. anil who has been engaged for this 
production, Is also doing hoiik; very clever 
ivork. 

Olympic Tiiimtiim fAbc. Jacobs, ninnngcr 
for Kohl & Cnslle). — A high cluss vaudeville 
progriuiinie for wiek of Nov. il will include - 
"Dldn," Itlee and Only, Ilnlcoinhc, Curtis 
and Webb, Wllloit Ilros., IHnes and Homing 
mn, Wcrden and Clntldlsh, Itiidl'ord nnd win 
I'ltesler. Harry Thomson, Kerry, Wlllinm.s 
end Melbourne, McKlniien uud lteed, Ressle 
I Inns uud Ityiiu mid Hoiighls. 

IUT1UMUR TmcAiiii! (W. W. Freeman, 
nimmger for Kohl & Chattel, — Valerie Her- 
goro and compnny, Oka bo Japanese Troupe, 
Sylvester, Jones uud I'rlnglo. Kour Kropenir-i 
ot Music, Ciiilahiiu and Mack, i'mn lllpley. 
Alice Lewis. YViuicnhcrg Ilros., Kslclllln ami 
Hull nil, hi. Mysterious Knnrelle, Mclsmtl nnd 
Melwllle, Hnnnlyn and Ward, nnd Doyle and 
lllgglns nro hilled for week of ll. 

I,.v Sai.i.h TiiRATitt: (M. II. Singer, man- 
ager). — "The Yankee Regent" entered on lis 
thirteenth week Sunday, h, mid stilt enjoys 
llhetnl pntroiinge. It will remain for only 
l wo weeks longer. 

IllJnu TllKATM? fWllllnm Roche, mnnngeri. 
— "More io He Pitied Than Scorned" was the 
offering last week, I-'or li and week. "King 
of the Opium It lag;" for 12 and week, "Uncle 
Daniel." 

ACADRHV (William Iloche." manager). — Lnst 
week "The Smart Hot" placed lo capacity 
business. Pur lo nnd week. Joo Weleh. In 
"The Poihller." Week of IL', Howard Hall, lu 
"The MlUloiinlro Detective." 

Cm. i'ai ill's Tiiti.iiitR (Weber Ilros.. mnu/i- 
gers), — "r.lnele Dnhlet" wns the hill Inst 
week. Per and week, "A Wife's Secret." 
Week of 1". "Happy Hooligan." 

A:.ii.VMi::i.v T'iikati-k (James II. Itrownc. 
mmiager).— Jm Welch,. In "The Peddler.'' 
nppenrod hern last week, and played lo enor 
ntnUM hiislness. Week of ft, "More to lt.s 
litli'd than Scorned" will be olioicd. Week 
of 19. "After Midnight." 

Ilirsit TiMfl.f TlfRATRB (KlIzHhcth Scho- 
lar, innn.igei'l. — "The lrun Mnstel" proved :i 
prolllnble atliiietlou last week. 'I"he Play- 
ers' Stock Co. will present. "The Helmet of 
Xnvniiv" week of .". Por U unci week. 
"The House (hat. dock Unlit" 

Citmititox Thimtuk (John IS. nogan, ioou- 
naert.— "Vonng Littrulo, King ol llio Wild 
Wes 1 ," .vm: iiio at tract Ion Inst week. "Klug. 
of l lie Opium Itlng" week or .*.. "A Wife's 
Secret" IS and week. 

TWCVrY-HtX'il.NP STi;i:iiT TlJUATItt: (ll'' 
ltloom, I'liinnger. 1 — "The IJusy Hee." a bur 
li'Hiiio, wiih u chorus of twenty-live girls', 
is the offering week of 5. 

TuocAPKRii TiiKATtii: (Nnrry II. Hodges. 
manager). — Ilnrry Itryntn's IltirlmquerR en- 
biyofl a week of «ood business. Pnr.fi nnd 
week "Knlcbta of the f.'niior,". lu burlesniiv 



The irVmp," however, acquitted himself quite nnd vaudeville, will be the attraetlno 



November 11. 



THE 3STEW YORK CLIPPER. 



967 




DUSKY ROSE 

Tlio laleslbndbcsUuug ever written by THUS. ». ALI.KN, the composer or "11; the SVatermclon Vine • l.lmlj l.ou," "On Vo' »>»)," "Any Ka*s<:""8el«!ii>M lo lirliid. ' etc Hunt l>u the iast to discover Its iiurn. 

EMMALINA I MY ONA/IM LIZE 



Two NEW Coon Sours JiimI from the press. Iloth recommended as At. 



OTIIERSi Lyd», Won't Yon Stop Your Kaolin'! Girl of Mine; Dana Over On My Vernndali; Hey. Mlatwr Joslm*; ir Ihrr. Kver Wni ■ Shine, It'a You; I've Sx . ntlieni t* in Kv.ry Part, Rtf 

sslonsl Singers, send up-todnto programs lor professional ropieB ana orchestrations uf these and other Uio soiiiih. NO CAHIis. 



Professional 

V%TJ 

Fiiilt THEATRE (.Toliu A. FenesHey, uiun- 
..J.ri —Tlie Jollv Olrls appeared ten last 
ivuek nod plnyed to capacity houses. Tor 
5 nmi week, the Innocent Maids. 

'"ruHK.'s T1ik*thb (Joseph Pilgrim, man- 
„„rYi — '"A Ti'mperaucu Town." wiih produced 
wit .Brent' success b.v the I'copJc'k Stock 
cV/iiiiiuny Inst week, tor" week of 0, "Lytt- 

W °IU>'ivA!ti> ThiiatiiR (M. Mjonue, manager!. 
— Jill for week of 0: Vera Hull, ltossley and 
Itostclle. Hilly KnftlinuBke. tho Hewitts, 
oilier Troupe and Annie Goldlc. 

1-fkin Tiibatiik (Will II. Hmltli. tnnnn- 
„p.,'_Ulll for week of 5: Jonca and Grady, 
All'-n ami Trlbble, Itllly Earthquake, La 
telle llloiiH, '• W. Turner, b U. Hender- 
son uml the l'ckln Quartette; 

London Dimb mWk (William Sweeney, 
innnaiair).— Cnrlo Imll attractions week of 5: 
'.of Burns' trained dogs, Chief Bluecloud's 
indlin Village, Mme. C. Seed, mind reader ; 
Prof Viil. magician, and Bcldenberg, humuu 
•'in 'cushion, in the theatre : Ola Prince, 
Minnie Sampson, Margaret Zlllcr and (Jus 

ClAltK 8TBKKT MllMEUU (LolllS If, Hedges, 

mnniiKcrL — Joi'ko, the monkey that loops tlio 
l,K)o will be I lie leading attraction week of 
r, Oilier features will bo: (irnco Gilbert, 
iiazcottu, nMml«l net : Ialia, Oriental whirl- 
wind wonder; Matllc Jack, aud Wild Alice, 

''"xKrKiiMA'rii.— The Xew American Theatre 
was closed Sunday, r... . . . .t;Mri^;it Hureau 

callers last week were: John W. World, Mln- 
.1.-11 Kluirstou. De Union, De Ouao and Jean- 
nelte. Fredo and Dare, Chester, Chris. Lane, 
Joe Weal, Uamscy. Slaters, ltosu Leo Tyler, 
Siilller and l'lttman. Kred anil Auulo l'clot. 
Kid Busoii, Dciln Walker. Ilcnger Sisters, 
Simmons uml Ilurrls, Welsh and Alultland, 
l,l/zlc N. Wllsou, Walter McCullough, Km- 
munds, F.mmci-son mid KiumondB, Munager 
Will S. Heck, of Cincinnati: IS. I*. Ilrnnnnii, 
Wilbur Muck. Charley Ouse, Hen Harney, 
Si'iunu, Adams and Rogers, Musical Gool- 
liuius. Warsaw Bros., Joucs aud Walton, 
Dixon und Fields, General Passenger Agent 
tievno ii. Itohertson. of the Wabash IL K. I 
Hubert F. Walter, Clara Kennedy, Italllmck 
and Pnrrniuttc, Hastings and Burns, the Three 
.Inrksous, Joe Ciillulimi. JameB Hiiymond 
uml Florcneo Good, William C. Young and 
Mny Brooks, Kthel Whltcsldcs. Nelllo Kcvcll 

mitl Bcrtho Koualzo A feature of tlio 

llayniurkrt bill, week of Oct. ill), was the 
I If Oiler Sisters. They preseuted one of tbo 
most plonslin,' speclallles seen hero In Homo 
time, and their dances nnd handsome cos- 
tumes won much favorable comment 

Klln-I Whiteside* and "Japs" will be u strong 
vaudeville feuluru next season. They sail 

lor Kin-luiul early In .luiiuary, HHHJ 

For tlie reiiiuliider of this season Leu Van 
Dike v Ml be prima douuu with I be Kolb & 
1*111 productloii. "I. O. U.." Which opened 
ul the Croat Northern Theatre. Simduy, Nov. 

f> Miiimger "Hill" Thompson, of tho 

Kmiicr Jlosle Co.. Is now In Now York City, 
5ir.il will remulii I here for live weeks on mm 1 - 
IIWI for Ills llnil Sliiiniijlls and Har- 
ris hare Just c'osed n Btieeessful season In 
ilic Kast, nnd nrrlvtil In this city last week, 
where they urc urrunglng vaudeville lawk- 

liign from hero lo California Uerthu 

Itiiiml/o secured a divorce from her liushnnd, 

]tuh»rl Kouulzo, Nov. 4 ...Tl|e Mil- 

slcnl ■ Goolmaiis passed through- the illy 
<« toulo from 'Memphis lo tho tlrphcum 
Tlieutrr, Kuiibus.Clly. . :. ..Itoberf •(!, Hueli- 
iiriii/, general IJiihteni 'representative of the 
Jafgnie Cllin; Co., vi'u III Chleiitfj lust week, 
Im-Iiip ou Ills way West toi-stulillsh a brauili 
■M, I be I'u'-lllc roust. ...'. .Muuugir Will S. 
Heck, of ClnelitnuU, was In -Chicago lusr 
week, looking for attractions for his enter- 

ini.-i-i for next season Miss K, It. Mvr- 

1mi has recently written several sketches 
mid iiirl.'tln misers ulileh have become tjtilt u 
nu-ii'ssful hi tint vaudeville ami ilramutle 

tin ntrcs lliroiighoiit the West A 

■■linage of iniimigcrshtp ut. the Iji Salle 
Theatre went Into effect Mouduy, Oct. .'10, 
wb'i'ii Albert Caui)ibell, who has hecn In con- 
trol since the stock company which runs the 
house was organized, was replaced by M. II. 
Niiii:i'r. Interested In tUn Albuiubra Theatre, 
la Milwaukee, und other playhouses lu the 
Korlliwest. 



X en Tremont 



>treet, 



^»»- 



oitBr.uv. 



I'lirtiuiMi. — At the Murqunm Grand (Cal- 
vin Ilelllg, uiutiager) "Ben Uur" was given 
nt eleven performances, Oct. 10-^8, to tho 
lorgest sluglu seuson busluess In' tho history 
of tlii- theatre. Hurry Uulklcy, of Washing- 
ton. 1>. C„ delivered his lllustruted lecture 
ou Yellowstone Turk 28, to u fair sized audi- 
nice. I'.iiiinu Kaiucs und her concert com- 
pany. ."11, under lliu illrecllon of l.ols Steers 
mid Wyiin Coiuun. "Tliu Hultuu of Sulu" III. 
Nov, I. "I'eggy from Hurls" '2-4, "Arizona" 
«: T, "Tho Marrluge of Kitty" 8, », "When 
Knlglithoud Was lu Flower" 10, 11. 

UKUaco (K. h. Snckeit, manager). — The 
Hclusco Stock Co. did very satisfactory busl- 
iichs week of Oct. '.'II, with "Prince Otto." 
" The Mn iixmiin" 110 and week, "The Lady of 
Lyons" Nov. 0, "The First Violin" 13-18. 

Kmtna (G. L. Huker, manager). — "Dora 
1 home" had a cnpuclly opening Oct. 'JU. 
""by Women Sin'' did excellent business 
«ii'k id 'JU. "The lluinuu Slave" Nov. 0, "A 
lirokeii lleurt" 12-18. 

liAKIJU'H (li. I/, linker, luuungcr). — The 
Wasblugluii- Show Girls had two crowded 
h-nises Del. L'I». The Jolly Grass Widows 
;ll'l good business week of Its. The Tiger 
l.llles Nov. D-ll. bloplnus J'.'-IM. 

Iiiei.tiTV (Keating & Flood, managers) 
pinned Get. 110. with the Weber Family, 
Hnrne and ICilwards, I.eo White. Bruce and 
\ noper. Cordcll and Zerendn, Josh Wise, nnd 
1 he hlocraph. 

UAAXD IJ. H. Errlckson, mnnngor). — Sea- 
'j'li-.v, Viilll and company, Tot Young, Fred 
iiiilnton, the Gregg Brothers, the Great 
"'Mi.n, Hague nnd Herbert, and the Grandl- 



, <>!»» (.1. II. Uirlchson. uiuuugt't'). - licicr 
, •!:■! LMmttv. MjIcSip. i«:a L' Vksui. 

:•■ i/U.Jt lUtstt, J. C. i'.!::, i:i:t::i 'J=J 

' v'.:U-::, Lni tic- £;i:;<.::p;-. 

. .-«:■; 'KaJtiSt * riooi. uacagi.-t) — 
v*MC of f,fi, tbr r.yrU Slid Co., ia "Cis 

bwut 4 iJaughter." 



I I I »,' l 



M A INK. ' — ■» 

I'urt Intnl.— At the .li'fferson (Calm * 
!;'BWti mnnngersi Ibe Juno's KeuneUy Slock 
'n. bail Millsfar-lorv bnslncs net. ."O-Xov. 
* "TIik Islo of Spier" 7. K Murks Hroii.' 
<"'i">dy i». 11. |l, Primrose Mlustrels W, 

I "RTi.AMi (J. K. Moore, tuunager).— • 
bonked til | ■ Kimr and Sinclair, Lew Sully, 
Augumn Glow, K„rd and Wllsou. tin •%«■< 



glipper Post Office. 

In order to nvold nilatnkea nnd to 
tnanre the nroinpt delivery of tbo 
letters ndvertlaed In thla list, an 
envelope plniuly nddreaaed mnat be 
sent (or enob letter, nnd a ivrltten 
order (or tbo letter, sinned with tbe 
(oil name and address and tbe line 
of business followed by the sender, 
mast also be enelnsed. 

Please mention the date (or num- 
ber) of the CLIPPER In whloh the 
letters sent (or vrcre advertised. 
i.a i>n:s* list. 



Anderson. Dot 
Arnold, lndoli 
Arnold, Mml.in 
Arnold, Jcuslco 
AiiKla 

Adeline. Laura 
Allen, Idu 
AIiih'h, Mnrle 
AriKild, Maud 
Adirie, Mile. 
AIUhoii, V&Hsle 
Amieltn. Mile. 
ArniHlroiig. 

Mrs. in ii I. 
Armour Virginia 
Adtiins. Clm-u 
AIIInihi, i-:ioi.c 
Bunks, Alice 
nrynul, l-'lur 
Deuufuril. 

Miirtlui J. 
Uhjiicliaril. Hue 
lloweu, 1. 1 n n 
Blggur, Ixibi 
llrjiiut, Viola 
llriiv. Uei.*i 
lleutley. .leiiule 
Boot, Delia 

llninillle. 

Murgurct 
llnblwlii, 

Theresa 
Illulr, Aiusdeii 
Boyle Mrs. U.II. 

BurU'OII. Amrlln 

Burtpn Minn Itoy 
Baldwin. K1I1111 
Brooks, Jcauue 
Biiielay (lertid. 
lientley. Jeun'o 
r.rouk, Ueul'Klo 
llenkiT, l.l'.zli: 
Burdell, IVII.i 
Burnett. 

Cliurlolle 
t^oeruill, KIhii . 
Cliuriuou Itosell 
Cameres ll»'i-si'i 
Chester, l.ii/n- 
i«-i:. It. 
Cleveland I'klllb 
Chew, liniili- 
rnr-oii. May 
Curtis. Alice l'\ 
I'ln-slju, Alice 
Crane, i-jion 
Collins Dnrutby 
Curcy, Jennie 
Curltuu, llll-dlo 

CloiHe. I.en.i 

Curew, Mubel 
Crelghuiu, 

Ariivllc 
Curew, Widow 
Cjii'mui, i;i-on;le 
Ciilllir. May 
r.bireuee Sl;|i-n 
t.'ustlc, l.riur.i 
Clyiini' Mm liA 
Pfrw, Klujue M. 
Dleklusuu, ' 

JUlnbcth 
lielmore, Mrs. J 
Huvlv. Lnuru 
liovereaiis, Pell 
liiivls. I'ivn A. 
Doiioviiii, I'.'iuiua 

lie Lisle, Min- 
Unvls Mrs.K. I- 
Uliiiean Vli'Klulii 

DliriMliI l'rnlil.le 

Uelinore Mrs. .:. 
Uouglnss Mrs.w 
D'ArvIlIe, Irene 
Uebiioiv Aileluiii 
Kesinoiiil Lllllmi 
Dorian, Berlbu 
Imny, Little 
nimiile, IKilly 

l'Allli:., Mil)' 

Klilrc, tlrne«> 

l-'.luier. Millie 

]-',inersou, Mury 
laiyluinler, . 

enroll 
Liirle, .lull.i 
Mvaus, Mnrlo 
lsnuieriililu, 

Mublc 
Kwrett Klslers 
l-lshi'. Until \V. 
l-'ruuke], li'miuy 

Flllllkllll. 

I.villn 1'. 
Felix I.jdl.i II, 
Plulley, Asues 



Alpl'n Trio 
A II vn, K. S. 
Allen, V. H. 
Alilo. Miik 
Austin. II. S. 
Alton, liny 
Abbott, .Marlon 
Adiuiis, Andy 
Ackcruimi l-MJk 
Arnold, A. M. 
Austin, li. 
Ainburk ■ All 
AndetssD, XV. 
Aimtlu. t'ntil 
Aiideuou, 

Noi'ionii 
AbU.lt, Msrloii 
Abruliums llobt, 
Barron, tleurge 
Burrle, O«iri;o 
Brixton, I.. I.. 
Browne, Tom 
Bennett * Bits 
Bartietts Music. 
Bloom, Jacl: 
Brooks, M'lilter 
Brooks, VA. 
VnuKi Vtm 
Vuvttnar Kd« 
U:tr;-. " 

mwM 

Boyu, CaA(u*a 
Bura». Mjnri-/: 
B.nkson, KtV 
KulhnAB. Jos. 
Balky, B. K. 
iiryan, Vlueeiit 
Kirrire, Jiwcpli 
lli-llul. J. 
Uaulz, J. C. 
Haupl, lii'irni' 
lien [on. 1'. II. 
I.iireliiy. 

Prof. W. A 
Dr-nali A Mill'- 

lirooki's, II. 
Durlclll, Ji'5 



l-rnncls, Blelle 
1'ulr. Plor. 
i'lilco, Nellie 

I'lllivelle. Maud 
riUllllllirlee, 

Mrs. J. \V 
l-'o\, lluttle M. 
l-'nineK May 
l'-| injinr i , Klsle 
Oorduu, Kdllli C 
lllhbs, Annie 
IIIIhoii, Lolly 
llarrlly. I.l/.ile 

Ulliee, Knoll. I 

liiiiiiiioi Anna 
tiiiKiioue. Belie 
iiiijleiil, Bonnie 
(lisslwlu. lien 
UVIscy Sirs. 11.11 
IIIImoii. Nora 
hi mi Miiy 
liltro, Mary 
linn My Florence 
BlvsXir/i ik'Kslu 
lilrnrd, Mmie 
llnbliH, Mu/.le 
louK, Kthel 
llouier, bi'oi-i- 
Iiniilil.iii. M my 
llllllm-d. Helen 
llniie. Vera 
lli.nl.,. Miss A. 
Iluwtliorne Amy 
llolzer, Kmlly 
llrii/iii, Ida II. 
lfayter, Janet 

llerlM-l'l Mlllldl- 
lllll-ie, Mulvl 

jlowaii, Alice 
ilyilv, Marlon 
llures Kntlierlii 
Hull, Nellie 

llnyden. .Mjrlle 
ltellls, Loralue 
Ifewnril. Mrs. L 

llehii -ll»-i„-. 

. Hell 

llnrrlsuii, 

MllKurel 

bniillli.il. M iv 
II. .in I, bill I. in 
Mil. lii, lleh'ii 
Ibiilinu.iy Alice 
I In i limine Belle 

HllKllCK, M-nlte 

IlimllllltS, Mabel 
llleke.v. KiIiiii 
Hull, Curulluo 
llrHch, llusaiai.i 
Ibilbiilnj. It. 

I vn r , i.orile 

.ll.llllMlll, Mllllll 

Jiiuiico Ji'uncite 
Toy & (Jlalnii 
i.-i-iiiio, HUhjI 
Kllia, Alice 

Mount, I anil so 
h'inib ./"lo ii. 
Kclsc.v Jlrs.il A 
KliiUHbyrii, Joy 
Kii-iic. MnVlon V. 
Hrnwer Mrs. u. 
Kerr, Kdnn 
LuUuuut I'iiiiIIii" 
l.e Hoy, Murlo 

ley. lUsii 
Mttlvnelil. Mrs. 
Lucy A; Liieler 
Lime, A. I'\ 
Llvhiimtou ,MI*s 
>.\ull. Binoche 
laiwreuce 'lessle 

l.eoio. l.ollie 

belsbtoii. . 

Nellie A. 
U'Wls, JIIks II. 
I/imi-II. Bllllielic 
(.uiiitunl, Bessie 
l.lnJley. Lllelhl 

love, Kim 
U« True Violet 

l.uviirilee AllleM 
l.eliil-d. I'lur. 
I,} le. Daisy 

Ixiwell, Bbiucbe 
:,yull. laivu 
buiieusler. 

i. mi. oi M. 

I.'-.. nr. vil Abys 

II let t, Himle 
Murlnn. CrfU 

MiiltlamI Mnilae 
M tut In TlirresaL 
Myers, Mrs.J.W 

Miiiiii. Ilbuu-iie 

Murruy, May 
Mortimer Louise 

GUNTLUMU.VS LIST. 
Hanks, Sertit. 
I'.i'liiioiK, 11. 
.turns, 1". D. 
arum ,K. Jt. 
Ilounl, It. Hi'.-.) 
Biifi')-, K It. 
[Iivini, C Jt. 
Biirlley, J. A. 
Bruno, (Sua 
Blulr, Horry 
[treiiiuins, .Mils. 
Uelu.oiil, 

vriisen 

lieid.er, 1'r.iill: 

Urlluur, It. 0. 
Dunks, J. 'I. 
[iowumu, l'red 
Uryun, Tom 
lleek, 3. V. 
arooks, K. It. 
Cnrnes, 0* M. 
Uiker, Hurry 
Darke, Tnia 
Black, Starr A: 
i'ros 
H.ithrlrl:, It. II 
Rernnril. riinrle 
I el I .>. III. lend 
Ul.'ou C'-'i'. ! nil 



Mciiinr, Curolta 

Murks, Mnttle 
Melrose rmuklo 

Mellllle. liolilli; 

Mjrlle. Helen 

Me.Morrls. 

Ili-rlliu 

.Merino. 1. Illl. in 
Miirlell. little 
Mer.M-te in. 

Sirs. II. 
.Mny. H.-izel 
Murluwe, I. oil 

Morrison, lin/i-I 

Morttuier, J.*au 
Murliielln. Vent 
MeVev, Kiiiuai 
Murell, Alll-e 
Nevuni, Annie 
Newitlilli, Kale 
Nell.-oii, May 
Nelsun, Slible/ 
Ntdlsou, I'i-.u l 
Nccmun. KrelllW 
i ini I. Allele I'. 
I'luchcK, l°.dllii 
I'lillUTuy, Annie 
'cuts, Dessk* 
cuts, linl^y 
rickert, ilrnee 
I'loni.eii Illimeli 
I'el kliiN. I ' n-rle 
I'lenv. Until 
Itituiley SI . rets 
1(1", Violet 
Hrcics, Heb.'ii 
IlobliiHon, Klliel 
Itiibli. I. nr.ilne 
lloyiuouil. Killth 

belllier. III,. 
KilHHolle, llsllier 
lilcliimii'il. 

Mrs. II. L. 

boy, All.eila 

ltoia'i's. Mm i.i 
Ityuii, DckhIi! 
Itlehiints May M. 

Minnai.-r-i. /.elan 

Sllllierlilllil, 

MuKidlo 
Stewart, I. lulo 
Miveury, Miss 
Koraent, May 
simile. Clnlro 

MiimI, Anne 

buville, Lily 

Sli.rr. Lisle 
.Slant. nine l.nbt 
S|ieiiei r, Helen, - 
Slonl, Jestlc If. 
Kloau, iiliincliu 
huuieson, 

Knthcrlno 
Smith. Mi -'.ii ii. 
Slnitleloii l.llll.iii 
Stronir. I. ul.i 11. 

Snyder. l[..-e 

Kuyers Mufirnret 
Sl|aw. Bissii' 
'fhurnloa HoiiiiIo 
Tutucr. Clara 

Inn. Llllllll 

Tobln, Mny 
Texaim, Nellie 
Taylor. Mao 
Tale, Lllim 

In. inns, (irni'ie 
Tin li 11 ll. MISS 

Wilder lleieu A. 
IVaslilmru, Menu 
Wllllurd, Daisy 
Wild, Madxu 
SMiichesler. 

Marlon 

WHIInulS. linse. 

Wilson, Delia 
H'altinun, Auulo 
Wallace, I'lo 
Winters. 

Jofetiblne 
Wheeler B, M.Z 
Wllltnuia, Lulu 
Whidoin, 

Conslunce 
Wilbur, lleiilni 
While, Mrs. It. 
\\ Illinois Malllil 
West, l-.ih.-l 
Wilbur, Bade 
Wiirner. Wooimn 
Whlluvy. Moy 
Wnril, l-.'io.i 
Wllhiril, Iti'llu 
Allee 
lunelto 
Miss 



Wilson, 

Yoiuiir, . 
Zuuipi, 



ia;>l 



J.j - «er.«i 

E;e;i2iii Music 
Brows L Wriiib 
baler. P. 1. 
Bortra. Arllnir 
Biiiilfuce ll.i'.J 
ben Hnmlily . 

Alsbiib'll 
lli.'ol.i.s, Carney 

BurlbliloUHnv, 

lb-Til" Jf 
Ih.ikiT A«'or .!••: 
Iiolloy. K. X. 
Jnb-cdo. J. 
«;iiiv.,ll. 
,<:iive(l«'. II r. 

'.&&:& a) 



Chiiiu|ilon, .Inek 
Crouch >V 

ltlebnrili 
iliisliiii.-io, I-'i'iiiiU 
Jvockelt, W. K. 
CYise. Paul 
Juutpliell, lanifs- 
villu J'.llly 
Cosle, M. It. 
h-liiiinlns. Dun 
Julllui, Moollo 
Jualle A: Colllim 
Juleiuuii, ll'iviiu 
JHBord, Will 
Hurler, A. 11. 
iirr, G. II. 
AHinelly Ailiiur 
larler, Trauk 
inilr.ii, W. !•'. 
'iirrln, Jiillns 
inikley, SI. 1'. 
Iiissrlll, John 
;rnne, Lorry 
:ot, George 
;arpentcr, .1. F. 
Jullin, J. II. 

.OllnllS, 'I'll.- 

Jiiybr, J. II. 
.'urta'j. Lille 

;Ulpma. t. f 

.rave.- W.-;. (ft. 
dOM, K. W. 
iibntn. Lillio 
:i|fton, J. D. 
'onlry. J. It. 

Irin.e Urns 

liilruuin l-'r.niK 
.Clay. II. 

laillldlisliiitn, Al. 

Itoloy. A. sv. 

l-iilillibt'll. .1. .VI. 

(.Iievsiler. II. 0. 
ObuMWi K. V. 
!i>i1iiiuii, l!o)d 

H'olli-e. Jaek 
ll^ll|»nti'r OM.l.j 
X'ifU'UU, ^f.1.,1 



I'lllvel't, l.e-ioiiii] 

Curew, J. K. 
Carlton, II, li. 

unlir, Mr. 
Cvuli-ii ■ 

lbisliii.> 
I'liimllll!. I'. II. 
l.'lmsi', rluirle- 
Crtwliinil, U. II. 
Ciistellnue, Tony 
I'lilluhiiu, Join'pli 
Connor, J. ,1. 
(.'urauiutHh. Mr. 
Clirtmi, J. D. 
Cuiuuilnirs. 

Forrest 

fiilsnll & Nililo 

Cully's, Musi, al 
I'umoii, Kit 
I'tisliiniio, Frank 
Liars, li II. 
Chirk Ac I'lireiv 
Dure, I-'. N. 
Dclno, Bert 

lletllneer, (bu 

Duly,' Clinrles 
Drake. C'linrh-< 
Durllnit. 8. F. 
Dixon -v Holni.il 
Duly (s O'llrlen 
DcBoiuly Mrucsl 
Dee, U'wlo 
Do HuK Hurry 
Downing. W. L. 

1 lnveii|N.| I. t'.i'l, 
Deslloebi-l'i J. II. 

Diviinsey Ilarry 
Diiuisel, F. 1'. 
Darlluit, I'nsl 
Dnuuluss Bynei 
Devlne, i:. .1. 
DutlKe, M. A. 
Drmiielly, J. II. 
DeLiilii. Hurry 
IVy, dairies 
in . vl.lv. n, SI. B, 
De.Motle, 

Anthony 
DnvlM, Will 
Di'slibiKbiii -\.C 
Diiwsoii At Bmiili 
Dulryiuple W.H. 
Dciiim, JoseirU 
DnvldMon, A. V 

Do W. I. 

Dudley a 

Cheslyu 
Dulley, F. *. 
De KorrK Joe 
li.M.iie Allen 

Helm Id:- ill l'. A 
He mil,-. (I. A. 
Him lljiorl. A. II. 

Ilriikc, J. T. 
Di'iiilni;, An, in- 
Denver, Artliur 

Hllllllie. a. f. 

Drake, J. T. 
Db-ksiiii, J. IS. 
Di'Noyer tc WiipI 
Di'Ariuo, Hurry 
Deuoyer, J. A 
I in hi.ij n A-. Booth 
liarrln, .loi- 
Doyle, SV. It. 
De lii.inh , 

Prof. Fred 
Di'iuhiK, Arllnir 
Dorney. BUD 
Do Ferris, -loe 

llenlon. U. !■'. 

Deluiore, Tun 

Dm 'lull William 
Devlin.', llai-ry 
Duvls, K. F. 

ll.lllll Is, I'. )I. 
Ill-all, belli' 

Ililny. .Kdillii. 
Is-iviir, I'nif. 

Dolllir, lleoine 

llhhclls, A. it. 

I nil ,V I, en 

bonnet t, Hurry 

bunneiMin ChuS. 
llinlnell Cbiirles 

I'.dUIOIKlH. 

Abruliuin 
Kills, Juek 
Cvans, A. It. 
Kllsivorlb F. 1 
Hinery, Win. 
Kniey, V. T. 
Libvurds, Al 
I'alwiirils, II. V 

Ksviwr, F. 

Kills A.W.bluck 
KilwiiriB, tl.' B. 
Klmuro & 

Bnrllilt 
Kibvnnb, (J. D. 
Kno, II .W, 
|.'.slerbnsik Fred 
l-Mus. K'l. 
Kbnriidorr W. CI 
l-'ilb-kH, loan 
FoiIst, Mens. 
1'urnerson Alht. 

I'll.Vlilli, S. 
l-'llll.e, C. II. 

Fox, J. K. 
I-'liiWl SV. ,V. C. 
I'lench. P. It. 
Flint, Dnujihiii 
lnrln". Harry 
l'uller. L. .1. 
Fox, II. A. 
"Form'* 
Ferguson, I. M. 
Frlnk, F. J. 
Ferguson A 

SVutmci 
Fltipotrlck l'.J 
Prely. J. A. 
Folnnin, Friink 
Fields. II. lb 
Fnrillirftu, A. 
r..sti-r. I-'runk 
Fern, Sid 
l-'cnloii, M, .1. 
lls.-lier. Clnil'bl 
Fuil-childs, 

I .ii ini 

I I. 'I-, ''I a I: . 

Fits, J. SV. 
losse. L. J. 
Filmier, Jess 
I'VluilnK, Lun.-'H 



Could, K. II. 
ibith, Karl 

Ibll, bluest 

liriNiDii, Albert 
(Jreeii k Werner 

Ibirtlek, Itlcbill'll 

Harris, J. M 

I In vn*--. Maurice 
Ilnnnrd. .bn-k 
Hiyer, tllyile 

I baler I. J. J. 

Henrys. J. 11. 
llotiiliiK, L. I' 
HelKton. SVnl- 
lle & Lottie 

IlllMIIIIV. I'll.lH 

Hall, li. M. 
Houston tc 

Diillns 
Hull, lllllllll 

Ibjldlltf, V. .1 

Iliihlen. Harry 
Hinckley Fanpnio 
lloliiioii. Harry 
lluiigcrford, 

Billy 
Hurls, Musical 

Il.i lamer l\ A 
Herls-rl, In. -lis 
lbiynes. J, It. 
Hun I. I'. A. 
Hawkins Stunly 
lllrnrhlmrir. (I 
llurey, John 
Ileus ,Mr..'.MrsC 
lb uly. Tbn 
Ibiyucs. Tim 
lliimlnt,---. tiny 
I Indues, M alter 
lburlH ft 



Slnrrlssey, T. I*. 
Slnyluird, Kdwhi 
.Mrilieney. J. J. 
Mnek.-i . tieorge 
.Mcliiiiiiilp J. II. 
Mcl'iirinni-k. 

Frank 

Miiiinln;. Joo 
Munnliig. In A. 
Mntilgoiuery Kny 
Miirkivi«sl, II. ft 
Mock, Oscar 
Mnrkiillh. 

Wilbur 

Mann. Dnnuy 

MeS'ulr. J. it 
Moss, A. I>. 
Murk, Wilbur 
Meyers. \V. II. 
Mcn-dlili. K, I'. 
Moslu-s. T. II. 
Mnnlrove, l-'rollk 
Maclteynolila 

Iron 
Muck, W. II. 
McDowell. 

.Mi'll-uirn 
.Murphy, j.ihcjiii 
Mnnnliiiii, C. J. 
Mimbe, i ii Sydney 
Mack. Bobby 
Marvin. Jack 
Mnrkidl. Ibivc 
Morris ft Parker 
Mull ae-aiiv, 

Arllnir 

Mas. in ft Keelar 

Sillier. SV. A. 
Sln.-koy. L. 11. 
iM el inni III. Mike 



Walters Slerrlck. J. V. 
Ilolroiub lb-rbt 'Mi'imey, M. .1. 
Knrtn. Musical Sliihnru, SV. A. 



.iiicksous, TsrM Slayers, ll. (;. 
l.iiies DiMgluu iSltillliews, C. 
Jesepb, 11. A. .Mil. Nell. I). A. 
Juris, Diiuimlo iMnyo. Alfnnl 
Jerello F.ujtcim Mueller, F. SV. 
.Inrvls, D. II. Mu.viii.nl. bdiiin 
JiibiiNin, Carroll Miller, Crlsllo 
John.oii, Joo Mull's, I.. M. 
.lorduii. Al .Mtdyiieaiix Arlh. 

.li. i. ii ■■.. ii. ll- ail. -s Mlll.-r, B. M. 
loliiison ft < li .nit Mcllrlde, lbn-ry 
Kaufnuin, .lack -Morrlsaey, T. 1' 
Koch, II. B. 'Mutes, Jisy 
Kia.M'le-i, J, II. 'Nelson, M. '1. 
b ha ball ft Nelson, T. It. 

Donovan Nolan, Dan 
ICclblur, M. J. .Nye, Harry 
Kennedy, North, Frank 

Memphis Nawn, Tom 
Kolb., J. SV. Norton Allnakell 
Keen. Julliiu .Noble. Billy 
Ivi.owliiiiil l.'rnnk Newell, Hd. 
Iieiiiie. Hurry Nevuni.. Joseph 
Kerslinw. Hurry Nye, Franklyn 
Keller. SV. V. Nidser, Henry 



Ibililuinl, I'nsl 
lender. SV. J. 
lutTer, SV. A. 

lliHlei:, r i a. in, i' 
Hull, i ■iinilii 

Hull, IJ. X. 

Iloilges. SV. M. 
Hale, SV. J. 

Iliileiuilhe. I'l'lll 

Harris. J. II. 
Ileruluiuli, F. It, 

llelltlian Sir. 
H.manl Bros. 

Ilnrles. U. K. 
lllKgiiKon, L. L, 

iiiii'io lriif .las. 



Mnoney, Jane* 
Mnys, Carl ■ 
SliicKulghl. 

Aiulrrw 
Moore. T. .1. 
Mi-n-iiiiii. H. K. 
Mi-I'iii Ian, Ibsi, 
MeNliilit. II. A. 
Muarolls, The 
Matt, W. 
Slusnii ft Hart 
Slain. II. 
Malay. Dun 
Monroe, Muck ft 
MWIrMS 
Sllncs. I'. J. 



Ibivileii Miiralial Slarshnll ft Klntf 



nnie. wnii. 
Hurst, Frwl 
.Inrvls. A. lb 

.li.lni'iai, .l.i-i- 



Sliiiliard, las' 
Sluri.liy, T. II. 

Mine, Mti.-.l 
Miiiiii. William 



Kciuietlv, ' 1 
Kulilcr, i.i . 
Kennedy, S. A. 

Kr.iia.-r -. The 
b'l-niiy. lb-Hi-;" 
biiriuoiil, Mr. 
I-',., rner. (I. .1. 
Kiiei.lev, Charles 
Keller. ]. A. 
Klni'iihl, J. A. 
biHiiily. SV. 0. 

klillit ft I bi/.-.olo 

Koler. II. I. 
Kiiiih'Ics, .1. II. 
Kingdom lb :,. 

bad.-e Abllt'l 
Mill, Ike 
liurxwell. b.iui.- 
KluasM, .1. A. 
Keuey. J. J. 
Kelhir fiipl.W.F 
Li'ercher, M. A. 
Leeiiood Oliireue 
I ciii'iird, Hurry 
Injrre. SVllllnin 
Le Clnlr. W. '! 
beoliaril, C. SV 
! .a villa. J. A. 
I. u lie, 1'. P. 
Lewis, I'. H, 
l.eiil i, Mr. 
Lull!. SVIlllum 

Minify, sv. M, 

l.lsnlk, llllllll 

l.ylio, .tu no- 1 
laiMsori AL 
beiiruisl, U. T, 
l.ueaw, Ibnirnc 

l.i-iilii.iy SVIlllum 
beil'lH. ll. A. 

bin liilil.l, Nell 
buveiuler. Oeo. 
lee, Allen 
I.yle, Tom 
l/jveridge. 

John Jr 
be Hoy, Curt 
bn.Mnek. Hurry 
U'loi'S, II. It. 
Inn-kin. Joluinlti 
i.n Driav, Paul 
I,. mn C.l|ll.<I.A. 
I.n /one, Frisl 
bowls Frederick 

l.iav.leii, A. II. 
1,1 IM- lie. Will 
I.n /die. Ililir 
bowls. II. It 



Froeher Ilenuau bliulKtmin C. I-'. 



Frisk, F. a 

Frosln, CIiiii-Ich 
I'oinl, I/iral 
Fowler, F. D. 
l'ulnmi, Matt 
Iiirbio, S. 
Fairs, C. T. 

Fob \. W. 

I'iIimcI. 'oh 
i. tho;-, CkJtl'J 
f.Unrcy, i. B. 

OsWES. & V- 

c,]adftor.f. fa* 
bolder, billy 
firH'nwar, H. 
Oeene. I. L. 
Oraliniiie If.irol'l 

l.arretl. Al 

dandy. U. li. 

(iuudwln A 

(loi.bllll 

llonloii, Hob 
Omni. Fail 
ttlrvse, il- II. 

Ilea/. ill-. A'lolpb 
Ibirvlr, Kdill<! 
lassrsv, J. K. 
Cuvrilit. J_. X, 



Leonard. IM. 
LnueaKter, John 

I iill'ie. II. H. 

UwlB, O. B. 

Leslie. Bert 

Li-aeue. Jiitne^ 

l.ii'liiir. Harry 

I elorl. \\. I\ 

l.,lo. . I il'iic 

l.itbiitite, .'. U. 

Llr.1t-.-'. Hi::/ 

I. live, *£:• 

r.anttt. J. 

I.jltentcrger TAlM, C. J V/; 

Letvorii ftpislido Iter,". 0. R. 



Mbbo ft 

Horde, e.ll 

Nelson, J. II. 
Ni-wiiihii. C. A. 11 

Nll-n II, T. It. 

Norworth. .Inek 
Norrla, Will 
Ourl. It. L. 
fl'Toelt, J. 

flst.irn, Josenli 
(blnilli, F. II. 
Oitllle. C. F. 
iMwr, be i-i -n 
Owen, SVnlluci' 
Oiilibuul, llnrvey 
I'blloiiion, Carl 
l'i riinailer line 
Purklas, K. M. 
Piilllu, The 
Polk ft Collins 
Perry, K. K. 
Phelps. Vernon 
Pnyccn, Kilw. 
Patten ft Perry 
Pennywltt D. p. 
Pbrono, Mr. 
Price, J. 11. 
PHIinui". Tho 
Parks. James 
I'l-nwiir.lln. 

liuncan 
Peel. Sell) 
Phelps, Kugrno 
polls ft I'ntUi 
Paul, II. SV. 
Parks. C. SI. 
IVrrerw, Slolis, 
Proiil), C. II. 
Piiw-ii. Joseph 
I'nsl, ItllllUi 
Palmer, law 
Prossef ft 

Diuiuond 

Pis.i. a, 

Picket ft 

Whippier 

Peters. SV. It. ' 
Prlliliuril, SV. II 
Piiiiun ft Perry 

PI. Illliiiii- MctlCo 
(Jlllgg. Jall'l 

i.'alnl.-y. ,lav 
lioucll, Dulllel 
b'llaaa I'. A. 

ItlchurdMui. 

Ilraeo 
Hauls ft Von 

b.-infienii 
Itobliiwiii, Win. 
ltemlngtou. I. (! 
bleknrd. SV. 8. 
Ilolfron- ,A. 
Held, J. II. 
Hue ft P.rnsche 
ItO'rnth.il lb 11. 
Ileol, Ferry 

llliS' ft WiMlTa 

KcdUilil L. .1. 
Lii-J. Cl.i'i'i 
Boyin'isJ. I . '/. 
kestlns, IL •■: 

bb-ar-v-s^. II. 



Lee, l( M. 
r*e. A. J. 

Lllx, Iborif" 
La SIolil. Fred 
I ..."n't, l.'rnnk 
Ijillose. SV. {■:. 
I a- Sure, I.. 
Mrrrluiiui. S.W. 
>'. -illiiol- I.', ll 

McOlll'lll- I'.ert 

Morris. William 
Man us. ib-ii" 



ReiiT Bros. 
illoeknnebl o. F. 
(Il/iherls Tliolor 

lleatfr. .-.i. J. N, 
Jllllcble. ArMuir 
llullo'rri.r.l Mm 
Item,. Kuxlla- 
iHslliniud A'loml 

!lt<m«r. P. <*. 

b'.l. li. son. II. lb 
It/iberlN. IL sv. 
Kiosle. bred 



Hitler, n, II 
Klo.A. ii. 
Held, J. II. 
Huasell, l-Jld 
besenlli.il. 

I 'inf. Dun 
Ui.in-iis. Allwrt 
Itlee. K. K. 
Iiossl. Hurry 
lleoib-k. F. A. 
lbs'. W..JI. 
Killer. Max 

ltnyiniiiiil, 1'. (I. 
Ibillilinrli. 1|U0, 

beivni.l Freilcrlc 
Sleputh. 1-: U. 
HIiiiw, K. D. 
Blewurl ft 

Itnyuionl 
hi rone, I-. II. 
Hiibn. Harry 
hollleri.. P. il. 
Kiiinsoii, Arthur 
hnlly Family 
Schocpf. W. J. 
Mnllli. F. SV. 
S|.lsni ll Urns. 
Hlutls. J JO. 
ttliariwteeii S'ern 
Sweeney, It. M. 
Swniisisi, O. K. 
tbarkey. 

Mr. ft Sirs. 
H I in in . Mux 
HI rung, Ha I an 
btuki-s. Jack 
Sberuinii, Ibilph 

tlllllths, Aerial 
Sinners, M. A. 
Shields. Frank 
S, ,11b,, a. I'. J. 
Sullivan, Denny 
Sir. vie A. II, 

Sin-ii.er, Walter 
Sillier. J. II. 

jrvisr, C. sv. 

Sin -il.lnii. J. it. 
Kislley, Hurry 

Stiib-y , ti. C. 

Sllllllilll ft 

Fun nee Tier 
Smith. J. A. 

Hb'lgieitcr, Aug. 
Kelbllll. Will 
Slnirk.-v. SVIll 
Striken, Hubert 
Ueun'y. Frank 
S.nll ft Millie 
Ulmiilytowii 

Trio 
Rimrks, K. -\. 
KlHsdinn. Win. 
Sm n I .i.i.-l J.J. 
rllieiinun. I. O. 
Hiiillh. F. II. 
bliil.'i.inii. 41. I' 



Snil III. Kite Waisl. Ilutipy 

Si'yiuuur, t'h-ia. \\yuian. Hurry 

Stephens, Paul West, F.ugcue 

Shannon, John Walsh, Tom 

llvirs, F. t). SVnlker, II. SV. 

Siilllinii. F. A. VVil.'.ii ft M. nan 

HtrmiMs, Frank Wnlerbury lleo. 

Helikiui, Welch. James 

A. Fahv. Wheeler. P X. 

Silver. Jack SVeleh, Fred 

Snviii.-i, Tin. SVebli, W. 

Swim. Willi, mi Welsh, J. ft 
Stanley. Jului Celln 

Stanley, II. >'. SVhsples, C. K. 

sl.crl.iiio. .1. W, SVIIIbmu, llerbt. 

Soule.ll. T. SVuitvii, «. It. 

Snow. il. W. SVIIks. A. II. 

Shenuou, I. ll, SVIIIInms, SVIll 

Siuiliflbi A Wells, W. J. 

.Shin-Held Way ne, A. J. 

Snyder, Hilly SVest ft I.n Hue 

Slevtn, J. \V. Wendoch. Tlios. 

Sehieder, John SVulle Com. d>. 

Sniuprs, M. A. Wllllums, It. lb 

Seluel. 11. It. Webster. U. II. 

Stevens. II. I). Wiles. A. J. 

ally. <luy SVeaver, Wink 

Tern-. SS'. ft II. SVIIcox, SV. W. 

Ten llrouk l.nni- SVrlghl, II, tl, 

ts'ri o. SVeslou Frniiivs 

Taylor, Henry Wilms, J. SI. 

'I Illinium, 0. 11. Wood. T. K. 

Trursilell. Wuril. Hnppy 

lliiivnvl Wllllullln, Unit 

Tnwnwnil II. I) WihnI, J, .1. 
Thoiiuis. Dnv Wens'ft Jtslge 
Tremnvni' .1. C. SVesllnnil, V. C. 
Trerrllbk II. I'JSVehner, Ibsircu 
Thatcher, llisi. Wlnim, I. is. Jr, 



Trupis'i-l, Hnrrv West. tk'Fnrrvut 
ThcHiison. Marry Womb*. I'relly 
Trejser, II. A. Wisiilwurd, ILA. 
Ti'imy, Krnesl Wild, W. II, 
Thorns*. J. SV. Wllllums, licit 
Ten Bnsike Lis. Wlnlleld, J. A. 
IVrn-. sv. II. mm. mis, <:. it. 
Tyco ft Jeriuon Wlllhuus Kmieii 
'II, inns,,,, K, W. Wright, J. II, 
Tluklium, .1. I,'. Wcli-li-Mon- 
To In 1 1, Mr. ' I rose Tnnipe 
le, T. P. Wehlnu, Dunubl 

Thomas A. ■!. Wllllliee. II. W. 
Taliuehlll K.liW Wblti'hlll, W. I-.. 
Tneker. J. P. iWiiylnirn, Nisi 
Van Allan, Hex IWeversen. IM. 
SiTiion, John iSVllsuii, F. II. 
Van belie, i. -Weaethind. V. 
VtMlmsrs. Tho IWslM.m, C. P. 
ViinderKiair. Wilder, M. P. 

Iletlliilli Vollllg, Hill.- 
S'liughl. A. I. Veil, Sum 
\. in. in Tiimpe Yoekney. J.C.K. 
\n -i. V. v. Youna. J in I. 
SVunl, ('. It. y.humcrnians, 
Wllley IV. Mien The 

SVIIIIuu-.il, Dan /.ulka, Carl 
SHli NUTICIC AT IIIOAII (IK LIST. 
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IMUW YOIIK HTATI'J 



HiiiTmIo. — At tliu Slur (P. li t.'ui'liell, inun- 
nurri "Uahes In Toylnml" week of Nov. tl. 
TIiouiuh Jefferson received most Kcnerous 
treat uieiit last week, nnti Alien Fischer dlil 
very well. "Mrs. LellliiKweU'H lloola" ami 
I'.lniiilii- Walsh divide next week. 

I.VCKIIM (J, laiiighlln. initiiiiKcr). — Tho 
Shuliorl Ac Ilelusco iilirnclliins will be Iiiiiiiku- 
i-nii'd thla week with "'1'hu lleurt of Mary- 
land." 

Niiiia's. — For (I und week : Avon Cometly 
Four. Ferry Conway, Jumna !•'. Donley, Daisy 
Ilurcolirl, .Murphy uml Nichols, II. oylvitnu, 
Taylor and Holmes, unit iitcturcs. 

I.Al'AVHTTi: (C. M. IlNRK, iuiiiuiK''r). — Tho 
Orlcutills, wllh Itiuiiii's serial wrnstlluK uli'ln, 
this week. Tint Alcuziir lieuiillos hull big ro- 
eelpts bisl week. 

(I.MtiiiiN-. - -Muitiiyji'l' Mi-.Miiboii nlTei's tliu 
I/oiiilou Holies till. Tin; Parisian Widows 
und lien Welch did kohiI business last week. 

I'uNVb.vruiN IIai.i. (II. L. Meech, cuatu- 
dliiu). — MliniiKcr Louis SV. (lay bus the Pitts- 
burg Orcbcstrn hooked for aevuiul concerts. 
I'liuuia Kami's later. 

TfcTK (I*. C. Cornell, munnirer). — Mary 
Mnrlde, In "Ninny Ilinwn," Is tho present 
OiTeriuK. Mb" l-'u.v did fairly well. 

Acaukmy (P. (!. Cornell, luanutfer). — 
"Confemlons uf a Wife" Ibis week. Lottlo 
WllllaniH pleaueil lilg italherliiKM. 

Xhtk, — Herr Victor WolqpUtK Kcliwnrt* 
Is cundiii'tlile i iliiuraiilrt uf the Oriiucua Krnu- 
luu Society liere. 

a 

Alliiuiy. — At tlin I'hnplrc (Frank Wll- 
lhuus, ivhldeiil liilillUb'en till) Hliiiiiirncl: 
drew a K'x'd shed nudleiieo Nov. 1, "Thn 
Ynukeu ('iiiiiitnil," -I. played to two big 
houses, Alice P'tseher 8. 

1 1 aii ii a -. t .-, BumCMM H.M.b (II. II .Iiinnhs, 
luaiiUKor). — The Ituys, Oct. !I0, eamo In (tooil 
nllcllilllTlic. •"I'lii; l-'ii I il I SVeihllllK" did fnlr- 
Iv well Ul. Nat M. will m lllled Ibe thviilro 
Nov. J. "Fur lliu llrollior's Crime," 'I- 1, 
hud fluid business, "Fails by Mgbt" (I N, 
"inibl Hiisiiui" ''11, 

1'imtToli's (llow.'inl (irnhiiin. resident. 
urn mi gee i. — I 'mill Mil week progi a in in" be in 
nib"] this theatre. Hill for ll mid week : 
Joseph Hurt mill Ctiii'iu lie Mur, Lnonlnu 
Luiireul/., C'milleld anil Ciirllon, Mile. Ce- 
leste, Walter C. Kelly, Cnvumi. tbo Threo 
Yoscttrvs, uml tin; lllnplre I'lly Qiturletle. 

(lAigTV (II. B. Nichols, hiumiicor). -Tbo 
Tincuderu IlitrlcHiiiiei's uptieared lo inlvait- 
luge lust .week. Clink's Jersey Lilies llur- 
li'M piers Oil 

. , a 

Traiy. — At Hand's Opera House (II. T. 
Tuoiiumoll, iiiiiiiiiki'i-I "Itnfns Itiistiis" hud n 
KoimI LiNise ibl. 'M. "F'ir Ills llriilher's 
Crime" drew well Nov. I. "Tim Vnnkee Con 
Kill'' lil'eil the house -'. Nut M. SVItls bait u 
(.'nod house .".. "Irolu Uiik.i In It'clies" Inn! 
(.'Onll ll isllless 4, Tho Itrltl-Xclsntl Hxlil lib:. 
tiires 4, "No Mother In liuhle Her" II. "The 
Iteileuiptlon of Ilitvld I'orsun" 111, "(III tho 
IlrbJir,. nt Mldnllthl" II. 

I'llWKHl'H (IlllHWlll.ll *W. II. •Il'lllllllll, 

res'dcut niuiisRerl. — IIIk houses lust week. 
Illil week of ii. I.ph 'I hoinpsou's nleiilinnlK, 
OtOfge t-'. Duvls, Cromi Hrolbers. Dnrothv 
Konlon, Colby nnd W.iy, Philip Itllcy and 
Da lav I.f'lRhii.n. 1'i.sler and Instcr, Throe 
lie, ii" ii 1 and ■'Luster." 

Lvii.isi a At. W, l-'reiinuil, inn linger >. ■■ 
Tin- M.ilfni "h.-illr. SDH, i„. ,i i «,-n ibe 
oi'iiitn- !••'!. ht I!n. UjiiLm-. Vv: :!•'■! ' 
• I ( : .... To I' IM li ' •'••;i.l: >>'. C. 

u-oy.vi. iV,'. ii. t\»:U, numuMfi. — Illcs i. 
tarti,.-. '; Illjr Oaiity Co. drew wk nturec lust 
weak, trcicjdcto Burlcwiuers booked week 
of li. 



Mainline. 1 i.iiik Kmlferil C. II. 



Cirsiyju, VV , A, UcUoiniU Itglna bofvU, W. U. 



t.tls-H Al Hie Majestic IXhtibcrl llros., 

iiianiiKeiMi "Slaves of the Mill" drew well 
(lei. :w. 1,'reslun Clarke. III. was well re- 
ceived, lamest HoKllll, In "Itnfns Kuslits." 
Willi mi excellent eiilufeil louipmiy, Nov. I. 
l-'lii" Kioiiery, coiiil costumes uml b'nud MclbiR 
iiiiiib- the piny very eitlerlululiiK. tl will 
iiliiliiublililli meet With Slleeess. "I'liibriilieinl 
Wilson" did well '-', "Ou Ibe Iirliluc Hi Mid 
nliflii." <>. 1. hud ii»'sl hiisiiu'ss. Tb'iiulis 

Jcaur.ua u, ^j:.v l";,<.^.> 7, "i".-um bCJ tu 



Itlehes" 8. "Purls bv MkIiI" !>, "No Mother 
to Uiilile Her" Id. 1 1. 

(i.-i'iniiM (Wlliucr ft Yimeiit, milliliters i. 

— Bill this Week: Clrillil uml llmd ', "The 

Sunny Soldi," llrolliirs Dniiiiu, Heshiiiul 
iiinl Sillier. S.-ilbu- ami Ihiiburello, Mr. nnd 
Sirs. Hull III. hi Charles ami .luck Ahem 
mid Hie kliU'Lici'iiidi. 

Dkwiiv MllHli! 1 1 AM, ilhivld llnrr.v, innnii- 
f.i'i-1.- VS'eck of li : ChoU mid lirtinl. Jessie 
Sliinley, H'likdnd nnd Mm, Phelps nnd 
Sharp. laliih M, ,ni. lab. I. Illl-,,, .Mlllmi, 
tjuli'.liin mill llowiii'th and llliiinhe De Cotrel. 
« 

ItaielivNler — At tbe Lyceum (SI. \\. 
SS'nlrr, niuniiuer) TIioiiiiim .li'lVei'sun piesenteii 
"Hill Van Winkle," In lur«c iiiulleines Nov. 
II. -J. K. S. Wllhiril b's, Lawrenco D'oimiy 
lib II. 

N.M-iiiN.lb (Max llurllif, iiiiiiinRer).- - 
Ynrke ami Ailums, Del. Illl Nov. I, bud o\. 
cellent tviunts, Jessie Sine Hull, In "Tlc> 
Ml reel Slnp'r," plnycil to ituud slr.ed Iiiiiim's 
'.' -I, Nul M. Wills ii-s. "Sherlock llolinc-i' 
tl 11. 

C'SiK Di'iitt.v llni si: (J, II. Mnoi-e, man- 
niter).— Iliindreils luriu'd mviiy. Hill ll nnd 
week: McSluhuu's Mlnslrel Malik, Hliertiiim 
und He Fares!, Five Plrnsriiilis. It. .1, Jose, 
Itosulre mid Horettii, Adolph /Ink, Murphy 
ami Fruiiels. uml klnelnuritpli. 

llAKIIH, I J,. II. Jlnorc, tuuiiui;erL -I'lin 
Slooro Slock I'ii. presenter) "Tim llnlv City." 
In Immense liimlness, lns| neek. "Sly Purl- 
ner" tl-l I. 

CllltlMillAX (If. I". .llliiilH. IllllllllKcr).- - 
Thn Jersey Lilies Co. Imil vcrv lurtni luisb 
iicsh lust week. The Parisian XMiluwa II 1 1. 
a 

rltmlrii.- Al Hie Lyceuin (SI. lids, limn- 
iilfer ) the I ill .'i tin t li.nii I Slock Co. drew 
jiiirkeil luuises Inst week. "The I'alnl WVil- 
•litis?" Nov. II, "lll« lleiirled Jim" 7. Mudauu> 
.Slndjesku S. Alice Fischer II, "A Hut Old 
Time" 11, "Tho Iteileiiipllun o( David Cor- 
son" II. 

ItiAbio (F. W. Slcl'iiiiiiell, iiiminitiT). • 
Week ofll: Which mid Howard. Hurry Nolo, 
Chhlsey uml Kennedy, Mac Laurence, Sudlo 
Brand, l. mini Slurtlvre, lierlrude Stuuley, 

.lllllll'H I), I'milillnve, II Ini Ins, n]ie, ami lllll-l 
tin l I'll aolik's. Iliisluess bin. 
a 
s. in-iiei iini > . At lue Van Curler lllji'ra 

II. .us,- ^^'.. II. Ilellellhl. Ilinuniterl "Till' 
Yankee Cnusiil." Nov. I. ilmw well. Nul M. 
Wilis sold out J. The Irish lluml, I'lniii Hub- 
Illl. II ; "The Filial Wedilllii;" I. Lnwreilce 
l>'(»rs-ty (I, "nil Ibe llrlil«c nt MIiIiiIkIiI" V, 
"Dnvlil llnrniii" H, "lluslcr Ilinwn" I), "Why 

lilrbl l.eni" llolllu" 111. 

MollAWK (Jus. Weber, resilient linniuitcci. 
- Week nt 111 Hill mid Hllvlniiy, Les SI a a 
Aiuinrs. ,|, c. .Vie, mi nnd cumpsiiy, Klniiirl 
Trio, Charles mid Keiia Harris, liartelln 
Bros., l.'Imrll'S P'lllke S.lni.n, and l,luoloe,ril|'ll. 

< w > 
VlltOIMA. 



Norfolh.- At tho Aciiib'tny uf Music ((II In 
Wells, local milliliter) "Alias Hob Whllo" had 
fnlr reluriiH (lei. L'S. Lewis Morrison Nov, 
10, "A M Hilt-it p ITIiiivsh" II, 

IJlAMlV (litlo Wells, In. al niuiniKcr).- - 
"How Ho xi or Untied In" did splendid busi- 
ness In 
Nov. li. 



liess Inst week. West and Voles week uf 



spiel 
oles 



llbioli (Abb. Km III., iniiniieei ). — Now pen 
pin week of II: Acker uml Collins. Aunbi 
llnrvey, VruitUj n ml Fny, Ilerry nnd Mnna- 
licit mid Kdwiiid Harvey, lliislueiiti Is kooiI. 

Ai'.mi: ( Willi. -i-hiiii ft Muiisle, inmiaiteml.- - 
I'cuplii week nf II: Frankfort mid Luurl, SV 1 1 
kersiui und Ibislun, Aiiilcrsiin uml llreiver, 
Hull und Wllsou, Viola Turner, (Jco. Adaimi. 
(JeniKii Turuer mid Alum Cruucli. Itiislnciiii 

Pi K"oll. 

Ab'urrniiiiiM (J. M. iiiirinii, imtnafsrl,. - 

New people week i.i' II : SVIIIImus und Hull. 
Lltlle Amev. I lie Ureal l-'eilorrrti, lleeilnr 
nml Mny, Three Iteiil/.. I'liiiikfiii'd mid (.'lay, 
mill Herbert Morey. Ilunlnens Is itnud, 

MANIIArrAN ii'iltiiilaii Hros., uiauuKcrsi, 
— l'eoplo fur week of t, : Funny Hurry, 
ChnrlcM 111 iiiii 11, liisirite Slum-, Ibe Muddetis, 
Jack Kiuehiou .ami t.'hnrum llnyiiiird. Jlusl- 
ness In "nod. 

a 

Itlelimiinil. — Al tin; Acii'li'iny or Mttal* 
(L'hnrles W. Hex, muniiui'r) "Mlaa Hob Whlln" 
pluycd In liii'jii; houses (let. illl. Lewis Mur. 
rlson Nov, li. I'uiilliin Hull 111, II, "A Aim! 
cap Princess' 1 II, I 'mil illinium IS) 10, "A 
Me.suKc from Mars" 17, is. 

llbinii (Wells ft AleKc, uiimn^crsi, - "(Iny 
New York" plnyed (■> S, It. lb Inst WW*. 
Hilly ii. Clifford, lii "A Jolly Huron," (1-Jl. 

B ' ' ■ 

Dniivlllc. Tim Aendeiiiy of Music IK. I.. 
Mellon, iiiiiiiiikiti wuh tlrstroyeil by lire (let. 
■■:i, mid till of the lieu son's eURBKewents nt» 
ciinieleil. 'I be owners luti'lid lo rebuild, Lin:. 
In partly covered by insurance 

4 .» 

IllDHi I : IMLAIMI. 

PriiviilriK-e. Al Die Prnvldeiue lipera 
House (F. It. WiiuilelHchiicfec, iniiiiiiip'r) "Tin: 
Cnlb'ito Widow" dlvldi-d lust week wllh .Iniiies 
il'Nell, mid Indh fared well, l-'rll/l Keln IT, 
III "Sllle. Moillsie," Nov. ll mid week. 1'rliu- 
iiMc'ii MltiNlrelH 13- III, "llclorti ami Afler" 
10-lk. 

KM PI SH ( Wendelschiii'fi'r, Kjillz ft Nulliiin- 
iiiiii, niniinifers). - "In Mlmumrl." last week, 
n as inn; of I he best, Hilne., Ibe slink loinpauv 
Iiiih done, lu "TliH Late Air. Cimlelln," li II, 
Flni-ii J. Ibiivlnv uiuilo her llrnt uppciiniuin 
ua leiidlliK woman >'<■ 

I'iMI'llli; (Spllz ft Niilbaii.oiii, mullliK<ritl 
The Four .Morions drew ipiod IiiisIiu'hs last 
week. "Why tiliia Leuvo Homo" tl-l I, Hi" 
Buys lil-lS. 

Kkith'h (('bus. Lnviiiiherb'. nmnaper). ■■• 
Weel; of fi: Six Munleiil Cultyn. Wllfrerl 
Clurkc, Thuo. Curew nnd conipuny. .Ion Belch- 
er's ncrobntle dona, (j, K. finto, Hmirife \\n- 
boii, thn I'unizer Trio. Four living lumbal... 
I.n Peine .Million, I 'si i he uml I toielle, Shun 
iroimvl, llii> Armslnmi: llmlbci-s. ibirnellii iiiul 
Ilurrls, .In.- lb lluolii. ami Henry uml Yomu' 

tVl.M'HI.M. ibli ii.. II. Hil'liill'i. loan.' 
eiri.— Ibe lll.-lt lt-41 tri tjM well tv.t «r>e| 

Ifsvtn'b phxltufintt. c-ll, V.i l..v JJiUiL.: 

O. - . . -v **i*l6. 

.Ill • 

MISV II tilPSHIUL. 



Miiiii'livsler. -At tbn (i|n-ni House (R. 
VV. I Inirltiulou, iniimiKiir), week nr Oct. Ipi, 
the I'lurii Tiirner I'u. played lo «ood business. 
"The Isle nf Spice" Nov. III. 

I'AltK (John Sllb'S, mn mi «•'!' I. Th" in 
uliio lilrls. lu "SmlllUK I'lhiiid," .".11 Nov. I. 
runu In fair mlurus. "Nellie, Ills Nbws 
Kill," -1; 'iuy AliiM|iiuruilcl'ft US. 



William HArri,TisN ini, 
to y-lvl""' ■r^-*-- il-JiiJ.-^- 



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THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



November 11, 



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and comfortable. 

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WML WALTKE & COMPANY 



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Used and endorsed by the leading lnemberi 
of every branch of the profession. 

We want every member of the profession in 
the United States, to test the merit* of Lava Soap. 

Send us your name and address, and we will 
send you ABSOLUTELY FREE A SAMPLE 
CAKE OF LAVA SOAP. 

SAINT LOUIS. U. S. A. 




Wanted, for MYRTLE VINTON CO. 

A NO. I ALL AROUND UHEFl'L RKPERTOIRE PEOPLE IN AM. LINKS 

Who can art ami have wardrobe on and oil, ami good stndy. Preference Riven ttjo«e doing ape;m tin. 
Wopav expense*. Stulel-aliirT ami all In Ural letier. Must Join on wire. DO NOT WANT SLEEPl'.RS, 
I, USHERS DOM IIENOS lilt LA'/.Y FKOPI,K. We've hart more lhan our share of the nliovc tills 
sea=nn. Addresi II. p. Bl'LMEH. 

Nov. 11, Luvernc, Ulna.: Nov. 13, il, 15, Pipe ."sione, Mlnnesot*. 
P. 8.— This show liiw nut missed a salary day In s years. We have aome people with ug now on 
their ihlnl season, I.OI they KAIIN THEIK MONKY. 




kUR Film Buyers Draw Upon the Resources of 
' Every Film Maker in the World for the 

"National Service" 

WEEKLY CHANGE OF MOTION PICTURES. 
Yon Get the Benefit of Our Efforts in This 



Direetion. 



NATIONAL FILM RENTING COMPANY, 

62 N. Clark St., CHICAGO, ILL. 



ERNEST M. 
ROSTWIGK, 

Versatile Leads and Heavies, 
Stage Manager and Director. 

EXPERIENGED.COMPETENT.SUCCESSFUL 

In Classical, Modern, Standard Playt. 

STOCK AND REPERTOIRE 



LITTLE SYDNEE 



Little Sydnee gave a 
rendition of ihe charac- 
ter of the Utile American 
heir loan earldom which 
la worthy of the highest 
praise. She rose to the 
possibilities of the piece 
surprisingly well, and 
her acting reached the 
high mark set by the 
earlier Fauntleroys. 
EVENING WISCONSIN, 

Milwaukee 

LlttleMis« Sydnee.wbo 
played the title role last, 
night, made an excellent 



» V. 

Child Parts, 
Specialties. 
hero of the Bnrnettatory 
was charming for many 
excellent qualities, bnt 
one of those that made 
the child character a 
popular one was the de 
liberate and matnro 
handling of himself 
wlthont the too common 
effector precocionane&s. 
Miss Sydnee does an ex- 
cellent piece of work. 
The little actress is an 
ideal Fanntleroy In ap- 
pearance, and she 
clothed the part admir- 
ably last nitrhi. — MIL- 
WAUKEE DAILY NEWS 



LILLIAN 

BAROUCH 

At General Business Woman. 
Excels in Ingenues and Sonbrelles, 

TALENT EQUAL TO MOST AND BEST. 
RESPONSIBLE ROLES. 

ATTRACTIVE, CAPABLE, DEPENDABLE. 



FOR THE CENTURY STOCK COMPANY, 

[Tho Real Hit of the Middle West, 

First Class Versatile and Good Looking Bepertoire People Only. 

LEADING I.ADY, Young anil Pretty; STHONO CHARACTER MAN, Capable 
GENERAL ACTOR ion.- tloln|t a|i«cliillle« pr.rerred), HEAVY MAN ulio can play 
.Invenlle and other Klrong t-iirl«. All partlriiluis quirk, with lowest salary, for 
long, .are engagement. 

l'REI) SBWARO, Stnge Director^ " 

Slot \ t'lTY, IOWA. 

UAN.WiKIl IIAI.I/Altll, Club Theatre, Joplin, Mo., says: "One or the best companies ever in Joplin. 
Clad to piny It any time." 

MANAilEliel'NNIXflllAM, Crawford (iraml, Leavenworth, Kan., aajs: "Iteat repertoire company 
In nix years." 

. They all say tlie Heme, so jon mnal he drat class. 



WANTED OUIOK, for 

NELSON- HOLMAN COMEDY CO., 

A! OENTKBI. HEAVY MAN. capable or doing some l*ad«; also H08TLINO ADVANCE AOENT, no 1 
afraid of paste. Other naelnl Dramatic I'eoplc who do specialties, write; make salary low (pay own 
); prepay your telegrams. Address HARRY C. NELSON, care of Nelson-Holman Co., 



hotel); 



Nov. it. 10, 11, Mnrccllne, Mo.: Nov. 13, 1-4, i;,, Macon, Mo.; Nov. in, IT, is, Iluntsvll'e, Mn. 



THE EDWARDS STOCK COMPANY 



WANTS QUICK, 



impression. The Utile 
I WINSOME GRACEFUL TALENTED 
ACTING AND SPECIALTIES ARE IIICH CLASS. Did HIT EVERYWHERE. WlA-NdES SONOS AND D VNOR'; VIOrtTI v 

EYPER1E.VCK, APPEARANCE. ABILITY. WARDROBE. »««lll.l. 

Termancnt slock engagement most desired, with or without child. Will consider offer from first class repertoire company Renertnlre en ■> „, 
ment mtisr be a Joint one. Highest references, photograph, particulars sent on application. Car fare no object In reaching right enraeeineni »n \ 
lompany. We are professional, congenial and easy to get along with. Not a hammer and anvil chorus. We believe in and practice tiMMPtratii. 
platnlv, roodestlvjHit.jind hope properly ert'ectlvclj_placed. Yon can^t saw wood with a hammer, or cut ice with an anvil " 



rlT pu 
TSTW 



RNKST M. BOSTIVICK, care of FULTON BROS. STOOK CO., No. 1, Eldorado. Kan., Nov. 6-11 




. Wire or write to 
Mcpherson, Nov. 12-18; Leavenworth, alter Nov. 19. 



PROCTOR'S 

ENTERPRISES. 

F. F. PROCTOR, Selt Prtprlitor tod Maaigir. 
I. AUSTIN FYNEI, fiininl Mioigir. 

7 BEAUTIFUL THEATRES 7 

Devoted to Refined Entertainment. 
Proutor'a 6th Are. Theatre, Proctor'a 
23d St. Theatre, Proctor'a 68th St. 
Theatre. Proctor'a 1*51 li St. Theatre, 
Proctor'* Newark Theatre, Proctor'a 
Albany Theatre, Proctor'a Troy The- 
atre. 

PROCTOR'S STOCK CO. 

But Plays and Bist Vaudnllli, 
INSTRUCTIONS TO ARTISTS BOOKED: °? ne 

rilor. of acta; complete "prop" Hat; correct 
ight plot; If you open or close in one; 
EXACT time of acta, and of "close In ;" bill- 
ing for newspapers and programmes; and 
CLEAN PHOTOGRAPHS for LOBBIES TWO 
WEEKS IN ADVANCE 01' Ol'ENINO DATE 
AT EACH HOUSE, addressing RESIDENT 
MANAGER. FAILURE TO COMPLY wlti 
these INSTRUCTIONS WILL SUBJECT 
ARTISTS to the RISK OP CANCELLATION. 
VAUDEVILLE REHEARSALS. 9 TO 11 A. 
M. MONDAYS. THESE RULES WILL BE 
STRICTLY ENFORCED. 
Playwrights, Authors, Play Agents, 

Address 
J. A USTIN PYNES, General Man ager, 
XXFTH AVE. THEATRE, N.T. CITY. 



RE-EN6AGE0 FOR NEXT SEASON, 

The Aerial Smiths 

America's Greatest Trapeze Performers. 

.irsT nvisiiKD tiirir Sr'.ro.vn skason with 
RINGLING BROS. WORLD'S GREATEST SHOWS 



TIME ALL BOOKED SOLID AS FOLLOWS i 



K>liii, Syracuse.. . . 
Keith, Yonngstmvn. 
Kellli. C'levelanil... 
Ari-flfle, Toledo. . . . 
Temple, Detroit.. . . 
I 'onk's. Rochester. . 

Shea, rtuffalo 

Shea. Toronto 

(Iranil Opera House. 
Empire. 1'uterson. . 



Pittsburg. . 



..Nov. 20 
..Nov. SI 
. . . Dec. I 
..Dec. 10 
..Dec. IS 
. .Dee. SB 
. ..Jan. 1 
. . .Jan. 8 
. .Jan. IT. 
. ..Ian. SB 



Empire, llolwtlcen . . . 
Keith, Providence. . 

Keith. Iloslnn , 

Moore. Portia ml 

llnwn.nl, Boston. . . , 

Park. Worcester 

Kellh, X. Y. i/itv.. . 
Keith, fialtimorc. . . 
Chase, Washington. 
Keith, Philadelphia. 



Jan. 2I» 

Feb. .", 

Feb. IS 

Feb. l:> 

Feh. Ill 

March ;. 

March 1:2 

March 11 

. ...March "tS 
April ^ 



.1 pair ■'/ "nnfM- 
mrrs" 1 — original in 
style — rerti Millie, 
ami pretty. 



f 



{"ro/esslonal nopies 
free lo fingers sentl- 
imj recent program* 
Jltyular copies, 
2." cents, )mst)tnt<l 



Young, hanil'onio Juvenile Woman fur Leads, good looKing Man for Juveniles and some taada. 
Heavy Man, Woman rnr Heavies and Characlers. Song and Ihiace Soubrctle and Uomedlau. Other 
I :*eliil People, ante. Lowest salary llrsl lelter. People with Specialties given preference.'' Managers 
in Kv„ Temi, mid N. U., please send In open lime. Address HENRY A. POPF, Uonluess Manager, 
care Pollard's Theatrical Exchange, 13ti East Found Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Irene Worth, write. 



FOR VAUDEVILLE COS.. BURLESQUE CO. OR ANY OLD THING, 

THE MARVELOUS QUILLINS, 

LOREN'/.O and ETHEL MAY, 

TltERBAI, ACROUATIC TRAMP AND THE ELASTIC SOUBKKTTK, lu 16 uilnutes ot original comedy 
mlxeil with clever work. Jimtcloscil n; weeks A.M. Now Cheeks Sunny south, special feature, and 
recngageil for noxl acasoo. Regards t» rrlends. P. S.— We carry our two children with us. OlilcBt 
one capable of working m the abovo act. Address, tills week, iron IP. «th ST., GVANSVILL'K, lnd, 



FOR THE FERGUSON COMEDY CO., 

I.EADINfl NAN WITH SCRIPTS, LEAKING l.AUY, HEAVY MAN, SOIHRBTTE. CHARACTER M,VN 
AND WOMAN, MAN KOlt PUUPS AND SMALL PARTS. I |iay all. so be governed accordingly. 
Sobriety and wardrobe essential. CHAS. PERKINS. HARRY MARLIN, M. B. BURKE, write. 

A. C. FKKOl'SON, acn Main Street, Terra Haute, lnd. 



WANTED, TO STRENGTHEN COMPANY, 



Also 



MAN AlWWOMIN FOR GENERAL BUSINESS, WITH GOOD SPECIALTIES 
CLEVER CHILD FOB PARTS AND SPECIALTIES. 

Others, write. All managera having ROHERT SI1EUU AN'8 ATTRACTIONS booked, notify me of dates 



ut unco, alan all printing housos doing work for him 
J. L. TKIllPKsT, Havre-de-di 



Address 
race. Mil.. Nov. n-ii; Sooih Amboy, N. J , 13-1S. 



"A BDNDLE OF BURNT CORK COMEDY" 

lno pages or Minstrel Material, cnws-ilre, Slump Siieechea, etc., new and original: price 25c. New 
Monologues. •-'.'*•. each: ••Klllariiey Hlaniey 1 ' (Irish), "My Friend Fritz" (Dutch), "Woman's Ways'' 
(Hirnlghi). Send for complete list of NEW material, Minstrel and Joke Book*. Sketches, Monologues, 
eh'. Special material to ordut. 

HARRY 1. NEWTON, 89 Dorborn St., Chicago. 

WAVqvnn ATfTftV Young, Goml Looking Woman tor Juveniles and Character*. 
Tifln 1LU yUIV&i «| an n>r Cliaractcra and Oonaral llu.lnr... 

Sobriety anil good wardrobe lnilcspensBble(ttiiin and who preferred), preference given people who 
do Hpeelaltlei. Long -ea-<on. Absolulely sure money. Slate particulars. Musi be able to Join on 
wire. KAHN A ECHOLS' FOUNTAIN CO., CENTRAL. 

IVWltt, Neb., Nov. a, in, I| ; Hooper, Neb., Nov. in, U, 15. 



HAVE YOUR MUSIC PUBLISHED ON ROYALTY 

Head us a good poem, a good melody or a complete work. We bare no favorite writer*. All law 

equal chanca. All letters answered promptly. 

PIONEER MUSIC FUULISIUNO COMPANY, iiOO Manhattan Bldg., CHIOAOO. 

SUTTON and SUTTON. 



Tag-Will Illiiglng "Parisian Belles. 



.IOIIN GRIKVEN, Mgr. 



"lONfl MADILL" 

A little romancci of much beauty. 
Words anil Music by N. Calbeck. 
An Impaasloned love-poem, with mnsic weU 
wedded to the words. The graceful stirlghtlluess 
of its tuneful melody and the exquisite "catchl- 
ness" of the words will please the entire house- 
fro m the rostrum to the rafters. 

"SHADOWS BY MOONLIGHT" 

A intdltatlve symphony. 

Words and Mnsio by N. Calbeck. 

A harmonious blending of pleasing meditations 
with dreamy and gracefnl melody, and "set" with 
an effective "moonlight" background— nuking a 
atrlklngly attractive and assuredly populur vocal 
number. 

Both these soiiys ure /easts of melody, harmony 
mid itoetf) that trill be enjoueil by errcy ititdietici: 
Prqfesiiivmll cOi>lex tatfr .''«"'i/, 

NEWTON CALBECK. 

I'UBLISIIKR, 
WOLF LAKE - INDIANA. 



REGARDS TO ALL FRIENDS. 



Ttoolcecl l>y S. JC HODGDON, 

■ S*. «larw Bldg., IM. Y. City. 



EMPIRE BIJOU 



BRIDGEPORT, O. 

33,000. sent 



Pop. 35,000. 'sent 1,000. Pop. lO/MO." "'" " " """* W " V Ml 5 (hi 

DRAMATIC. COMEDY. REPERTOIRE, MIN8TREL COsi 

Send for Open Time. These houses have been remodeled ; electric lighting, everything up-lo- 

' Whe-dlng. W. Va. 



date. Address 



JAHN AMUSEMKNT CO., Inc.. Box 08, 



.! 



UP 



IS BIS "OBIQIInL HIGH LADDER" AND TABLE HOVEL! Y, 

t E wi«Tn5 , ! , '™'l~t,"? d 8 " m ersanlt terminates with a aeries ol llghfulng lllp-naps, back-forward and 
22fi3W»52?Sl Creates', trick f omersaulUDg ever done uikiu a Ave foot lable. 9Hh week f?n- 
tirea with 4 Paw A Sells Bros.' Shows. Season closes Nov. 22. 

Address — PER ROUTE. Nov. 12 aucl 1.1, HOUSTON, TBXAS. 



VO-KO 

SAVES PRACTICE.' 

VO-KO is the most phenomenal voice culture of 
the musical world. vo-Ko Increases your vocal 
power, rcilnes the toue, saves the time, saves the 
toll aud drudgery of practice, clarilles. sustains 
and develops the voice. 

VO-KO. the wonderful voice culture element does 
for your voice what practice docs for tho pianist. 

You will receive complete description now free 
and without cost, not a penny of expense lo yon; 
ynur name and addrev. brings it. 

PROF. GEORGE A. MATHER, 
. I.ta Lake St.. Chicago. III. 



WANTED, 

STRONG VAUDEVILLE ACT 

Comedy, Acrobatic or Mnalcal Art that Can Change, to Open at Once. 
SIM ALLEN, MGR., 

POSABELE LESLIE CO 

O-U Cnmherla.id, Md.. - - " ." i:|.is Wnaaiagtnn, Pa. 



WANTED, to Support the SOUTHERN FAVORITE, 

KATIE WILLIAMS. 

REP. PEOPLE IN ALL LINES 

Preference given those doing ppeclalllea Must have wardrobe aud make good or will be clo>e<i » 
once. Tickets only to people we know. Must Join at once. Make salary low. It Is snrc: I W all. 

MOB. KAT1K WILLIAMS CO., Springfield, Kr. 



CRACKER JACK 

A delicious popcorn confection, put 
up In moisture proof packages that keep 
It fresh a long time. A quick seller 
for theatres, circuses, traveling theatri- 
cal and medicine companies and all 
places of public amusement. We also 
make a large line of PACKAGE CAN- 
DIES and the RBLIABLB POPCORN 
BRICK. Inform us where you bold a 
confectionery concession and we will 
•end samples and prices. 

R0EC8HEIM BROS, k ECKSTEI5, 

CHICAGO. 



CHARLES X. THOMAS, WOULD LIKE TO 

HEAR FROM TOl. CLARA LILLT, PHILA, 



EDSALL-WINTHROPE CO. 

WANT QUICK, 

Tall, Fine Looking, Young Juvenile Man, Versatile Sketch Team for Small Parts. 

mSSSmSSmiSifS^i Professionals, write. Must have gllt-edge wardrobe and stale ADF, 
S)iJi U ,? I0H . T ", n(1 l0WC8r ' P a J°wn; one and two matinees a week. Address ASI1V1LLK, X. 
NOTE— Do not mlsrepreaent. That to the reason of this acid. 



WANTED QUICK, 

FOR UNCLE JOSH SIMPKINS CO., 

wL t Ur*n t J 1 " t - ll o1 bIC b . ra99 „ anU Musicians that double parts on stage; specialties given! prefer? ace 
Want Heavy, Character Man, Jnveulie, aiso voiiieuiaii. Can niace CImimi-ih ■ vVTimaii aiid KoiiSk 
■afnwtte with rtrtng specialties, also Musicians .hat double B. and . "sta,S "ol \loTc n* In *>■ 
lcttt>r alan lowesl salary, pay your own. pares* to no ONK. Address ' * c u " ] " n 

AV. II. RAVANAtlOII, Manager, Columtin., Indiana- 



IDA /"IROFESSIONAL 

uJnLJu -muNKs) A 

TUe TmnlfToo'U Soma Day Cta. - 



Now Looated at 

110 WEST 40 STREET, 

8 DOORS EAST OP THE ACTORS' SOClETt 
Wom't You COma Vo *** My Ironktt 



November IL 



■THE -NEW- YOEK 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Miss CHpP»r'» Anecdotes 

v«ii!e*Ufc «4 Minstrel. ■■■■■•■■■■ 

M*nt«rnirry "1 Stme— Sketet 

•MMh La Fleer — Sketch 

fiSSrw of tr.e 5555 ■* «* t iuituaov 

fforH of PhtW* 

Queries An«»«-ro.| r 

Oar London I/*** 

ilur rhlragn WW 

rufpw »•"■« 0|IW * ' 

On' the Itmtd. •-••,•.•; 

Vaudeville Route list 

inicst by Telegraph 

New York City— Review and Comment 

\ Good Movement 

THEATRICAL CORRF.SrONDF.NCF, 

Oregon 

M-i]no ...» » 

New York Stat*...... • 

Virginia 

nhodc island 

Spit Hampshire 

Indiana ' 

Massachusetts 

Pennsylvania - t 

t'-altfomln ' • 

Minnesota 

Htm Jersey 

Canada 

Michigan 

Kiularity 

Illlnntfl 

rlelnwnre 

West VMM 

Washington 

lnw.i . • • •' •" 

MM ■•' 

Missouri 

Wisconsin 

Maryland »••••••••••»••»• 

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Toll llat la nad* o» a* nearly ac- 
cnntf ■• It t» poaalblr to mike a lilt 
of vaade*ille bookina-a. Tg Inaare 10 
aertlon in tela department the nam* 
of th> t beat re or park, aa well Ma tbe 
city or ton n. MUST aCPiinjpany eaok 
bookie* tent aa. 



1; 



Asher ft Collins, Novelty, Lexington, Ky 

V18. 



Olympic, 
ft Mack, 



0-11. 



So. Ilend, lad., 1»- 

Muslc 11*11, Gloucester, Man., 



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LATEST BY TEL EQRAPH 

Monday Nietifs Oucnlnn la all the 
HI« Show Town*. 

GOtDEV OATK Gl.EAXIXflS. 

I) I a- Bn»lnea* la tin- Report. 
PprrUtl ' Dltixttchra in Ttte NH York Cmpith. 

sm» Francisco, Not. 7. — At the Oednrob'n. 
••The W or l'llsen" began, yesterday, a 
iwo weeks' engagement. 

Majestic— •"ilie Light eternal" Is the 
current offering. . 

Ill IMssllll — The Washington Society 
Girls tils wk. 

Grand -Opera House. — .This Is the second 
and Inst week of "Ben Unr." 

ALCAiiAlI. — This week's production Is "Why 
smith Left Home. 1 _ . . , 

C&xtraL.— "Ilucle Toms Cabin" Is given 
the current week. 

TiTOLt Opera Hocse. — This Is the ninth 
week of grand Itnllun opera. 

OitPKHHM. — IMI1 this week: I.es Elgonns, 
Kd. iJiti-H. Melville and Stetson, Krama Fran- 
cis, Lionel Orifllth nnd company, the Mn- 
earte Bisters, Charles Prelle, Mile. Verrern, 
I'dwnru Ksmondc nnd company, nnd the 
urpheum inntion pictures. 

Chutes. — Bill this week : "Princess Trlsle," 
trained horse : Itnthwel) llrowne's Cnlety 
Girls. Delphlno nnd Dclmora, Mario Slranb, 
1 a Telli) Bros., Df Cnrvllle nnd the Olograph. 

FlocjrEit's. — This house has Inaugurated a 
new policy In glvln;? a sketch or inirlesquo 
for too first half of the programme and 
vaudeville for the second half. Hill this week : 
"The Yacht fflrL" a musical comedy, in one 
act, written by Jntnea A. Crawford: the l>e- 
voe Bros.. James Duffy, the Savages, the 
Diamond. Comedy Four nnd the new moving 
picture*. _ .. 

Nort. — ^The net receipts for the charily 
benefit of the Associated Theatrlenl Mana- 
gers of Son Francisco, held at t-ho Ornlieum, 
afternoon of Oct. U7. omounis to over f.1,000. 
♦<-• 

IXDIAXA. 



Indlannpolia. — At English's Opera nouse 
(Ad. F Miller, manager) Thomas W. lloss. 
In "A Fair Exchange," Oct. 57, 28, had very 
IiIr htjslnr-ss. Frank IHiuIcIh packed the 
house .10, 31. Dockstader's Minstrels Xov. 
:i."4, Blchard Mansfield. In "Don Carlos," 
7 : "Tho Isle of Bong Bong" 8, OUb Skin- 
ner 8, Wm. H. Crane 10. Kthol Itarrymnre 11. 

Tabk. — Blaney'« "The Boy Behind the 
tiuti." 'lo-Nov. 1, stood them up. "Queen of 
the'lVhlfo Sluves - ' 2-4. '-Tlie House of Mys- 
tery" C-fi,' "At Finey nidge" 0-11. 

lsniWA'iKalph Thorhus. manager). — The 
May HWnmer Stiick Co., Inst week, drew good 
l.nslness. 

Okano Opera Hopre (Shafer Zlegler, 
m.-inager). — For week of «: llarrlelie Do 
serrls,' Violet l>ale. Kills- Now Inn Trio. How- 
ard BroOiors, K Miller Kent and company. 
Kllamiira Japs, Messenger Hoy Trio, Mitchell 
and Cain, and the bioscope. 

KMPiRn (On*. Zimmerman, manager). — 
The Brigadier i'xtravagany.n Co.. Inst week, 
had very bis business. Kentucky Belles, 
wlih Jlinmv llrltr. week of 0. 



Torre Haute. — At the Orand Opera nonso 
(T. W Barhydt. inniiagcr) "Ihe Boy Behind 
the Gun" came Xov. s, lo good business. 
"Mrs, Wisps, of the Cabbage Patch." showed 
Ti, to crowded house. "Mrs. Lefilngwell's 
Hoots," ,0, drew u large audience. Ethel 
norrymore 7. 

Lyhfc (Jack HovOler, manager). — This 
pretty .rainlcvllle bouse opened oet. 30, to 
euptdtj huslnesrt. Terrc Hnnto bas never 
liefore hod a straight vaudeville theatre, nnd 
the beautiful new Lyric fills a long felt whtit. 
Willi a sMting •■.■npnc.lty of 700, rcgnlatlou 
stage, nnd elegant scenery and furnishings, 
the now tli cm re Is considered a credit to our 
city, nhe house was erected by T. W. Bor- 
hydL of.lho Barhydt Theatre Co.. and Jack 
llocnier, nt n eosr of about $25,000. Mr. 
Iloefik-r for several seasons has li*en Inter- 
ested la ronri work, looking after his own 
eonipaples, hut will now devote his time to 
Mir management of the Lvric. The current 
bill Imiiides: Leonl and Dale, Xambra Itn- 
|ier!.il-Ja)p Troupe. Eldrlc, the mimic; fico. 
Austin, and Ksher Sisters. 

Cohseum (Harry Urotisoo. manager). — 
Orare. Van Stu.lillford, In "Lady Teazle." 
Played to big business 2. "The Moonshiner's 
l>atighter".ri. 1 

•KMI'lltE (I.. Tj. Setinbe. mnnnger). — litis 
bouse opened Dot. SO, presenting burlesque, 
lair business prevails. 

. ^^^ 

A Good Movement. 

Joseph Hort is beading a movement for 
tbi-.nrcroutlon of the theft of jokes, songs 
and stage '•business" uuiuiig vaudeville ner- 
lormers. He Las ulrcadv secured the co- 
"|"'r«tlon of (it-urge Fuller Holden, Fred 
Nlhlii, Joiiics T. l'uwcrs, Jlclntyrc and Hcatl), 
Itleo iaad, I'reroMt, Bluart Barues nnd other 
lieaUlliiFrij wbo have suffered from the larceny 
"f their work. 11 Is tbeir iutentlou to pre- 
Mro a Hhi . of the most flagrant culprits, 
"•hlcti w|l| lie served tu managers nn<l agents 
• lir.uiirliout tbe country with a notlflrntlon 
that Ms. Harf and bis friends will not ap- 
pear on tbe some bill with tbe offenders. 
*•» 

Johji 0. Uatfielo, father of Al. O. Field, 
the famous lulustrcl, died fmui purulysls, 
»r Mi- Kield's 1-ouie In Culumbus, O.. on 
'»<•».• -ftO. aged clabty-tUreo ran Four 
■bllilren. A I. 0., Jokciui udwan) Hatfield, 
1 the fiunueUv & Hutllt-ld Minstrels: John 
wininnj and i'aitabvtli BJlcn, survive blni. 
Mr. Hatfield wa3 born In llrglnla, and went 
10 ColnmbiiR. 0., in 1R.5. fie two a wagon 
t'Uildcr, painter and decorator, Some years 
oca hs dpfrnted a general paint nftd repair 
shop rr>r the Sells Circus, i^ilnllng and 
decorating all of the wngon* and cages for 
[he »htw.. Aa on amateur canvas painter 
up bad quite n reputation. 



Adelyo 
Adams 

111 
Adam*, Mabelle, Amphlao. Bkln., 0-11. 
Adnms, Geo., Arme, Norfolk, Va., Oil. 
Ad.llson k I.lTlngston. Orsad, Milwaukee, Wis., 

6-11 ; nijou. Boekford, til.. 1S-18. 
Agnnsl Kamlly, Keith's, Boston, 0-11. 
Aberns, The, Star, Atchison, Kan., 6-11; Leav- 
enworth.- 13-18. 
Atacarn, Chos. & Joe, Orpbeun, Ctlca, X. Y.. 

Oil. 
Ahern k Eixter, Crystal, Cripple Creek, Col., 

Oil. 
Akcrstrom, Ollle, Park, Worcester, Mass., C-ll. 
Ablro llros., Helena, Mont., 0-J1. 
Allen & La Cmli, Keene)'». r.kln.. 0-11. 
Alba, Marie. Gaiety, Sprinuuelrt. 111.. 0-11. 
AlNirUa. Lawrence, nradenhureb's. I'hlla., fl-U. 
Alvons (2j, Atlantic Car.lcn, X. V. C, 0-11. 
Alevanilcr, Police, nijou, t~i Crosse, Wis.. 6-11. 
Alliens (8), Keith's, Boston, 611; Keith's, 

1'rovlilence. la-lS. 
Alhurtus & Millar, Circus Carre, Amsterdam, no!., 

0-13. 
Allen, Pearl & violet. Victoria, X. X. C Ml. 
Alva. Alice, Cmplrc. Frceport, 111., U-ll. 
AlWnns, Tbe, liljoii. Wichita. Kan., 0-11. 
Americas Comedy Kour, Waco, TCJ-, 6-11 ; Majes- 
tic, S.in Antonio. 1.1-18. 
Amney, Little. Auditorium. Xotfolk. Va., 6-11. 
Americas Comedy l-'our. Majestic, Dallas, Tex., 

ML 
Antrim k Mors. Trent, Trentrm, X. J., Ml; 

Drr.benm, lllea, X. V.. 13-18. 
Anderson * brewer, Acme, Sorfnlk, Va., 6-11. 
Arlington n llelston, Star, M uncle, lad., 6-11. 
Argall, Win., Orpbeum, Minnearnlls, 1S-18. 

Armstronrs (8), Keith's, Providence. 0-U; 
Keith's. X. X. C. i:t-18- 

Arnvna. Will k Jennie. Bljon, La Crosse, Wle„ 
U-ll. 

Aslitnn k Marline. Walker's. Boston. 0-11. 

Astatles, Tbe, I'amlly, ratersoti, X. J., 0-11. 

AM*. A. XI.. Keith's, X. Y. C, rt-ll. 

Atkimun, (b-«., ffmrfi O. 11., Sedalia, Mo., 0- 
11; l'anlly. Otnobu, NH>.. 1.1-18. 

Austins, Tossing, O. 11., l.owell, Mass., 0-U J 
1'metor'a. Albany, X. X., 18-18. 

Austin, Geo., Lyric, Tcrre llnnle, tnd., 0--11. 

Austin, Claude, Kmplre, Itockford, 111., 0-U; Idea, 
Tonrt I>u l.ic, Wis., 13-1S. 

Avollos (4), rroctor's, Newark, X. J., 0-11. 

Avon Comedy Poor, Shea's, Buffalo, 0-11. 

Baker a; Lynn, Kmplre Tour, Kng., O-Dec. SO. 

Harry & Harry, Arcaile, Toledo. <)., 0-U. 

Itallcy * Austin. Coloolnl. X. V. «,'.. 0-U. 

Bacon k Vane, Uulqnc, Los Asgeles, Cnl., 0-ls. 

Ilmitn Bros, i Vondell, Kccney's, Bkln., rt-ll; 
H. k S-. X. V. C, 1X-1S. 

Baus, Bowie, Olympic, Chicago. 0-11. 

Bailey k KlPtthcr. Howard. Huston. 0-U. 

Batea, Iaale M„ Kmiilre. Frceport, BL, 0-U. 

liasntK (inartctte, I"ro.-tor'a Si:d St., ». ». O., 

BnntaBros., *; Von Hell, Kerncy's, Bkln., 0-U. 
lianics & Washburn. Bijou, Bscaaabn, Wis., 0- 

11 ; Bijou. Calumet, Mich., 1.1-18. 
Barry, Katie. K«-ticy's. Bkln., 11-11. 
Burtclmeii. Tlie, Main .street, reorla, 111., 0-U. 
Baron's Burlesque Menagerie, Temple, Detroit, 

Barrows-Lancaster Co., Shccdy's, Fall Hirer, 

Mass., 6-lt, „ „ . . - 

Bassclt, Mortimer, Star, Munele, lad., 0-U, Or- 

nheum. Springfield, <>.. 13-18. 

Ban- & Kvaas, Atlantic Ganb-n. X. \. C, 0-U. 
Ilnrnes, Stuart, Colonial, X. Y. C. 6-11. 
Barnells. The, Crystal. St. Joseph, Mo., C-ll; 

Star. Tn|ieka, Kao., 13-18. 
Beltoels, The. Howard, Boston, 0-U. 
Hemstelns. The. Star, Munele. Ind., 13-18. 
Belmont. Joe. Keith's, Providence, 8-11. 
lleecher & May, Auditorium, Norfolk, Va., 6-18. 
Bedlnl t Arthur. 1'aria, Kr., 6-30. - 
Bertlna & Brockaoy, Pastor's, N. 1. O., Ml. 
Rergro, Nells, Alharobr*. N. Y. C, 6-11. 
lientlev, Jennie, BIJou. Sheboygan. Wis., 6-11 ; 

Orsnil. illlwsukec, 1.1-18. 
Berrv 4 Mottesk, Tlvoll. New Brunswick, N. J., 

0-il : Brailcnburgh's, I'hlla., 13-18. 
Bench k Beach, Seattle, Wash., 6-U; Vancouver, 

Can., 13-16. 
Beuuetts, Musical, Keeoey's, Bkln., 6-11. 
Bennett, Ijiura, Empire, HonOkcn, X. J.. 0-U. 
Bernard, Vivian, A. k 8., Boston, 6-lt. 
Belfort, May, Park, Worcester, Mass., rt-U. 
Bcrzac's Circus, Keith's, Cleveland, 0-U. 
Bernard, BhoUo, Masonic Temple, Ft. Wayne, 

Boteriy, Cecil, People's, LoweH. Mass., 0-11. 
lleecher k May, Auditorium, Norfolk. Vji., Ml. 
llen-'ere, Valerie, & Co., HaynMrket, Chicago, u- 

Blrch. John, Empire, Paterson. S. .U Ml. 
Black k Jones, Ailantlc fSanlen. X. X. C. Ml. 
lllack 4- Ixylle. drawl. Belllngliain, Wash., 0-U. 
Itloom & Cooper. G. O. U.. I'lttshtirg. ML 
lib, nk. J«s.1>b. lull's. Wnrcester. Mass.. ML. 
IU«ili-n k Ward. Haymarkel. Chicago, «1I. 
Ilols-. Collna, Columbia. St. lj)uls. Ml; U. O. 

If.. lndlanapollH. 1.1-18. 
Boutwdl, Mrs. Jnck. Shecdy'a, Fall Blvcr. Mass.. 

Bordet'errT, Col., Columbbi, Cincinnati, 6-U; 

Hopkins'. l/wl»vlUe. Ivy.. 13-lB. 
lmwer. Cob- Francis, (irpht-uni, Kansas City, Mo., 

Ml; Orpbeum. Otnnha, 13-18. 
Booker ft Corbley. Keith's. Boston, 0-U. 
' lloldeos. The. Fjuplre, Iloboken. N. J., Ml. 
Bosnuko k Bailellffe, Aveuuc, Clilcngo, li-ll; btar, 

Aurora, 111., 1318. _ . 

Bohrae, W. A. k I*tUe, Orpkeutn, Sprlneneld, 0., 

Broirning ti Willy, Cbotes. Los Angeles, CaL, 

Bruno'* Kossell. P*stor'», N. Y. 0., 0-U; Proc- 
tor's 23d St., N. Y. C. 1318. 

Brvlnt t SarUle, On-beum, Kansas City, Mo., 
i"-ifi 

Brewrs', Tlie, A F. H. Mckdos, Burlta, So. rue, 

brown i Brown, Orpbeum, Omaha, Xebr., 0-11 ; 

Majestic, Chicago. 13-18. 
Brycut, Tom. Gem, Lynn, Mass., 0-U. 
Brown. (Icorxe, Braucuburgb a. I'hlla.. Ml. 
Brown, UarrU k Brown, Empire, P»toraou, 

Brour-t' Trio, Bennett's, Loodou, Can., 6-11. 

Hrvau, Frank r).. Albambra. N. Y. C.. 6-11. 

Prnndmv ft Wiley, Gotham. Bkln., Oil. 

Bradford's, Tbe, Mnslc Hnll, Oloueester, Maw., 
Oil; Boston, I.owc!l. 13-18. 

Brunell. Chas.. Manhattan. Norfolk, Va., 0-U. 

Brand, Sndle, Blnlto, Elmlra. N. 1., 0-1L 

Brown, Jsck. ft Lillian Wright, Lyceum. Minneap- 
olis. Mlun.. 0-il. , _...,„ W,,. 

linrkes. JnaKl'ng. BIJou. Duluth, Mian., 0-U; 
L'ulipie. WUuilpcs. Can.. 13 ; 18. 

Burns. Hurry. Crystal, Battle Creek, Mich. 
BIJou, Lansing. Vi-IK 

Burton ft Brooks. Masonic, Ft. Wayne, 
U-U: Grand, Memphis. Tcnn., 13-18. 

Burke ft Uempse.v, Empire. Hohokcu. N. J.. 0-11. 

linrthart. Lillian, ft Co., U. O. II., Indianapolis, 
H1-1S 

Burnett ', Kdna llrodenbursk'e, Bhlla., 0-11. 

Biickeer. lirplKum. Xew Orleans. I*. Ml. 

Burse, AL, Casino, i.awrenrc, Jlass., rt-ll; Oaro, 

Buvkiir" Trio, "Vrie. Pueblo, Cul..'0-lli I'alm, 

Cripple Creek.' 13-18. _ 
Bjreess. F. Hair, Yale, Kansas City, Mo., U-U; 

crv-i. : 81. Je*epb. 1.1-18. 
Curtis ft Morrle, Taenma, Wash., Oil; Seattle, 

Hi 18 
Burttmu (3), Hustle, Illnomlngtoo, 11., Oil. 
Burke Br.*..- BIJou. Hnliith. Mlun., 0-U. 
l'yrue. Wi-.t i Kcnyoii, (Jraisl, Lineasler, Pa,, 

By'fiie,' Myrtle C. H. ft S.. X. Y. C. Ml. 
llvmn ft Daunt BIJou, La Cmase, 11 Is., o-l 1 ; 

fiilqiw, Fan Claire. 1S-I8. 
Carter S Waters Pa, Au-1 totium, Lynii. Ma»s.. 

Ml: llnthuwar's, New Iledf«rd. 13-18. 
Curllu ft Otto. Poll's. Hartford. Cono.. 0-U; H. 

k U.. Bkln., 13-18. . , .„ 

Caiat-i-ua ft I'lsuuasau, Mala Street, t'eorla, III., 

Onarf ft He Veroc, BIJou. Bes Moloe*. la., OIL 
Carroll ft Baker, nowunl, Boston. 0-U. 
Cnnmsi StaKirs. Gotham. Bijla., 6-11. 
Cailnlinn 1 Mack. Jiaiftutrket. Chlcaao, 0-11. 
nMA ft carlcton. Vroctort, Albany. X. *., 

Camnraa IS), Victoria. X. T. C Ml. 
Catann. Proctor's. Albany. X. X., 0-U. 
Care* ft Hayes. Poll's. New Haven, Conn., Ml, 
Cnmllki A Eena. Gem. Lynn. Mas>.. fl-IL 
•>it«II ft flarke. Hleelrle. Waterloo, la., (|-U. 
Ca'nlornle Slflera, Pastor's, X. X. 0., 6-1 1.- 



0-U; 
0-U. 
Oil; 



K. J 



0-U 

Ind 



CampbeU ft Brady. O. O. B.. Grand Rapids, 
Mich,. C-ll; Temple Ft. Warn*. Ind., 13-18. 

CahAref's. Cinlne Wonders, Keith's, X. \. C-. 
C-U.. 

Carter ft Pollard. Orpbeum, Denver, Col.. 0-U. 

Cataisa'zh 4 Ilfc.-r.llt.sn. a. t S., Boston, •ill. 

Onriwell A nnrrK.- lfclth-3, PblU.. 0-U. 

Carlton. Al.. O- it. I owrll. Mass.. Oil. 

Carrb». M'lle.. rnmlly. I oacaster. Pa.. «U. 

Caprice. Lynn ft Fay..r«H>. Bridgeport. Conn. 

Cntllri, Geo. C. Keith's. X. Y. C. rt-ll. 
vVleste. Mile.. Proctor's, Albany. N. V., fl-U. 
Chldsey ft Kennedy. RIaito, Klrolra. X. V.. Ml. 
Cherry ft Bates. Moore's, Tortland. Me., Oil. 
Cbamlierllns, Tbe. , .Moore's, Portland, Me., 0-U ; 

Park'. Worcester. Mass., 13-18. 
Chameroys. The.- Park, Worcester, Mass., 0-U. 
Chrlssle. FM., Unique, Akron, O.. 0-11. 
Chasrltin, Temple, Detroit, 0-U; Cook'a, Rocboa- 

ter. .13-18. 
C.Ierrnnntos, The. O. O. n.. ntlsburg. C-ll. 
Clifford ft Burke. Keith's. X. V. C, 0-U; Keltb'a, 

Rostno. 1.1 is. 
C.llflycd ft Orth, Teople's, Cedar Raplda, Mich., 

0-U. 
Chirk ft Florette, Keith's, rrcvlilence, 

Keith's, Boston, 18-18. 
Clarke. Wilfred, ft Cn., Keith's, Prorldence, 
Clayton. Bessie, It. ft B., Bkln.. 0-11. 
Clarke ft Temple, Ben's, Rscanaba, Mich 

BIJou, Calumet, Mich.. 1S-18. 
ClltTord A Burke, Keith's, X. Y. C. 0-U. 
Clarke, Lucy, atoll Tour, Rag. 
Clark ft Gllniore, star, Toronto, Can., 6-11; La- 
fayette. Buffalo, N. V., 1.1-18. 
Clarke, Eddie, A Co., Keith's. Phlla., 0-U. 
Clark's Dogs ft Ponies, BIJou, Dulutb, Minn., 
Ml. . _ ._ . 

aemo ft C-isscls, G. O. 11., Syracuse, N. T„ fl- 
it ; Atlantic Garden. X. Y. C. 13-18. 
Corbley ft Burke, t>. O. 11.. Pittsburg, fl-U. 
Oorwcy. Ferry. Shea's, Buffalo. u-U. . 

rorrledn ft Dove. Bon Ton. Phlla., 0-U. . 
Conger. George 11., Palace. Syracuse, K. Y., 0-H. 
Cortstaiitlucau ft Lasrenee, Lyric, fJlereland, 0- 

11; Crystal, lletrolt, 1S-I8. 
Coleman, Boyd, ft Co.. Kmplre, toralne. 0., Oil. 
Coakley ft McBrlde, II. ft a.. Bkln., 0-U. 
Cooper ft Robinson, Winter Garden. Berlin, Ger., 

Dec. 4-3J. 
Columbians, The, Lynn, Mass., 0-U; Xew Bed- 
ford, 13-lR. , . . • 
Colnnlal Sentette. Ye, Chicago. CIS. 
corrlgan, Kmmett, ft Co., Poll's, Springfield. 

Mass., 0-IL 
Colby Family,- lull's, Worcester, Mass., 0-U. ' 
Collins ft llnrr. Apollo, Vienna, Ana., O-Dee. 2; 

Apollo. lUisselrtorf, 4-1)1. 
Cohan. Josephine; ft Co,. Alhamhra; X. Y. 0., Ml 
Oogan ft Bancroft, Family. Passnle, X. J., 6-U. 
<»oke-ft Miss Itntbert. Palais tram Brussels, 

Belg.. O-II; Sea la, Antwerp, 25-I)ee. 13. 
Oourthope, Jane, ft Co., lOntplrc, Uoboken, N. J., 

0-11.. 
Cox' Family uariettc. L'nlqne. Sacramonto, Cal., 

Ml; l'nlqne, Santa Cmr, 13-18. 
Collins ft Ln Belle, • Chutes. San Fran.. Cal., ti- 
ll ; -Lyceum. San Fran., 13-18. • 
Cowley, ins. II., UIJoii, Wheeling. W. Vn., 0-U. 
• 'oats, Bert, ft Co., Temnle, Detroit, 0-U. 
Conley. Emma. BIJou. Wheellnc, W. Va., Ml. 
Corbet!,-. las. J., Proctor's OSlh St.,' X. V. C 

ML. 
Cooke ft Sylvia, Temple, Detroit, 0-U. 
Colour, Frank. BIJou. Halesbitrg. 111., 0-11; Kllie, 

Huveiipoi t. la., I3-1M. 
Crnwf.inl ft Oasnoa, Aniphlnn, Bkln., Ml. 
Crosay ft nnyiie, Keith's, Phllo., Ml; Mary- 
land. Ralto., Mil.. 13 IS. 
Cramer, Jennie. Pcople'sll l.owell, Mass., C-ll. 
Crav/ford, tlasbui, Amidilon, Bkln., 0-U. 
Crouch ft ltloluirrt*. Faralb'. INittsvllle, Vn., 0-U. 
Crclgliton's Roosti>rs, Braili-nburgh's, phllu., 0- 

Cranc, Mr. ft Mrs. Gardner. Keltb'a, Cleveland. 

0-U; Chase's, vvasliliist.m, 13-18. 
(bittys. Musical (•'■), Keith's, Providence, (111. 
Cubltt ft Arlltie, I'amlly. Haielton. Pa., 0-U. 
Cunningham ft Smith, l'astor's. X. Y. «,',, 0-U. 
Cullen, Jas. II., G. O. II., Iadlnaapolls, 13-18. 
IPs ft D's, BIJou; Port Huron. Mich., 13-18. 
Day, Winston ft Watson, Columbia, Cincinnati, 6- 

Dahl'tns, Ij>s, Moss ft Stoll Tour, r.nc . O-Dec. 23. 
Daniels, Walter. Keith's. X. X. O., 0-U; Chase's, 

Washington, D. C, 13- IS. 
I in vis k Wslker. Mclvecsport, Pa., C-U; Zones. 

vUle, O., ts-isr. 
Dale, Violet. Q. O. II., Indianapolis. 0-U. 
Uny, Geo. W., Temple, Detroit, 8-11. 
Darrnw. Mr. ft Mra. Stnnrt. Keith's, Phlla., C-U ; 

Mnrvlnn.l. llalto., 13-18. 
Hale ft lloMn. Hon Tnn, l'blln., fl-U. 
li'Arvllle Sisters, Toneka, Kan., fl-18. 
D'Almn's Monkeys, Proc 

OIL 
Dallt-v, Mr. ft Mrs., Casino, Lawrence, Mass., 0- 

11; Gem. Ilavetlitll. 13-18. 
Dnlr-ft Miiri.bv. Ynlc's. Knusus City, Mo., 0-U; 

Novelty, Topcku, Kan., 13-18. 
Denton ft tlemlinrer. l-'lnra. 111.. 6-U. 
Dertcb, Ktta Fyvle, Costo, Fall Blvcr, Mass., 0- 

Delm'ore, Misses. Umpire, Puteraon, X. J., 0-U; 

Keeney'a. Hkln.. 13-18. 
Dc Lion, Clement, Empire Tour, Kng., 0-U. 
Dercuda ft Green. Coliseum. I^iudnn. Em.'., «-27. 
De Vny, Kmmett, ft Co.. Chase's, Washington, 

D. <:.. C-ll. 
Demonbi ft Belie. Don Tnn, l'blln.. Oil. 
De Verne, Theltnii, Graial, Portland, lire., 6-U; 

.Grand, Tncomu, Wash., 13-18. 
De Vlllds. Great. Cburlottcvllle, Va., 0-U. 
De Kock Bros.. Colunililu. Cincinnati. 0-U. 
Do Serrls, llenrlcrte, IL. O. II.. ludlonnpolla, fl- 
it: Cohimlibt, Cincinnati. 13-18. 
De Elmer Bros., Pastor's. X. X. C. 0-U. 
lie lllere, Mvsterloiu, Orpheiiin, Bkln., U-U. 
Iieonxo, Geo., Pnntam-'. Seattle, Wash.. 13-18. 
lierdtii, Darts Yale, Kunsas City. Mo., Ml. 
De Witt. Burns ft Torrenre, Keith's, Clevelaud, 

rt-U; 0- «>• IL. Pittsburg, 13-IS. 
Delmore ft l^e.- 11. ft II., Bkln., fl-U ; Orphenm, 

Readme. 13-18. 
Devoe ft Uevoe, Rrnnenhurgh's, Pblla., 0-U. 
I>*verc. Mane, Urndeuhurgh's. I'hlla. . 0-U. 
lllxiai ft Anger, Orpin-ilia, Mluuenpolls, Minn., 

till; Oriitieuiu, Denver. Oil., 13-18. 
"DI.U," ((lymph.', Chicago, (Ml. 
Dlxou ft Holmes, Orphenm, IH-nver, Oil., 0-U. 
IHxoa. Burt ft Leon, Grand, liloteruvllle, N. Y., 

D-1I: Oirle.- Yonkers, 13-18. 
Diamond ft Smith, Family, Hbaiiiokln, Va.. fl-U. 
DlainsKsl, May, ft Co., Lyceum, Tacoma, Wash., 

•111. 
D'Ocach, Mamie. B., National, Kansas City, Mo., 

HU 
Dolnn. Roger ft Belle, Star, Atolilsou. Kans., s> 

1 1 : -Nutiorinl. Kansas City, Mn., 13-18. 
Duylc, Patsy, Finally, Unite, Moo., il 18. 
Iliiwiiey, U-slle T„ NvAdty. Stoukton, Onl„ 0-18. 
Doiiov.-iii, Aruol.l, ft Co., poll's, Wnterbury, Coou., 

U-U: llatbnwny's, Xew Hedtonl, Muss., 13-18. 
Donlev. J. Francis, Sbea'i', BiinTabi, 0-1 1, 
lion Carlos, Jetfers. Saginaw, Mleh., C-ll. 
linvle ft I H-'uUiH, llaynuirket. Cblcapi. U-U. 
liurotlii-n Sisters. Lyceum, Toledo, rt-ll. 
Iiowney ft Wlllard. liuliistrlal. Molbie, 111., 0-11. 
Donaldson, Anna, Cook's, Itoebeslrr, X. Y„ 0- 

Jirew, Dorotbcy, Ondit-uui, Kansas City, Mo., 18- 

18. 
Drcsst-P. IauIvv, Kt-lth's, Boatoti, Ml. 
Drawee, l-luiplrv Tour, Eug., U-U. 
lmrands (S), Grand. IlcuO, Xev., u-is. 
liumonds, l.es, Crysiul, Marseilles, |'"r.. U-ll. 
Durbyellt- Sisters, Park, Worcester, lines., till. 
Duticua, A. «>.. (theft's. Toronto, Can., oil: 

Temple. Detroit, Midi., 1.1-18. 
Diiiiii, Arthur, ft Mutle Glazier, Colonial, 

a.; Mi. ' 

] iiirun.lt-. l.es. Keith's, X. Y. (:., 0-IL 
dunUnrs, Flying (4). Keltli's, Providence, 
lJupree, Geo. ft Llbliey,. West Side, llckilt, 




m 



Four. .Fmptre Tour. Fne.. 



Lowell. 



lltvr. 



11. 
oil. 
Vn.. 



ti 11 



, oil. 
X. V.. ■ 
Inrtlanapo 
N. J., 



Proctor's »8th St., X. Y. C, 



N. Y. 



M 



u-ll. 
Dwyer. 

Minn 
Furl ft 
i-lU-rl.v. 
El.lrid, 
Ullaore 

liiiffiit.. 
Kldrldse 



l-U. 
Wis , 



ft I.oitli', Lyceuai, Mluncapblls, 



Ifd. 
, 01 

Bartlctt. Pnnlor's, X. Y. OL' 0-U. 
Johli, Keith's, X. X. C Ml. 
Hoclou, Lyric. Term Haute. Ind., 0-U. 
Sisters. KHth's, I'leubiud, Mil Shea's, 
13-18. 
IL, Crystal, St. . Jueepb. Mo.. 0-1 J. 
11. 



Elton,. Sam, llw ft- Ktoll Tour. « 1st-. 

J'.lltc Musical Four, Pr<x:tor'a (Sib St., X. Y. C, 

till. 
Ellsworths, Four, CVutral. St-nttlc.Waah.', 0-U; 
Klton-I'ob, 'iTonne. .Vlojibl'in, llkbi., fl-U. ■ 
Elliott's, Tbe, Dvckstutlrr's, WlluJlugWu, Del., S- 

Elgouns, Lcs, Orplit-tim, Sail Fran., CaL, OIL 
Ellis. Mr. ft Mrs. Ja<-k. New Orlcnna, La., 6-IS. 
Elmos. Tbe, Boo Tou, Pblla., U-U. - 
ElUa-Xonlan Trio. (J. 0. II.. Indianapolis, 0-U; 
Columbia, Cincinnati, 13-18. 

ja'a, f/.sroll. Masi.,.g-U. 



ri'l'n. Cluirlle, Pe^pii 



fjin^T, Sfine.", 'columnii' Cjociioiiotl, 6-i'i. 
St.. Peoria, 111., 



Emmctt, Eugene, Main St., Peoria, HI., 0-U 

BIJou. Qiitncr, 13.|S, 
r.mpc-ront of Music (4), tlayniarket. Chicago, 0- 

Empire city Quartette. Proctor's. Albany, X. Y., 

0-U : Proctor's. Newark. X. J.. 13-18. 
Erie-Leo 4 Co., Mason's, Clevolant], 0„ Ml, . 



Eajrtr* Comedy 

RaSSia»7'Mr. * Mrs.F-1.. Otphenm, Fan Fran.. 
TSuill : Orpbeum, Los Angeles. 13-18 
EftfUlta ft Oabordan, Hajmarket, Cblciua, Ml. 
Piter Sisters, lyric, Tetre Hattte. Ind., Ml. 
Ksrt.eial.ls Slsler.i, 1 Gltls. IL 4 a., X. Y. O , 

"t5-ll 
Ptbar do. Xaoml. Keith's. Bo-tnn. M I. 
I irretl's »4i. Howanl. Boston, all. 
FnlrehlkR The. Ileclrle. Waterloo, la.. 018. 
l-'aaum ft Rvr.in. Empire. HolMlen. X. J.. •; J;. 
Favor ft Sinclair. Moore's. Portland. Me.. 0-1. 
Inripifli. Bast, Musical Trio. Wensi. Peoria. 111.. 

O-lljCaslle. Hloomlnaton. 13-18. 
Faust Family. Arcade. Toletlo. O., Ml. 
lac Jotanv BIJou, IWliith, Minn.. 0-U. 
Federofl. Great, Auditorium. Norfolk, \ a.. 0-U. 
Fetdman. Harry. Paterson. K, . J... (111. 
I'errtros. Victor, Albamlira. X. \. O., Ml. 
Fallk ft Barry Co., Aremle. Toleito. O.. C-U, 
proctor's, 'froy. X. V., 1818. , , _. 

Fercj. Olvmnlc, Clilcago, 0-11; najmarket. Chi- 

nXjj llnnion, l^ytlc. Cleveland, «11; Tnlqae, 

lijilwx!"*!^'* Mrs. Perkins. MsJestlc, Hot Surlngs, 
Ark.."«-U: Mnlcsite. Dallss. Tex.. 13-18. 

Fllunpre ft Adams, Mlnot. X. D., 13-18. 

Fitaelbhon. Morse A Drlslnne, Gotten, 
Mnsa.ro-11: Keith's. Prntldence. 13-18. 

Flebla'.ft Ward, Orpbeum, nkln., ML 

Fllson % Krrol, II. ft S.. X. Y. ft. Ml ; n. ft B., 

r&mti sisters (3), Palais D'Kte. Brussels. 

Fleiebct'. Cba'a. f.., Orphenoi. l>enver. Col., fl-U- 
Foy ft Clark, Shea's, Toronto. Can., Ml. 
Fortl 4 Wilson. Montr's. Portland, Me. Ml, 
Ftmtclle. Mvslcrloiis. llnymnrket. Chlcapi, 0-U. 
IVv. DoHii. II. ft S.. X. Y. l\. 0-U. 
lnx ft. Hughes. Star. Mm, Ida.. 6-18. 
Fox ft Snnimcrs, Main St.. Peoria. 111.. 18-18 
Frank, nlnrvekms. ft Bob, Shcedy's. tall 

Fredericks, llowanl. Boston, Ml. 
Freydo Bros., Keith's, Phlla., (111. 
Frlcie Bros.. BIJou, Decatur, III., fl-U. 
.'nuiKlUi-ilvue. I'istnr'f. H. J-.. !.. 
Frankfort ft l.nurl. Acme. Norfolk, vs., 
Fnakbrd ft Clay, Aislltorluni, Norfolk 

Francis. Bmron. Orphenm. San Fran., Cul., «1X- 

Fraiey.ft . Fraley. Parlor. York, Pu.. Ml. 

Frovio ft Harvey, t'nlqnc. Akron. O., 0-U ; »IJ->u, 
Wheeling. W. Vn.. 1.1-18. 

Fuller. Mo. Touring Italy. 

(lamella ft Harris. Keith's, Providence, Ml. 

(lanlner ft Stoibtanl. Majestic, Houston, 'lex., rt- 
ll ; MnJwtle, »nn Antonio, 13-18. 

Oaniner, iiappy Jnck. G. O. IL, Pittsburg. 0-U ; 
Temple, lletrolt. 13-18. 

Gaylor. llor.ulc, lUJon. Hes Moines, 
Tycerua. .llliiucaimlls. 13-18. 

tlallaBher. Bill, Bijou. Iji 'russe. J\D. 

Ganlurr .* Co., Keith's, Phlla.. U-11. 

Gartclle. Bros., ibihawk, Seheneeiaily, 

Oabnrdo. Kllellltn * Senior, ti. O. II., 

lis, 18-18. 
ilnll-lli's Monkeys, Empire. MUM 

Gaiilner, Willie. VU-torl«. N. Y. «).. Ml. 
Unyllor. tlrrat. Crystal, lh-nver, «V)L, Oil; ijirt, 

.Fuel-Is, 13-18. 
Gaylor ft GraC. Family, N. s. C.. 0-11. 
tleiiuro ft Theol. Kiunlre Tour, Lug.. ODce. »l. 
ilennl. Priiis-'ls, Clilcng.;. IM8. 
Unify ft Friwcr, isleiin, Hnytnu. «.. 0-11. 
itlraril. Marie. 0. l>. IL. Grand ltnpMs, MlcU., 

0-U; s'aslle, Blisimlngton, ill., 12-18. 
(lllssai. Clias. ft Kalbt'iiiw, Lyrle, Cleveliiisl, Oil. 
Gllroj, llaynes ft Jloutgous-rj, Ivll a, 3Sr» It" 

veil, Chiii., 0-U. . , „ „ ., 

Glllon, Tom, Poll's, Ilnrtfor,!, Ciuiu., II. 
tilorluo, Family. Iuib-Iiiui, Pa.. Mfc 
(llvnsou, • John ft Bertlui. ft Fnsl lloullban, 

Sbee»b"s, Kail River. Mass., rt-U. 
Gbae,. Auguala, Mantes, Portland. Me., o-u. 
Guto, Crystal. St. Joseph. Mo.. Jll 
tloldcB k HnRhes. Crystal, lietmlt. Mleh., fl-U, 

I^-rlc, Terre Haute. Iiul.. HI- 18. 
Gottlnh, Mr. ft Mrs., EmiaTo. Isst Anrt-li-a, Csl., 

fl-ll ; Tnlou, BskerstU-1.1, 13-18. 
Gofottb A Doyle. Club. Jnplln, ilo., 0-1 1. 
QlHtra, The, liein, Lynn. Mass II. 
Grslfrey, Iiul, ft Co.. II. ft 11.. Bkln.. OIL 
Gonlm.-ft Chacon, lllchiuoisl. No. Atbinis. Mass., 

Goriniiii, Proctor ft Gorman, Rtjoii, Oshkosh, Wta., 

Oe/croaVs f*»r8 * Do-s. Proctor's M St., X. 

OKiltoanW Musical, Orphenm, liansas tllly, Mo., 

rt-ll; Ori*i-'im. Denver. Col., 13-18. 
ilonl-n. Bon ft Mae, Phillips'. Blchmonil, Ind., 

Gnscllne. Harry S., Jelfers', Saginaw Mlcb., 0-U . 
Oraa, Frank. Crystal. St. Joscidi. M»., sl-ll. 
Grlersou Suiters, (J. U. IL, Grand Bnpbbi, Mleli., 

OiMa* <8). Crnwfunl. Sedslla. Slo., Ml. 
ilraef, Msryart-t, Mirror, Des Malum, la., fl-U. 
Gront, Alf., Ilowsnl. Iloslon, 0-U. 
(I i-lrll-.h, Lionel, ft Co., Orpbeum, ban Iron., 

«ray,"r3rtdle. Ampblon. Hkln.. Ml. 

UneaaM, Tlie. Arcaile, Toletlo, O., Mli IL * 

S.. X. Y. II, 18-18. 
Oreenway. 11}-. Buy City. Mleli., Mil Jnekson 

fllijana. I^iiilsl Arcado, Toletlo, O., Ml. 
Uraut, fb-dtm. Ptill's. Siirliigllfbl, Mass., 0-U. 
MM fc.O'.VII. «.<». 11.. I'lttslHirg, fl-U. 
Guy's Mbistrels, IIIJou, Wichita. Kalis., Hk 
Gisiry, Owen, ft Co., Poll's, Sprlngneld, Muss., 
U-U. 

auys, Tl»'. X.ivelly, Toneka, Ku 3-11 ; Star, 

.Atehbsoii, 12-18. 

(tall, bralt, KnluVa, H»Kaii. fl-11. 

Itatls. ijusical, BIJom, Wheel ng. W. Va., Ml. 
Hart A De Mar, Proctor's, Albauy. N. \.. Ml. 
Hanson. Harry I~. Boston, Ijiwell. Mass., Oil. 
Ilarntlmi Bros.. BradcntHirgb's, Pblla., Ml. 
Hathaway ft Walton, Proctor's, Newark, N. J., 

Ilayss* llealy, Auipbloo,. llklu., 1111. 

IluUiaway. Uelle, Keltb'a. Phils., Ml. 

Hawkins, U-w, Pastor's, X. l.]],WI- 

Itnritry, Kdward, IIIJou, Virfolk, \u., Ml, 

llarrlsou. Mlnule, Keith's, Cleteluinl, OIL 
(j,. H.. Pittsburg, 1318. . 

Ilumllus, The, BU-etrle, Waterk.o, la., Oil; Ma- 
jestic, Kansas Oily, Mo., 13-18. 

llsiimmic Comedy, Family, Htittv, Mout., H-U. 

lliilliinl. Say, Poll's. SnrliiKllelit, Mans., Ml. 

Itaallmine ft Hurt, Audltorluiu, Lynn, Mass., rt- 

Hariicr, Desmond ft Hnlb-y, Pm-tor's Sth Ave., 

K. X. «.'.. Ml. . ., , 

iMHliaway ft Walton, Pns'lnr's, Newark. X. J.. 

Kaiiiiuoiid, Mr. ft Mrs.- Cbns. IL, Lyric. Lincoln, 
Neb.. O-l I; Fnnilly, Sioux fit). In., 13-18. 

ll.iiiouri, lialsy. Shea's, lliiffalo, Oil; Shell's, 
Tunsilo, 1318. 

liaavey ft Iauiiu', Eiilqin-, MlniwnisilU, Mlun., fl- 
18. 

Hntvley, iohn K., Atlantic Gurdi-n, X. Y. IL, rt-ll. 

Ilnininbnd ft FoirrliT, Liljf'ia. Buy City, Mirk., 
0-11. 

HnrH-sin', Minnie, Keltb'a. ■cii-ii-l-iml, M. 

(lueillluil ft Wiley, Fnnilly, Lmu-iisler, Pa., ti- 
ll: FuliOly. Sbuinokln, 1.1-18. 

Haillcn ft Hayes, Fuuilly, tiiuniu, Krb., Ml. 

Harris, Chun, ft Itetiu, Mobawk, Sehcuivlatly, X. 
VI. Oil. 

Hui-illre. The, I. Inn's. BuO*nbi, rt-U. 

Htiley, Harry, ti. t). IL, tlruud Un|ilds, Mleh., 
0-1 1. 

Ilnel-.vr A U-sttr. Trenl. Trentau, X. J„ U-ll. 

Harris ft Mori". Xoiulty. Ih-hm-i. 0-U. 

Iblll ft Colt*,™. IIIJou. 18-s Jlolnes, In., tl-1). 

lluu-muu's Aitluittls. Pull's, HrMgi-]»,rt, Conn., ti- 
ll. 

Henry, Keith's, Pblla., 0-1 1. 

Henry ft Ytsmg, Keith's, Providence. OIL 

Ileelt.w ft Wh.s-ler. Crystal. Detroit, OIL 

Hi-lens, ICdllb. Itoundier's, Vbsinu, Aus., U-.W, 

ll.-H.i-M ft Wlllli.f. IIIJou, Des Mollies. In., 0-11. 

I li-ngler Sisters, tjoluiiiblu, St. L«uh>, Oil; -Mu- 
Jt-.ll". ChlenKo. HI-ls. 

lb -ss Jtme. ■(.'; I. Ailnnik! Garthii. X. V. <■'., o It. 

Hciiiiesis-.v, .Ilia, i.'rjsiiil. Dvliii-r, i:ol.. OIL 

I lev. lit Its. Tbe. Star, AtlfUita. lis.. U-|h. 

Herald Square Quurli-ttc, lfuipJre, llvlsiki-ii, X. J.. 
13-18. 

Ik-rnutnu, Cbaw's, Washington, D. I.'., OIL 

Hill, Slurrsy I., Mnjtslle, Dallas, Tex.. Oil ; Ma- 
J, Mli-. Wucn. 13 IS. 

Iliiiit III. BIJ'si. Wheeling. W. Va.. Oil. 

lilm-e, Billy, Crystal. Detroit. 0-IL 

litll -ftfrlilnul. Mobawk. Schcurclady, X, Y., 0- 

Dlckcy * Xclson, tlclorla, X. T. C, Ml. 
Htafe»Vn.nilngtr<i, Olymnle. C'liieagn, Ml. 
HnfhhiitV^. The. Mnryl.ind, Baltlmom, 0-11; 

lielrti's. flyraense, X. V., 13-18. 
Ilolman llms., Keith's, Bnsttsi, fl-11; Moore's, 

PortUad. Me., 13-18. 
Holmes ft W'hIiImii. lllji.it, Qulucy, 111.. fl-U ; Star, 

Sprlngthrld.'MaSN:, 1.1-1 K. 
IlowuM llros., G. O. IL. Indianapolis, U-ll; 

Columbia, Cincinnati. IMS. 



N. 



N. 



Y. C, 

Rljnn, 



I! 11. 



Ilolman. Al T... ft Mamie. Casino. Paris, Fr,. 0- 
15: I'aslno. Bntterdam. Hoi.. IC-.'IO: Ponoplc- 
■xinv, Amatentam, Dec. 1-31. 
nowat.l ft l.lnder. ■ s k its tt'a. Ir.ndon. 0»o.. Ml 
Ho-meile. Iva, Family. Paslllc N. J-. M. 
Ho-. i - ■«• RIJou. lacstaf, nub . Ml; BU«a, 

p»rt llama, ll-l*. _. 

ItdromL-. Cnrtl.-- A Webb. Olvmnlc. Chicago, ts 

II: Hnim.irtel. CInc.iiM. I»-|K. 
Il.m.iril' ■ IViss ft ponies. KclthV. Co.- ton, I'.-U | 

Moore's. Portland. Me., 13-1*, 
Houtllnl, Alhnmhrn. X. Y. C. Oil. I 

llonnnl ft Bland, Proctor's. Newark. S. J., fl-U. 
Ilnek, I'llon, ft Co.. Temple, lletrolt, Mich., Ids 

13. 
Humes ft Lewis. BIJou. Danville. III., nil; Olyms 

pic. Chicago. 13-18. 
Hiiegel llnss.. Is, minion. Winnipeg. Can., C-ll | 

Lyceum. Mlnnen|s>l|s, Minn., 13-18. 
nnrlcvs. The, Family, Paterson, X. J.. II. 
Hughes. Mr. ft Mrs. Gene. Empire, paterson, 

J.. rt-U; Empire. Holmken, N. .1., 13-18. 
Hirahes ft Bums. star. Seattle. Wash.. fl-U. 
Hiintlnulon. Grnre, ft Co.. Family, Paterson, 

J„ fl-U. 
Huntress. Jeffer*'. Snglnnw. Mich.. 0-U: Lyric, 

Cleveland, n.. 13-18. 
Hnstnn ft Dallas, Hathawny's, New Bedford, 

Mass., U-U; Auditorium. Lynn, 13-18. 
Hynms ft Mclntyrc. Proctor's 23d St., X. 

fl-U. 
Hylsnds t.1). IHJnn, Calumet, Mich.. rt-U; 

Mnrqiietle. 13-18. 
H rile ft Heath, BIJou, Qulncy. III.. fl-U. 
hi'nesa ft Ityau, Poll's, Sprlngllpld. Mnss., 
Irving, Pearl, A. ft S.. Itminu. nil. 
Italian Opera Trio. Poll's, Worcester, Mass., (Js 

II. 
Irish, Annie, ft Co., nrplienm, Bkln., fl-U. . 

Ivr. rteliimn ft Ivy. Brsdenbtiri:'-'. Phlla., 0-U. 
Jamc, ft Davis, Fnmll.1, Pottstllle, Pa., 0-U. I 
.Inmi's (21, Snalnnw, Mich., fl-U. 
Jane, Mu rv el- hi-, Oennell, 111,-hnionil, Ind.. fl-U. ' 
Jnekson Fnmlly, Toletlo, 13-18. 
.tapnuese tiunnls. Circus Henry, Vienna, Ana., 0* 

30. 
.Inrvls ft TutUir, G. O. IL, Orantl llnplds, Mleh., 

rt-U. 
Jack. Mr. ft Mrs., Keith's, Pblla., Ml. 
Jewell's Manikins, Gotham, Bkln.. Oil. 
Jennings ft Jewel), BIJou. Battle Creek, Mich., (Is 

11; BIJou, Lansing, 1318. 
•leiuilnKS ft Renfrew, Mnlti St., Pi-ot-l*. Ilk, fl-U« 
Jessies, Tlie. Crystal, Muskegon, Mleh.. Ml. 
JnlifMins, Musleul. Shea's. Toronto. Can., il-Uj 

G. O. IL. I'lttslHirg. 13-18. 
Jones. Wnller «.'., Sluiidoril, l-'l. Worth, Tex., 0« 

Jordan ft Harvey, feeds. Kng., 0-11: I'nvillon, 

(,..ii.ioii. IMasr. 31. 
Hntler, Atslul, Cidonlnl, X. Y. IX, Ml. 
Kates Bros, iiijoii, Mnslna. Mleh., Ml. 
h.iiifiiiiiM, Ri-hu, Alhambrn, Uuuloii. Mug., oi 

Ib-e. 31. 
Kanelll, Alhcn, Apoli", ' Cobunif, tier.. Mil 

Vnili-lo Pros.. Aun.. 1080; Winter lltinlen. 

lU-rllr. tier., 18-e. I-H1, 
Kii-tie. Mattle, ft i\i.. Poll's, Woreer ler, Mass., 

II In. 
Kr|ev. Mr. ft Mrs. Alfred, Dominion, Winnipeg, 

Can., tl Vi. 
Keuiin. cimrlcs, Colonial, Lswrcmv, .Mass., 0-U; 

lliiiplri-. Pnlere.,11, X. J„ 1318. 
Kelh-bei'. Hi. n!. .Hi m-jl/s, pblln., rt-U. 
Keini. W-itsb ft Mi-lrurm, Prtvlor'a. Newark, N, 

J., rt-ll: PisK'lor's. Alliitin'. X. V., 13- 18. 
Keiilnii, isirotby, Pmet.ir's, Tnty. X. V., 0-11. 
Keniii, Mr. ft Mrs. Hol-(,|,., Jcltere', SsglnnW, 

Midi., tl II. 
lieiiiiin: ft ti.-- In in. fiiluuildn, St. Louis, Ml) 

lint in 1 1 l.i-i. (Iiu'iiito. 13-18. 
Keiit's Hogs, Chase's. Wnsbliitlbm. D. •'-.. fl-IL 
Kfttt. T. Miller, \ Co., tl. II. II. , li..llniia|sills, 

It, 
Kennedy ft lbwiiey. l|. ft S., X. V. M., «ll. 
Ki-iivou ft Is- tlnruio, Kellh's, Cb-velsnd, tl-1 1 f 

Mnr.i Inii.l, Itiilin., 13-18. 
KeuiKslv ft Uimtn-lll, Auiphltin. llklu., (111. 
Kelly. W. C. 1'r.s-tor'o, Albniiy. N. Y.. fl-11 J Vie* 

i i-i In. N. Y. C. 1 3-18. 
Kei-lfv SlKlers, lirpheuni. Sprlnglleld, 0., Mil 

llruiid llnuiilloii, 18-18. 
lit.ius-li, Fslwlit. ft Co.. llalhnway's. New Betls 

i..r.l, Mass., nil: Auditorium, Lynn., 13-18. 
Klp|,.v. An-atle, 'lidetlo, O., fl-U. 
Klrnlfo, tlnlqiH-, Wlnnli'eg, Can., nil; Unique* 

Mli,lieii|-ills, Mini,., 13-18. 

I.IHivii ft Murphy, I Inward. Ibettoii, rt-ll. , 

Kltninurii .In i is. G. O. IL, lnillnnn|s>l|s, 0-1 1, 
Klmlinll ft linnin-.-in. Fnmlly, Mabanoy t'lty. I'a^ 

fl-U; ilnrrlck, Wllmliuitmi. Del., 13-18. 
Klein ft Klein, Crystal, l,oganspnrt, Intl., fl-U. 
Kbs-ss Sisters (Si, PrisMur's, Xt-wnrk, X. J., tw 

II. 
Kluiii ft t'lifiMii. urpheum, Mlnnenisdls, fl-U; firs 

phclilii, Olliulin, Neb.. 13-18. 
Klein, (ill Bros, ft .Nicholson, Berlin, (ler., 11-30, 

Koklii, Mist elte, Kivplrt-, Pat»rs»ii. X. J., (ill. 

Kohl, 'in.- ft Marlon, People'*, ta-nvi-iiwnrlb, Kun., 

0-U. 
Kosure ft (.'hnplaln, 22t) St., Clilcngo, 3-11; (Hole, 

I'lik-nan, 13-18. 
ln'lil'T o. Marlon, Ciimmlugs, Flteliburg. Muss., 

Krlrsei'B iMigs ft Monkeys, Pustnr's, N. Y. O., 

0-11. 
I.u Clair ft West. New, Ptiwtiit-ket, It. I., fl-U. 
Liiwrriice, Mne, Itlnlbi, Klmlrn. X. Y„ A-U. ! 

In /ill.-. 1-iL, Grand, Mmlou, Intl., OIL 
l.nisi-ii Sisters, ('hiisi-'s, Washlnutoii. I), u., fl II, 
I.u Atlelnlik-. BlJtiil. Qullicy, III., fl-U. 
I. a Tell Bros., Cliiitee, San l-'rnn., Cnl., fl-18. 
I, million ft Pteref. Keith's, llosltsi. till, 
1.1 Mnr. Wayne, Lymuiu, Sail Fran., «al.. (1-11, 
I, n TiihIui, Phil., O. IL, tleiW'-Iii. CnL, 
Liitell. I-M.. Sun Frun., I ill., fl-18. 
ij-.iieuslir. Tom, lilyiuiile, Sprlngll'.-ld, 

Anii-ll.'iili Clllengn, l.'MS. 
I.uliun, Mile., Orpheiiin, Sim Fran., 
i ii mil. ft Fnilorsoii. Trent, .Trentan, X. J„ fl-U, 

Lnui-tister, .Murgan-lle, A. ft 8., Ht»l Ml. 

Im Cmls. Pniil. Mnnonlf. Ft. Wayne, Itsl., Mil 

III Ion, Dccntiir. 111., Ill IS. 
I.u Centra ft Ln Riu-, Pnluev, Wnrcester, Mass., 

ll-ll; Pastor's, X. Y. I!., 13-18. 
I.nkolu, Ilnn-v ft Cnrrtc, Star, Mmicle, Ind., 6s 

11; Star. Fl. Wnytie. 13-18. 
I.iiiviioin ft Ewlng, (Iniml. Jtdlet, Ilk, 0-U] 

West 8l.li.. Jsuexvllie, Ilk, 13-18. 
LaVlne, Wnllone ft !>•., II. ft M.. X. Y. I!., Ml, 
l.nvliK- ft 1.,-iunril. KelHl's, Full River, Mass., 

U-ll. 
I.iiiigblbi, Antin, Vleliiyln, X, V. «J„ 0-11. 
I.ttuk'tlou. Itatille, Entplrv, Ittvkford, Ilk. fl-U. 
l.nu '.-i-'t-r. T. l-'mitels, l.os .Mis'.'li-s. t'.il., fl-U. 
Lumounl ft Piinb-ite. Floiil's, Mmllstiu, Wis,, fl-U] 

Kniplie, Jollel. Ilk. 1318. 
Ln Vuiilo ft Huiird, Crysiul. lliirlon, link, (111 ] 

Ali.lrtsi.il, IMS. 

Irene, Park, Worcester, Mnss., fl-U t 
Washington, D. <'., 13-18. 
Jeuiilnes ft Dab-, Hon Ton, Phil*., (Is 



hi., 

u II. 

Ilk. nil] 
A-ll, 



Cnl 



Crystal, 

Ln 'hail', 

Chiiw's, 
Ijinreiu-e, 

II. 
La vim- ''I1111U1..1 Trto, ft. O. IL, Syracuse, X, 

V.. OIL 
f .ei In-., I'l-li'li ft Susie, Panlur's, X. V. C 'Ml. 
I.e i.lalr, Harry, Mnrylund, Bitlto., Md., Ml; 

I'nrk, Woi'ts-sii-r. Mass., 13-lv 
Ltsii-rl, I!., I'liim's, MadlMui, Wis., U-U. 
i.is.nr.ni. liriits-. Keith's, Phll.i., Oil. 

U-U Is. Mm- Ilriyui ill.i-l. I'lili'iiM,,, 11-11. 

1^- Roy ft W'sstrorl. l-hnplni. Iiul. .I.i-ii. K. -T„ Ot 

II ; Prneloe's, N. V. I.'., IH-IH. 
|j.-slb-. tli-o. IV.. Crystal, Cripple Crrrk, CrJ., 6> 

II; Crystal. Colorado Springs, '..1-18. 
Lewis ft llnrr, Topeks, Klllls., fl-IL 
Leslie, ll-.iiie, b'aiell). LnuenspT, l'-i., O-l I, 
I ,i , -iiiir.l , llibtle, ' ii'i'ln im., New . Orleniis, La., 

it IL 
fj-vy. M,-s. Juh-s, ft Co., Hlliui Api'toton, Wis., 

nil; BIJou. MnMiini".-, lit a. 
l.e..iiliis, Liiiiri-<itt, Pruflur's, Albnny, N. Y., 

f. II. 
I.isoil ft Dab-, Lyrle, Term Haute. link, rt-ll. 
Leu eliui-ry Trio, i'mull), l.iiii.-nsli-r, Pu., ll-ll. I I 
t.e Pago. Keith's. I!.. -i.m. u-ll. 
I.lub, Bill). Kt-lth's, Wen-I.ilid, ll-ll. 1 

l.lllpiitluns. The, Novt-llv, Hem er, Col., (111. 1 
I ..mi;.. Tie-. Pilluci-, Worcester. Miisf., 1:1.(8. 
i.i.ii-i-h, i-oiin-ii- i>>., Proelor'aB*! .81.. X. Y. «!., 

till. 
l....,-( k OiUoti, Ki-llli'n, X. Y. ''.. 0-U. 
t j.i -o-l I Mull,, <1iae»'s, Wiisliliigt'tu, D. ('.. nil. 
Is.ri-ltii Twine. Mirror, lb- Moines, In., rt-U. 
I.ti'-it-r, .Mr. ft Mrs. l-'rvk. Ai-uOoiuy, SerntiloOi 

Co.. 0-U. 
I.u.-nil'/.-, Bi-iini-ll's, Limiou, C'jli., OIL 
t.ni-liiiMi Trio. Hlp|*>lrouui, X. Y. I... 0-U, 
( -ti.-....- . Iji. ft lliizel, I'lilipie. Mini l.'luire, Wis,, fl, 

II; BIJou. Diiluili, Mini... IB-IK. 
I. ukeiis III, .Mel 11 hi, Itavorsr. liur., 'i-ir»; Clrs 

t-ue Carre. Atuati-iilaiu, Hol„ Hi 30: St-liiiuiaiiii, 

FrnliKfor.l. Cor., Dee. 1-1*1. 
t.uw ft l.o-.-v, Gepni-ll. nlehumtsk link, 13-18. 
Lu'.'i, Jo.-., Ik O. II., Gt.uid (laidds, Mleh., t»t 

II. 
Lstieli, Great, Bun Too, Pblla,, il II. 
Mark ft- Lluxnl, BIJou, Mnrtiueltu, Midi., Q-U ] 

b.hpciiilug. Il: is. 
Mii-oli -Let-li T Co.. Poll's, llrlilL-l|«-.lt. fVmn., 0, 

13; I'rot-lor's. Newark,- X.. J.. I.'I-IH. 
Mn • 1 1 nt- Hrothers, Ctillaisi Reercus, I.Nton, I'ort., 

O-lN-tr. 31. 
Maddens, Tbe, Manhattan, Norfolk, Va„ flit, J 



070 



THE ISTEW YOEK CLIPPER. 



November it. 



i • 



->" 



Murlow, Pmnkolt & Co., roll's, Hptlngacld. 

Milan., ii-11. 
Hacks (21, Crystal. Logamuwirt, Inil., II 11; Bon- 

IICll'l, LOIMlvl:, Cllll., i:t-i **. 
MiiUicwh k Ashley, 0, (). IL, I'ltUbiiriJ. 0-11. 
Mm Anders, U 1 *, Mtiluiwk, Schenectady, X. V., 

0-11. 
MulzonlD. 'Clio. llrndontiuri-h'i", I'lilln.. (1-11. 
Matthews .* Harris. Proctor's .">Mlr HI., N. V. C. 

0-11. 
Maoartc SIkIciw (Hi. Ili'idicum, Sim Fran., Cul., 
' (1-11. 

Miir-shall. Mm- Mystic. Thrill's, Fnig. AH*.. 'I-HO. 
Midlsry llnw.. Itrooks A; llolllilny. Howard, Ho«- 

Ion, C-ll. 
Miirhicllni. The, People's. Cedar Itaplils, la„ 0- 

II : IIIJmi. Dos Melius. 13-18, 
Mario ft AWii, • irrln Itros.', Mexico, Mrs., II-DL 
.Uiircrniuids. The, family. Polisvlllc IM., 0-12; 

Family, Jlnudion. HI-IN. 
Miiki'i'. t'lt-IM I'.. < ' r.v r. I u I . Kokoiuu, Iml., 0-12; 

Philip'*. Itir 1,1111,11.1, 13-ltt. 

Ma«soy *: Iu'iiiiht. Crystal, Knfcoiuo. 1ml.. fl-18, 
.Music. Kit. ft Nettle, Family, Miilmnoy City, l'a., 

0-13. 
MiiW.vno, Kddlc. Fair, Chester, H, C, ti-lt; Orange- 

Mni'k. jolin ft' Carrie, Pastor's, N. Y. C. 'Ml. 
Mareeiui. Kovurn k Mureenu, Umpire, Clefelantl, 

II., «• 11, 
Miiiuell's Minloiioltes. Kltlo, Davenport, In., 0-1 1; 

IIIJ..U. I,n Ciiniso. Wis.. ir-,18. 
Majestic 'llln, Kellli's, X. V. It. 8-lt. . 
Mnrlnw, limited A; C<>., Pull's, Sprlngnchi, Mass., 

(Ml. 
MuVlvll. Meriuin. A. k S.. lloslmi, 11-11. 
Mack, Kvu, 1'w.ple's. Lowell. Muss., U-ll. 
■Miic-k k 1.1'imunl. lilji.ii. liny City. Midi.. 0-11. 
Muck. llflblir, .IctTers, Haglluiw. Mlcll., 0-11. 

MmMoi * tank, «. ii.. H fuse, Statu ia-18. 

Marllero, IJiiim, lllnllo, Klmlru. X. Y., U-ll. 
Murckley * Crux. Clriiml. Vancouver, II. C. 0-1 1. 
Mnrlnii k IXuue, family, I'uuglifcoepaio, N. »., 

May Fernando 'J'rln. Crystal Detroit, (1-13. 
McN'aiuef, tiidcly. Sprhrglleld, HI., Oil; Oasllc, 

lltuuuifugtoii. lll-l s. 
MoCuc ft Cnlilll. II. * It.. Itkln.. 11-11. 
MoCrea fc I'oole, .Novelty, Denver, Col.. 0-11 ; 

Pueblo, la-lK. 

McMorrH Hcrllui, Miuiclc, lml., 11-1 1', Colurubua, 

O.. HI-IS. 
Mcl,uln Sisters, Howard. Hostoii. 0-1. 
.MoCord. Lewis, .v Co.. Colonial. X. V. C. U-ll. 
.McCarthy, Mylos. A; Co., U. II., Lowell, Miu., 

■III. 
McKIuiimi it lteeil. Olympic. Chicago, (ill. 
UoCJolliiwI, Jus.. IIIJ011. Imliitli. MI1111., 0-11. 
Me.Muliou's Mlimlii'l Mulds, Cook's, llocbcstcr, 

X. V.. 0-lt: Amphloo. llklu,, i:i-!S. 
Mcl.'uulcr A- Donovnn. Mlxttlou, Ban I'rnn., C»l., 

0-1 1 ; I'.rll, Oiikluml. I»-1H. 

M.-SI c, .1.. Alluiitli: dnrilvn. N. Y. C, 0-11. 

Mi'ltjidi? Is Wclraini 1 . IloBlcm. Ixiwcll. Mab«.. fl-11. 
McCmlv. fivil, I'l-oiiU-'k. Lowell. Mum., 0-11. 
MH'unc .V (li-.mi. til™. I'oud I in 1,11c, Wis.. 0- 

II ; (iinml, .lollct. 1"-IS. 
Morrill, lliijin,, ml. I.I1111'*. Uuir.ilo, 011; Htnr, 

liihuif. Intl., litis. 
Molroy Trlu. 22il Hlvift, Chlcnfo, 0-11; Olola-, 

I'llll'liKO, l.'l-IN. 
Molvlllo k AM-On, I'li'kwlck. Kim Dioeo, Cll., 

nil; I.'iiIiiiii'. I.iw AinfflcH, lll-IS, 
Mi-lriK" .V Minor, A. A- H.. Iliwluu, O-Il. 
.Melville .V Slcliion, Dniliouin, Hnu I'rnu., Cul., 

■III. 
MclvliT, KOwln.-i, II. O. II., Tx)«rll, Mn»s., 0-11. 
.MoIi'imo it ilmliiiiii, Slur, Ilumlli.,11. Cnn., 0-11. 
Jlonltt M llu»-llu. family. I'iiIUvIIIc, l'a., 0-11. 
Miwnvum-r Hoys' Trio. II. 0. II.. Itullmiiiuollii, ti- 
ll ; Coliioil'lii, Cliii'liiunll. 111-18. 
Mon-illlli MNliw. '1'lvoll. Cnpft Town. S, -\., 0-3n. 
Mollunoy, IM.llo, Cryiilnl. Hi. JomcjiIi, Mo.. U-ll. 
Miwlcr. Kilwlun. O. II.. Lowell, Mil**., Ml. 

MCtaf * Mnill. I'llV., Mimlliolll'lie. KlK.. 27-I>(«. 2. 

Mci'm Cll. Keltli'K. liision, (111; Kcltli'a, 1'roTl- 

ilvni-o, 13-IK. 
Mil,. -hell k I'nlii, il. 0. II.. lmliannpolla, 0-11. 
.MIIIei'Klllli Slxteiv. Unwind. Iloxtou, 0-1H. 
Mlllci- k Culim. ViiIo'k. Kniiuim City, Mo.. 0-11. 
Jlblioll. La I'lllle. KeltliV. 1'1'OVldfflcC, U-ll. 
Mllluiaii Trio, li. (1. II., Indliinuiiolh*, Ind., Ill- 

IK. 
Mlltuim, The. Slur, Allimtii. fin.. 018. 
Mills A MnrrlH. I'nllV. HprhiKlleld. Mush., fl-11. 
.Mllltnry Uvtt'llr, Keltli'u. Cleveland. (>., U-ll; 

«i. li II.. YimuiNluwii, I.'I-IK. 
Mi, nisi, u .lolin. .Miller. Ins .MiiIiioh, In., 0-11. 
.M,, ,ii, n, Temple & Morion, Mulmmiy City, l'a., 

it II. 
Mam-ll Mr. A- Mr*., llljan. Ln Crosso, Win., 0-11. 
•Mnlnrliic," fidoiilnl, X. V. I!.. U-ll. 
-Moitidl A Uiid.v. (,'rnml. Fresno. Cul.. 1818. 
.Monroe, Hn>. V>. t'oloiilnl. X. Y. C, U-ll. 
.Monluijue'H Coekutui Cirrus, Lyric, Cleveland, 

(111. 
Mnrrls. Iloli. I'alnee, Wnrci'tiler. Muss.. U-ll. 
.Moloiilrl, Coliseum. Vienna. Ails., (i-.'m. 
Moilun, .Ins. .1.. Kidili'n, I'lilln.. 0-11. 
Moim', Hon Tea, Jiicknuiirllle, flu., 0-11; fair, 

Tunipu. Ll-IM. 
Morion, I'lill., Ilraileiilnircli'a. rutin., 0-11. 
Monroe, Mind: k l.awieutc, 1'nrk, Worcester, 

Mass., u- 1 1. 
M, oi ai is (."• i. I'nrk, Worcester, Mass., 0-11; 

Keith'*, X. Y. C la-It. 
Motions, .hi^'llnt; (-1), mjuii. Hay City, Midi., 

nil. 
Mooaey k IlidU-ln. Colonial, Lnwrenco, Mass., 0- 

II. 
Mliridiy, Mf. k Mrs. Mark, I'oll'H, Xew IlnTCii, 

Conn., ill I. 
•Mnr|iliy k Wlllnitl. Oridieum, lleiidlni;. l'a.. 0-11. 
Murphy k Amhews, laiiilly. I.uiieiisler, l'a,, U-ll. 
Miooliy k M.-iiuls. Sliru's, ItulTalo, U-ll. 
.Mnrrny k Lane, I'roclor'a, Newark. N. J., 0-11. 
Xawn. Tom. ,V Co., .Ctflllium, llklu.. 0-11. 
Xnvi. |n (III!* (12), Kllinlrc, llolsiken, X. J„ 

II- 1 1. 
Xalon, Slnsle.il, famllv. l'onplikcepsle, N. Y, 

U-ll; filially. llloverKVlllo, CI-1S. 
XiiiiiIts Jn[> Troupe. Lyric, Terro Haute, lad., 

till. 
Newton, Mnramntt, Arende. Toledo, 0., 0-11. 
.Newnaiii. Jesepli. lloidiinn', MemplilH, Teiiii., ti- 
ll: llny.narkel. Clilenw, 13-W. 
Xenell « Nll.lo, <;. O. II.'. Kile, I'll.. L1-1S. 
-Nleliulii Sinters, Hlieire, Turonlo. Can., 011. 
Nlliio, lied. Alliainlirn, X. Y. C. O-lt. 
Norlim k Nicholson, Caluiuldu, St. Ixmla, 0-tl; 

Mnjesilc. Cbtraau. lil-lS. 
Xole. Hairy. Hliilin. f.linlvii, X. V., 0-11. 
.Norniini, Mary, l\iluiutdii, St. I.onls, 0-11; Hay- 

lllarkel L'lileaso. IK-IS. 
Nonvurili, .tnel-. Kollli's. Iliwton. Ml. 
Nii'ionl. J. I'.. & Co., Mohawk. Selieiieetuily, X. 

T.. u-ll: Ueailllaj, l'a.. lil-ls. 
Xye, .Veil, llowurd, IhisIoii. nil. 
n.h". Keene.v's. Itkln., (III. 
O SpH'1 MiuatielK. I'oll'H, ltiiilueiwrt. Conn., ti- 
ll. 
(Hiilieiis Comply l-'our. Albutulira, X. Y. C, U-ll. 
u'ltrleii A llavel, <ii'|ilieiim. llklu.. U-ll. 
irilileu, W. \V.. Hem. Lyini. JIiiks., U-ll. 
O'Jiai. din. Sinhmteld, Mo.. (Ill; Mujesilo, Hot 

Siirluus, Ark., lit-ls. 
okui'i' Jan Tioupe. Ilayiuiirkel, Clilcngo. 0-1 1. 
idiiivs, The. family. K. HI. Loula, 111., 0-11; 

Olympic, riiioitco. i:;-is. 

I'antiei- Trio. ICellli's. I'rovhleiu'o. fl-11. 

I'i.irl,'.'. Trent. Treat N. J.. tt-H. 

I'ltrHtftincM. I.es, I'oluiulila. Clni'luiuitl, Oil. 

I'aela-i-si I'jiiully . Shea's. Toroiilo. Can., 0-11. 

I'aiils. Tl„'. iilohe. SI. Louis, U-ll, 

Caltl ,V MeKee. Colonial. Unite, Mont., 0-11. 

t'elnmr .v Italdusoii, Kdlsou, SiHitioue, \YusU., U-ll ; 
I'oiishllac, Helena. Mom., l.'IIS. 

I'erev ,\i Aleelu, family, .New llrltnln. Conn. . U- 
It. 

IVrklus A- I'ulvella. Com. Lynn. Mass.. fl-11. 

ivilcllir, Helen, foil's, Waieesler, Muss., U-ll. 

I'ito k Wilson. I'ntnlly. Lancaster, l'a.. fl-11; 
Ltl'lc. Cleveland. 1*1. IS. 

fchl. fled A Auele. l.'olmuhla, St. Louis, (III; 
HbmiuiiI.cI, Chicago. Cits. 

l'eselil,ulT t'leuis-. Vlclolla. X. Y. C, OIL 

l'»wll(. AihiiIiIoii. llklu., till. 

Phllhrml,' A Itoyuoids, llosloii. Lowell. Muss,, fl- 
11. 

I 'taenia Mhlaels. It. k S., X. V. 0.. tltll Am- 
jdilon llklu., lilts. 

I'lcive A: .Mnl,:,'r. tii'iihcmu. San liuu.. Cul., ni- 
ls. 

PHmt. Ma\ni11liiiu. Kcllh's. Uoslon. U-ll. 

1'iniers. Mi. .V .Mis. John T,, Cryalul, Detroit, fl- 
11 

fader A Iturlwoll, Casino. 1'nris. fr.. 0IU. 

t'nwell. Hurry. A. A S.. Iloslon. U II. 

rape. .1. I'.. A d..|j. llljou. liiiuvlllc. 111.. Oil. 

l',i\iors' f.l.'pliaols. lll|,|,is|roine. X. V. {.'.. (III. 

I'ower.s k TbeoluM. i'i'.M.|nl, Milwaukee. Wis., '1- 
II : Uoiuiril. Clilcrue.,. lil IN. 

Powers. Jus. 'P., A Co., l'loetor's oSlll St., X. 
Y. O.. Oil. 

foils k Unite, Cssllo. Illnonilujiou. HI.. Oil; 
LIU,'. Ihiveuisiil. In.. Ill-Ill. 

t'loulx, iisenr. llljou. Hay Oily. Mlcll.. fl-11. 

Pr«lle, Chun., Orpheum. San l'luu.. Oil., 11-11. 

I'rydo, I'cKKy. 11- A 11.. llklu.. (ill. 

t'rlri-. AL. family, fatersan. X. .T.. till. 

Hniiitoy SlMiers. Columlilii. HI. I.mils, II II. 

ll.ii'kcll S- llaminl. fniidie Tour. Km;., UUee. III. 

Undo A Iterliniiii, fnliilly. Ilanllon. I'n.. (III. 

H^'Uoid A Vnleuiiue, fav., lilnj-ijoiv, t.Asd., (ill, 



Hipp.. Liverpool, fiiff.. 1U-IS ; Tlv„ Leeds, 20- 
25 ; I'al.. Itclfnal, Ire, 2T-Htn. S. 

UavciHii'Mtt, i.'luii-linir, Main Kt„ l'cnrln. III., 0- 
11. 

Itnlinnnd k (loot. Ilinmtt's, I„>jidou, Can., 0-11; 
lleuueltV. HI. Tlioiiois. Ill Is. 

llnililniiiH. flylus, Kuipire, iloluken, N. I., U-ll. 

lianf, Cluwli'. Lyric, Clevelnml, ft., U-ll. 

llureiiKcrolt, Charlolle, Mulii St., I'corla, 111., fl- 
11. 

Iliii. k lies,- In-, Kil Hi's. Il,-i..ii. OIL 

Hello ft Murray, llljou, I'.irl Huron. Mich., U 11. 

Ill-i'.l lllnl.i, Ann hi, ,n, llklu., U-ll. 

HeULiiv, Illiu. liiniiil. 11, 'no. Xev„ illl. 

Itiains 'ill. fair. Joliusloaii, N. Y.. 0-11. 

Iteinti-r, Helen. Show's, Toronto, Cun., U-ll. 

IteiiTieo family, llljou. Diilnuiue. la., U-ll; Do- 
minion, H')li.,l|»r£. I'4)i., i:i-is. 

lletce. Ilnsser, Jr., finnlly, I'oitsvllle, l'a., (111. 

iteyiiiird. Mil. I'.. II. Is, IL. I'lllsluirK, I'u., U-ll; 
rtlicuV, llildal... lil IN. 

Item. Will k -May. Ui>.n. I'ort Huron, Midi., fl- 
11. 

Iteil ILli en Cmlils, II. k S., X. Y. C. U-ll. 

Itevidl. Nellie, Dniulaloii. \Vlunl|ioK. Can.. U-ll. 

Itelclu.'u's |h,(!s, Keith's, I'ruvWence, 011; Msry- 
Inml. Hullo.. III-1K. 

Itiilfoid A- Wlnclii-nler, Olrmplc. ClilcaKO, 0-11 ; 

tl. O II.. lllill.MllllHKllS. l;: in. 

Hint k. Cohen, AmplilDii, llklu., U-ll. 

ltl< — A Ciolv. Olympli', Chicago, U-ll ; O. O. II., 

ll',llil!lil|„,IIs. lil-lK. 

Itlpley. Tom, llayiiiiirket. ciil.a^,,. nil. 

Hlvn Urns.. Orrlu llros.. Mexico, Mex., i! Is. 

Itllehle. Adele. Otjilicuni, llklu., 0-11; Alhsmbra, 
X. Y. Cm 13-IK. 

Ul<i; A I'reviiM. l'roclor'ii SSlli St., N. Y. C, fl- 
11. 

Rio llros., Kmplre, l'lilerson. X. J., U-ll. 

llh'liai-iis Kl.lcrs, I'orllnud, Ore, U-ll. 

Hli-lilnus, Caroline. U-ll. 

Hlcliiirilsiin, Cariir. feofile's. Lowell, Mass., fl-11. 

Illce. funny. lYoelor's, Newark, N. J., 0-11. 

ItoHMOw Ml'lgels, Orphenui. llklu.. 0-11. ■ 

ItoBj. Ivhviiiil. ftiiully, llntcltoii. Pa., 0-11. 

ItdlihliH A.- Ti'i'iiiiinnn, Veimt, I'eorlu. Ill,, fl-11 ; 
America n. Chleuiio, lii ts. 

ItoKsley k llnalelli.'. (Ilyutplc, HprliiKtIelil, 111., fl- 
11; V.niilillc, L'hli'ir,'.,. lit-IN. 

llossl'rt Miil'sc, Avcudc, Tiili.'iln. (I., (1-11, 

lluof, Jock & Kva, llriuleiitnlrgti's, I'lilln., 011. 
Itoin-rs A Travel*, Hon Too, I'lilln.. O-l I. 
lloiilnsuii. Kilnl, Donionlmi, Wliinlta-f, Can., 0- 

II: Olplicuni, .Mliincii|sil|s, 13-IK 
ll'is:,lix's, The, JiiTiis, Huglbaw, Midi., 13-14, 
Itouuey k IK-HI, Alluimlira. X. Y. C, 0-11, 
lloKooe A HIiiim, Chicago, u-ll. 
ItllHS Sl-ll'is. Limn, II.. Oil. 
Hone a Kills. ItlJ.ni, La Crosse. Wis.. 0-tl. 
liocl.i z'.i Hots, Turk, Worcester. Muss., 0-11. 
HoKcrs, Will It., Vlclolla. X. Y. C, 0-li ; Kellk'c, 

Worcester, Muss., I.'1I8. 
Itonlthifl A SteveiiM, Ileunett's, Isjndon, Can., 0-11 
Hose, Jul Inn. II. .V II.. llklu.. U-ll. 
Ibwlivforl A May, Dewey, Ultra, X. Y„ 13-18. 
liilssell. llljou. London & Star, Kii|{., 0-11; Col- 
lins' k Kuslou, l.'IIS: Duchess A I'argoD, 20- 
215. Canlerbury. I'urgon, 27-Dee. 2. 
Hussell, Lillian, l'roclor'ii ".SIli SI., X. Y. C, 0-11, 

Itussell A 1 bar. Mala St., I'eorlu, 111., 0-11; 

llljou, Ucchtur, lll-IS. 
Hussell. I'hll A ('undo. BIJoil. Uiielnc, Wis., 0-11; 

llwl Klde, Zuiii-sillle. lit-18. 
Iiussolis, Muskiil, Cryslnl. Marlon, Ind., 0>ll; 

CrystuL Audersnii. ):|-ls. 
ll.vun A Douglas. (Jlyiniile, Chlcaen. 0-1 1. 
Huntoro A Mnrloiv. Ilmplrc. Ln Sullo. III., Oil. 
Sulo. (i. 1C, Kclili's, flilln., U-ll ; Keith's, Provi- 
dence, III IS, 
Sautcll, (ir.'.ii. Vnlipie, .Sail Jose, Cul., 0-11; 

Chutes. Sun t'rmi.. lit-18. 
SiiMon A Mlllou. U. ti. II., Cheyenne, Wyo., 0- 

II ; Novelty, Denver. Col.. 1,'i-lS. 
Snleiuo, Oriiii, inn. Diuiver, Cul., 13-18. 
Siinniy. HlMft, A Co.. Lyric. I'oeatcllo, Ida., 

u-11 ; lleiiu. Xev., 1:1-18. 
Snw-yer. Marvelous, Mirror. Deu Moines. In., G-ll. 
Siivuiui. Iteiiucit'H, l,,,iid,iti. Cult.. 0-11. 
Suls'l, Joseplilue, Tlvull, Oxford, Luiulou, ICilb',, fl- 
ail. 
Siivoyu, The. ldon. roud du I.nc, Wis., 0-11; 

tln.Mil. Milwaukee. lll-IS. 
Schiller. Li-o, Ol'plielllll. MliilicnlKills. Oil. 
Scott. Carrie M., XlckL'loilcou, full Illver, Mass., 

(111. 
Scull. Mi'iiilc, I'eopleV, Lowell. Muss., fl-11. 
Scaiilon. Uuriv. Lyric. Cleveluml, 0-11, 
Keotl, Mike, family, l'ulorson. X. J.. 0-11. 
Sclicpp'a Hois A Ponies, Hopkins', Memphis, 

Tcnn.. u-ll. 
Kclirneder k Deune. 1'sstor'n, X. Y. C. 0-11. 
Serru, i.'lias., Hheu's. Toronto, Cun., 11-11. 
Seldom Pros., tl. l». II., l'lttsuuri;, 011; Cbmie'B, 

WiisliliiciMi, tills. 
Searcy, tleo., Slur. Spiinglleld. Ma., 0-11. 
Keniuu. Clui". !•'., Mohawk. Solicueotudy, X. Y., 

u-ll; iii'idicii.ii. fthii, i:: is. 
ShmiL'opnvl. Kellli's, Providence, fl-11. 
Shcii), an] A IViir.l, Anditnrliini, Lynn. Mass., U-ll. 
Shcnuuii A Do |.'on*l. Cook's. Itocliester, X. Y., 

U-11; Trmiilc. Detroit. 1H-1S. 
Slu.ri A rihoi'ly, Darllutf, Gloversvllle, N. Y.. 

Ml. 
Shaw A Warren. Proctor's, Newark, X. J.. 0-11. 
Sluiw A- Demi, llljou. Ilay Clly. Mich., 0-11. 
Shutluck. Truly, Shea's, Toronto. Can., fl-11. 
KliiKliig flower flirt, Keeney's. llklu., 0-11. 
Silver, Luke A Llehler, Hon Ton. Phllu.. till. 
Sims. Heunhle, Cohii'a,' Mliineupolis. Minn., U- 

II; Crystal. Milwiiiikec. Wis., 13-18. 
Zhnoiis. I.onl.,., Kellli's, I'lilln.. 0-1 1: 
Ktater A finch. Mujestlc. Waco. Tex.. 0-1 1. 
Smith, 1'iler J , Mala Ht.. Pourhi, 111., 018. 
Sinlrl & Kessner, full's. Ilurtlord, Conn., 0-11. 
Slilllll A Itcvun. A. A K., itosloli. Oil. . 
Siiillh, Slue; 11. IV, ►, Audttoiluiu, I.yur, Mass., 

0-11. 
Snyder A Hueldcy. Temple, Detroit, 0-11; Cook's, 

Kuehcster. X. Y., 1S-18. 
Spuuhllutf, Muivi'luus. llljou. I'ort Huron, Mich., 

Oil: lillou. Jncksou, lii-lS. 
Splnsell lii-js. A Mack. D. II., Lowell, Mass., ti- 
ll. 
S'podilori A llerson, Howard. Iloslon, 0-11. 
Stisblul'il A Wilson. Ji'lTers, Sucliiiiw, Mlcll.. 0-tl. 
Sleln. Krelto. Coiicerl, Col lien. tier.. 0-1.1; Wul- 
luill.'i tin lie, lii-IIUi Krysial fulast", Lelpils, 
Dec. lil I. 
Stanley A lln.ckuiuii, Park. Worcester. Mass., 

(111. 
Slone. !!«•-, Manhattan. Norfolk. Vn.. U-ll. 
Stanley. Vtoh-I. Amlliorhiui, Lynn, Muss., fl-11. 
Slieulor Zouaves, On Tour. fr. 
Stratum. Win. II., family. Militancy City, l'a., 

U-ll. 
Stanley A Allien, Xovelty, Den., 1S-18. 
Stewart A 'tin in Hid. lteiiiiell's. lanidon, Cun., U- 

II: llellliellV, SI. Tlioiuus. CMS. 
Sluley A lllrlm-k. Kellli's. X. Y. C. U-ll. 
Stanley A Wlls.ni. llollijiu. llklu., U-ll. 
Sliuileys, The, Hon Tun, I'lilln.. U-ll. 
Stmiley, Will II. A llessle, Hon Ton. I'lilln., 0-1 1. 
Sliudi'toti A I'liuney, Crystal, Denver, Col., U-ll; 

Crystal, Cripple Cnvk, 13-18. 
Stewart. .Mr. A Mis. Cul.. Keith's. X. V. C. 0-11. 
Stanley. Horinnlo. lllnll >. fluihii. X. Y., fl-U. 
Sully. Lew. .Moure's, Porlliiud, Me., 0-11. 
Stilly A Phl'llis. lleloll Wis.. 011. 
.Sin are! A Hindi, fillips.-, full Claire. Wis.. 0-1 1. 
Summers A Winters, lints rlul. Leiulvllle, Col., ti- 
ll; ii. it. II.. lirun.l liuplih. 13-18. 
.Swor A Westkrook, ori'litiuit, Illveraldc, Cul., fl- 
11. 
Swocl. Charles ll„ Proctor's SM St., X. Y. ft, 

(111. 
Sylvium. II.. Shcn's. HnlTnlo. U-ll. 
Sylvi'stei, Jouca A I'lhufle, llnyiuurket, Cblcs^-o, 

Oil. 
Tiillmt A- Ulcers. Colniai.lu. Cincinnati, 0-11; 

Hiipklns*, Louisville, K.v., 13-18. 
Tniiakns. The, I'roetnr's 2;id St., X. Y. C. U-ll; 

Uecuev's. llklu., IMS. 
Taylor A lluluies. Klieu's. llnfl'ulo. OIL 
Tokso A Dun lels. Ljilc, (ilevelaiul. U-ll. 
Thorite. Mr. A Mrs. Hurry, Academy. Scrutiton, 

Pa., till. 
Tll'ilnns A Piivite. Keeney's. Itkln., Ml. 
Thompson A Serbia. 11. II. II. , lilwood. tad., C-Jl. 
Thome A Carlelon, Coluinbhi, Cluelnuntl. O-IL 
Tliuinh. Mrs. Tom, Jetl'fis. Snelnnw, Mich., fl-11. 

'I'lli'lss. Lulu. I 1.,,1,1'ian. SjO'lllgtll'hl. O.. U11. 

Tu.zoonlu Aiiibs, H. (I. II. . Pittsburg, U-ll. 
TuiiipHiii, Harry. '.Mviuplc. CUh'ntfo. u-ll. 
Topsy Tnrvy Trio, Inhtia-. M'IuuIih'e. Can., 0-tl. 
Troulnuloura liil, Detroit. Mich.. 0-11; Hopklus', 

Memphis. Teun.. lit-LS. 
Troba, Urphi'iini. Detner, Col.. OIL 
l'ront>iiiloui' four, llljou, Minneapolis, Mlun., 0. 

II. 
"I'riii"- A 1 1. in lie four. 'loHinu. llklu.. Oil. 
Tielley Cur I'tlo. (iolliaui, Itkln.. OIL 
Timer. l\IHy. Hnihetmi. llklu., u-ll. 
Truesilell. Mr. k Mi>.. Uitih's. X. Y. C. Ml. 
Turner lio.. Acme, Nortolk. Vn., O-IL 
Tyco k Ji'tiuoii. Amphkiu. llklu.. Oil; I'ruilur's 

;:iil Strwi, x. Y, c. i:;is. 

fshers. Tile, II. A S„ X. Y. C, OIL 

Viissor tllrls (St. Cnsto. Unveil, Muss.. (111. 

Van ISrtfre 4 Cotrely. Chicago. 3-11. 

Vm bin re Troupe, Colonial. Luwreiici', Mu-s , nit; 

lloiv.ird, Uoslon, tills. 
Vuii. hilly, Keith's, X. Y. C, Oil. 
Vussar lllrl>. II. II. . lonelt. Ma«s oil 
Vuhllji;., The. Keiths, 1'lllln., ||. 



Vuliuore A Hortun. Kiiiplrc. Jobsnuesbuni, 9. A., 
0-Dee. 1U: Tlvull, Cniie Town. 18-31. 

Vunluniiiu. (iiihiue, 8011 Jose, Cut., U-ll. 

Vel Dure, 'licut. Drpbeum, Springfield. O., 0-11. 

Vcrreru, Mile., Orpheum. San fruu., Cul., 0-11. 

Ventelte k Dlonue, Lyrlo, Llvcri»iol, fug., 0-11; 
Ktiiji.. Luridiy. lil-ls : circus. Bury, 20-20; 
Hoiurtrr's. flliisstow'. Scot., 27-bec. 2. 

Vluelll a Horses, lorlii llros.,' Mexico, Met., 0-18. 

Vletorelll. Lyrle. lilerelnud. 0-11. 

Villnae Choir. Chase's, Wnslilnxtoii, n. C, 011. 

Vlobl. Hello, Kellll'B. X. V. C. Ml. 

Vou Wemiel. Mini. PriMtoi's .".8tli St., (Ill; Proc- 
tor's .'J'.lh St.. X. Y. C. IMA 

ViHdker. Mr. A Mrs. Frederick, tiridieiuu, Omnlu, 
Neb.. Ml. 

W'ulerlmiy llnw. A Tenney. II. k It.. Itkln., OIL 

Walker, Adu Overton, l'nictor's 23d St., X. Y. C, 
U-11. 

Wnlsh. Austin. Keith's. X. Y. <'.. OIL 

Wiitsun A Mosrtscy, Orphoiiiii. Itkln.. 0-11. 

Wusher llros.. I.'lllillie. So. Chli'iigo. 0-11. 

Wiu-lcnlM'tif Hro*., Iluyumrkcl. Cldcnao. 0-11. 

W'allcis Jc Pi wily. Jlatliauuy, .Sew Hislfonl, Mass . 
Ml. 

Wnrd A Cllll'illi. Vlctiirhi. X. Y.- C. Oil. 
Wnl tun Sisters, fuinlly. Pntersou, X. J.. U-ll. 
Wiilbiuini A Wliltuey, Cltnlliniu, Can., 0-11 ; llrant- 

ford, l.i-ls. 
Warnm A llownrd, Itlnlto. Klmlru. X. Y., 0-11. 
Webb. Chns. X Jennie. Cryalal, fraiikfort, lml., 

U-ll. 
West A Jucoiis. l'.s.rhl. III.. Oil. 
Webb, fat., fuinlly. lain, inter, l'a.. OIL 
Went worth. Hose. Trio, II. A II.. Ilkln.. 0-11. 
Werdcii A tiludlsii, Olympic. Chlcuso, 0-11. 
Welch. .Mm A (Jcila, llurfilo, N. Y., C-ll; Ito- 

eliraler. 13- IS. 
West A Vim siclen. Arcade. Toledo, O., C-ll ; 

Trent, Tretitoii. X. J„ lit-IS. 
White, Stuart. & Co., Proctor 58tU St., X. I. 

V.. Ml. 
Whittle. W. K.. Keith's, Youngslown, O., 0-11; 

Pastor's. X. Y. ft, 13-18. 
Wblttniiii. Frank, l.yccuui, Cleveland, O., Oil ; 

llljou, l'lltabiinr, 13-18. 
Wlmleii. Ceo. K.. Cnslno. Lawrence, Mass., ti- 
ll : linn, Haverhill, 13-18. 
Wlieolocfcs, Wheeling, Auditorium, Youugstowa, 

(>.. (111. 
Whltlici', L. O., llljou, Diihilb. Minn., 0-11. 
Wllbor. Oliver, Crystal. Dclmlt. U-ll. 
Williams A Molbuni. Olympic. Cbica«>. 0-1. 
Wills A Itunsley. Cook's. Itocliester. X. Y.. 0-11. 
Wilder, Mursliull P.. Mali land. Hallo., 0-11. 
Wilson Trio. Mojcsllc, Waco, Tex., 0-11; Mojes- 

tle, .Sun Antonio. 1:1-18. 
Wilson A Mae, Atlaullc Harden. X. Y. C-. C-ll. 
Wilson Sisters. Denver. Col.. 0-11. 
William* A Hull. Norfolk. Vil., IMS. 
Wilkes. M ill tie, Tlvull. I.omluii. Kng.. C Dec. 2. 
Wllllnins. flus. Proctor's flsth St.. X. Y. ft, 0-11. 
Wlchers (31, Xovelty, Knusns City, Mo„ Oil; 

Family, Tuiicku. Nuns.. 1318. 
Winters, Wlnoiui, Hopkins'. Ixntlsvllle, Ky., C-ll ; 

I'llumljlii, Si. Louts, 13-18. 
Wlllluius A Tucker. Trent, Trenton, X. J., 0-11. 
Wilton llros., Olympic. Chlcuiro. U-ll. 
Wllker.-ou A Huston, Acme, Norfolk. Vn., U-ll. 
Wills A llitssuii. Auditorium, Lynn, Mass., G-ll. 
WlkotT. ltuhy Iriiiii, DIJon. Ilwkrunl, 111., fl-11; 

llljou. Hulllc Creek, Jllch.. I8-1S. 
Wllltiuns A Hell. Auditorium, Norfolk. Vn.. 0-U. 
Wllllnuui A Walker (lira Club, Temple, Detroit, 

ill I. 
Willi:; A Lurkln. Slur, Aurora, HI., Gil; Empire, 

Prcepoi'l, lit. 18. 
Wlllluius A Wulker. Victoria. X. Y. ft. 0-11. 
World's Comedy four. Keeney's, llklu., 0-11. 
Woods, IJeo, II., Trout, Trenton, X. J„ 0-11. 
Wisal. Francis, Poll's, ltt-hlgcpiu-1. Coon.. 0-11. 
Woodford A Marllsiio. Cii-lli. Ii),„,iiilugtt,n, HI., 

(ill; (i.llely, S|irllii'lleld. 13-IS. 
Wolf A Wils.Hl, liiuli.l, lluiollloii. (I., (ill. 
Werdeii. Anrlier A (letirgl. Coluuiblu. Cincliiuq'.l, 

Ml. 
Woodwnrd. V. P.. Orpln-iim. Itciiding, Pa., C-ll; 

0. O. II.. Kile, 13-lK. 
Wrens. The, llljou. Iiuliith. Mlun.. 0-tl. 
Wnlfkeii. Lucie. Urudeiibuiali's. I'lilln.. OIL 
Vnekloy A Uuiincll, O. 11., Ugdensburs, X. Y., 0- 

Ynnkec Drwdle Hoys. (i. O. IL, ImllaiiajMlbi 13- 

Yenuer A Yeain-r, folios llrrgere, Paris, IT,, 0- 
Dec. 31. 

YouiKf A Kay. llljou, Xorfolk. Vu„ till. 

YoniiK A Devole, 1'iuclor's 23d St., X. Y. ft. fl- 
11. 

Young. Wile, A Ilro.. Alliuiubru. X. Y. ft, 0-U. 

Youiipi A Itrooks, Sliijefille, (Milcngo. U-ll. 

Yosearyii (.'!», Pitictor's, Albany. N. Y., 0-11, 

/.anrigs. The. AenUuiuy, Seraiiton, I'u., 0-U; O. 
O. 11.. Wllkes-llariv. L'i-ls. 

Ziirllne A ISuruell. Cryslul. St. Joscb. Mo., 0-11. 

Zi'im. Jorduii A Zeno. Colonial, X. Y. ft, 0-U: 
Orpheum. Ilkln., 13-IS. 

Zliniuer. John, Oolhaui, Ilkln., GIL 

Ztskn A Kkaff, Pastor's, X. Y. C ML 

Zimmerman*. The, Olympic. Snrlnjgflrhl, 111.. 0-U. 

Zliuineniiiin, Willy, Trent, Tretitoii. X. J., 0-1. 

y.hi'.-arl Trio, Colonial. X. Y. ft, 0-U. 

feoelrer Trio, F»rk, lVvreesler, Mass., 0-11. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 



iloslon. — Many Intcrestluy; cbuiigis arc 
iiiiitln in tills week's umnsemeut list. "The 
I'rcHlignl Son" Is seen fur the first time' In 
floston, at tin; Colunlul i Kavncc's KiikIIsIi 
(IrhiiU (ljiuru Co. will prutlttce WiigucrV "Val- 
kyrie" for tlic llrs.1 lime lu Anierlcu, In Kns- 
llslt. at the Ti'chi.iiu. ituil ticut'gc l'rlutrose'3 
MlnulrelK ticctiiiy tint llustutt. other shifts 
are: The Hays. In "Ihjwn the 1'lke." lit the 
(ilolic; "p'or Ills llrother's Crime," at the 
(iratitl Opera House; "Two Little Sailor 
Hoys," ut the Kiuplre: "Secret Service," at 
(lit* Castle Square; "Driven from Home," rtt 
the, Uouiloln Stiiiarc, nod new lillls ur the 
vaudeville unU ljitrlesi|iie houses. The Irish 
Ladles' Choir, of Dublin, will he heard diirluj; 
the week ut Symphony Hall, find Mute. Calve 
mid her toiupiitty will runic to the some hall, 
fur one conceit, on Sntuiuay nl'lcruuuu. Oood 
average business ruled last week. 

Colonial TllBAYtH n'hns. Krolnnnn, ltlrh 
A Harris, mnnutrersi. — Monday eveulne, Nov. 
II, opens it fortnight cngngciiH'tit of "The 
ITotlignl Son." The nisi Includes ; Iklward 
Morgan, J. K. liodson, Mnrle Wulnwrlght. 
Drlnii He Wolfe. \V. II. Thompson, filwuril 
Mnekiiy mid l.lllliin Alhcrl son. frit /.I Schelf 
I'lused Iter sluy Suliirilny nlghl. (',. nfler iliree 
weeks of immense business ami cereal puptt- 
inrlty for "Mile. Modiste." Xal C. (iooil- 
wln. In "Wolfvllle," comes ^0. 

TitliJIONT 'I'ltn.tTlti: (Jno. II. Sehoeirc 1 . 
niuniigerl.— Henry \V. Savnge's fngllsh 
(I rtt ml Opera Co. Is In Its second and limp 
week of capacity business nl this house. On 
Monday evening. Wciliiesilny tiflcruoun and 
l'lldity evening, Wagner's "Vulkytle" will bo 
snug for I he llVsl I line In Anno leu. In Kngllsh, 
mid the remainder of Hie week will is: de- 
voted lo "l,ti llolicinc," "p'uusl," "Alda." 

"Liihengrln" ituil "Hlgolello. flic County 

Cliiilrmati" will be the ultrnclloti. cotutucuc- 
Ing 13, in iilnie of "Kiisy Dawson." 

llosruS 'I'llii.VTlii. (Liiwrencc Mct'ai'ty, 
iminagcri. — (ieorge Primrose nuil Ids big min- 
strel rooipiiuy :ire liere for one vteek of up- 
toilutc iiilnst relsy. In the coin puny lire: 
Arthur Doming. Kdillo llurnn. Kildle Mazier. 
John Hurl;, ft.iil Suiters. J it tiles ('onuors. Hits 
Iteod. fi'iinklln lientle. Win. Sternberg, frank 
Combs. Win. Oiiklniiil mid l\d. Von I'.ergen. 
On Inst Saturday night Detiuiiin Tliompsnti 
elided ftmr weeks of nrosisTous business for 
"The Old lloniesti iiil. - ' pleasing, us tisiia!. 
till beholders, "ltebes iu Toyluud" follows 
13. to remain n fortnight. 

HoMis Ktiikut TtiiiATiti: (Unite II. Itlch. 
muniiBer}.— "The Huchess of D.itilif.le" Im-- 
glns Its second mid last week on Monday 
eveultig 0, Willi everv promise of rental lug 
Hie liiiifi- bitsluess done last week. Kvlc 
Clceene ntal Holbrook ltllnu scored sneeesses 
lit Hie letidliig roles, and Wallace llrowulow. 
I.llllun Dlggs. II. J. ford mid Trunk (irecue 
nlsn did splendid work. The next iittracltim 
clll ho Loin liluser, In "Miss Dollv iKdlars." 

l'AUK TlltiATHB (I'llllS. I'rtdlHtaU. llll'll & 
Hiit'lls. iii.'iuiigersl. -Tills Is the third irirek 
of "The Uh uml Hi" Mouse." ut Ibis Uuusc, 
nod tbc success of Hie play bus been so greut 
that Ho- eiigiigeuieiit bus becu i M-uded to 
IS. Inking Ibe time of Luwreuie [iiirsuv. In 
"Tile liuibussy Hall." which wus st-beiluled 
for lite rurrenl fortnight. Arnold Dales 
i ouipniiy. lu "Yon Never Can Tell." will eoiuu 
JU, lor ii week's slay. 

ItAJMiYir Tin: Mm: (SLilr K Wlllnir, man 
iigersl. — "As Ye Sow" Is now In Its llfth 
Meek, wltli the end of the run not y.-i In 
lljtlll. Illl'.lliess M(|| lollliliues eMclli'l'il. 



OLolli: Tula i nt (Stair & Wilbur, inun.i- 
gcrs j. -—Johnny ntul L'tniitu Hay. In "Down 
the Pike." bold the si age ot this house for 
the current week. The visit of Sullivan, 
Wutsun and Whltclaw and a capable com- 
pany, In "Me, II Im nud I." resulted in good 
returns Inst week, for next week, Charles 
Oruiiewin, In "It's Up to You, John Iieuty," 
is un noun i id. 

<>!l\m> Oplisa IIiii'si: (tieorge W. Magce, 
uianogor). — "i'or Ills llrotlier's crime," with 
llobort Oiilllnrd mid n Mining sunportlng 
fcinpitny. Is the attraction here this week, 

tjuocn "f the lllghlihiilers" gnve gisid shIIm- 
I'nctloii Inst week, mid ultrtteted the usual 
large .ind.enres which rule at lids house. 
"So .Mother to Oiildc Her" follows 13. 

KHIfRS Tiii:ati:': (Llndsny Mirlsuii, mnn- 
tigeri. — "Two Little Sailor Iloys." mi Kng- 
Ilsli ineiotlrnin.-i, by Wnlter Howard, is the 
stock eunipmiy MM for the e'tireut days. 
Mary Sunders mil Aipjluiile Miinoln have the 
title ndes. The imlroiis llkeil "Tlie Tnfor- 
f.een" Inst week, uml, its is riistouniry at this 
house, there was i.otliliig lucking In the pro- 
duction. "The Crisis" next week. 

CtsTi.v: Siictitf. 'J'niitTiit: (Iloslon Stage 
SiM'loly. iniiitagersi. — The stock eoiniinny this 
week prusents "Seercl Service," wltli John 
f'rnls und ITorence Kiiliu In the leading 
pttrta. "Much Ado Alsiut Nothing" was 
I'.uely presentrd Inst week, nud delighted 
hirge houses. Nixt week, "The Sword of 
Iho King." 

Howuoix S-jLAiii: TiiKATUt: ((!. K. I^throp. 
manager). — "Driven from Ilouie" Is being 
tloiic by the liouse slia-k Ibis week, with 
Charlotte Hunt und Charles Miller In the 
principal roles. The revival given "The 
World' came up lo nil expectations, and en- 
thused big houses Inst week. Next week, 
"Tne Mysterious Mr. HalUes." 

KiiiTH'K TitKATitr. (II. I-\ Keith, manager). 
— The Agoitst family, In n startling jug- 
gling act. holds the lltst place on u well 
Im'tinecd bill this week. The Klght Allisons, 
Howard's ponies and dogs. Smith und Camp- 
bell, Hue and Hroschc, Hooker nud Corldey, 
Louise Dresser, Maxmilllan l'llsor. Jack Nor- 
wnrih. Naomi Ktliatdo. the Le Pages, I.am- 
bert and l'lercc, Dudley und Cheslyn, Hole-' 
men llros., Henry Wnlte and new motion 
pictures round out the programme. Last 
week's favorites wllh the big houses were • 
The Six Cuttys, Mtirslmll I'. Wilder, Augusta 
(Hose, and Die five Mowntts. 

IIowaiiii ATHKXAIitJt (Carl 1). Lo(hrop, 
ntonngeti. — The current bill Includes: Alf. 
Hrunt mid cumpnnv. four Bveretts. Niil Nye. 
floye Hedlige and Hie. Held Sisters, Malbiry 
llros.. Itrooks nud Hollldtty. Irene Ln Tour 
and "Znza."' Klllecn nud Murphy. Hnlley and 
Kleteh'T, Carroll und I'.aker. Spedden and 
Ilersiiii. Hie Jlelfords. Frederick. the 
Howntilseope. anil Hie liouse burlesque. 
In "The Knockout Club. George H. 
Alexander, Myles Mcf'nrlhy and company 
und Wills :iml llussen scored heavily 
last week. Souvenir photographs of the bnr- 
lesiuie company fnvorlteu are given to pa- 
trons. 

P.a.M'i: Tiikatiie (Clms, H. Waldron, man- 
ngeri.— The lll-h Hollers Co. holds (he at- 
tention of pm runs this week. There are Hie 
usual two hurli'sipics by a good aggregation 
of fun makers, nud u strong olio consisting 
of Crawford ami llciuUiunn, Lawrence Cane 
und coiiiptiny. Collins and Drown, Wesson, 
Yt allci-s ntul Wesson, mid Slovens und Ulssclt. 
The show {jhen |, v the (.'nicker Jacks was a 
great one, and well deserved lite big bouses 
attracted. 

Oii.p.miiia Tiik.itiik (Harrv X. farren. 
muiLtgei'L— The Yankee Doodle illrls. headed 
by I'rank Mnrpliv. lieorge Cuhl mill Jack 
Mitgee, will jirovlde this week's merriment, 
"Mlsllluble liisiiriiine" Is'ltig the llrsl purl, 
and "A Trip to the Hippodrome" the Musing, 
skit. The vaudeville list nanies ; fox uml 
Diiliull. Yule and Hiirsleil.Heorge (Jiihl, Mur- 
Jihy nud Mugce. ladaphone. mid the liuker 
Iroupe as mi added aiti'iicllou. Miner's llo- 
hotnluns enjoyed prosiHTlly here best week. 

I.ycl'Psi TiiKATiiB (ti. II. liatchellcr, nmo- 
ngeri.— Tlie Casino lilrls make their Urst 
Iloslon iippenrunce lids week, In a Iwo act 
musical fiirce. by Hubuit and lliller, culled 
"hmllliig Islund." The principals in tlie 
east nre: Tim Healy. Autfrew O'Nell, Allan 
I'nogmi (u local fuvurilt'i, Jw Sullivan, Joe 



Challlce.' Joe 1'rlre. Klit'y Sleeie." Ktigeiiio 
le. Oruce foster und Ktbel Hall. Will 



Smile 



Suerlduu's Clly S|ioits showed here last week 
to splendid returns. 

Austin & S'ro\i:'s Mcslisi (A. II. While, 
nuiiingen. — As was expected "Sweetie" Ilea- 
niaii's- pony elrcns was n big lilt here Inst 
w.eek, mid it Is eonlliitied for uiioilier week, 
w-llh the following strong carils lu Hie curio 
lull!: J'lie , Siiitkoriiius, eouluillouisls ; lh-- 
yatile, eonjurer : Trlxie. sniiki; ehanner, aud 
•'""•'Ii und Judy. Stage show : 1'owelfs Mlu- 
slrel Maids llwcnljMirsl edllloii). Inlroduc- 
Ing leiirl Jiving, Vlvhm Ucruurd, Mnud lieu- 
iimn. Ida and Uerlriliir ruiupholl, Mnrloit 
< 1 levelaiid. Urn it fitlrluuihs, t'ussle (iriiluini, 
.Marlon l.aneaster, Merinnt Marlell, (ieorglu 
nud Sybil Warner. Hurry J'owell. Churlcv 
•lark, ham Kclilrew, Ueorge foster uud 
ll-'len Ilob.uson. Melrose mid Klmer. Disiley 
'!'" ,.'"",'!•. ' Sl ". IUl " wl Hegnn, Cavmiaitgii 
mid Hmnillon. iturkhni't nud lterry, and the 
Montrose Sisters. Packed houses rule. 

Walk Kit's Mi;sei:ji (|,. j,. Walker, ninna- 
ger).— Lurlo hull week of C: The Ln Hues, 
iiupeze jietfoiiuirs : Hie Houmous, novelty 
luusleul net : Maud llnrtuii nnd .letin'e Pierce 
luily wrestlers; Hugh Henlon. barrel Jumper 
mid Ml e. June, i.alnilst. Singe: Tlnv Dnvis 
Monnrch Itnrlcsiiue t: .. nnd u big olio. Dtir- 
ng the vveek Miss Davis will meet all coiners 
in a buck ami wing duuelug contest. Ilusi- 
ness buhls trisid, 

XicKiiij.i.ni.N' (C. a CUerry. niniinger).— 
nilo hull : Paniuhiislku's dog uml bird rlr- 



ens, Wyom ug Jink uml I'ralrle Nell's Wild 
West exblhitlou Kxcelslor. wire walker; iho 
Meliopoliiau 'I Ho. ncniluils. uml „ XYU<K | su , v . 
lug contest, snip, show: Hunger and Thomp- 
son. Arthur Asbloii. Hose .Manlno, Miirk 
-,.;!'!''' v ', \: r '" v *•**■ Duslln und lleiirv. 
jii! 1 ."., ttro **> Ut**t Jlujuurd and Sus'le 

_,eJuTIW.— rimrort bills Siindnv, i;' : Itnutou 
■Jliv'ilrr— I'ddle Leslie. Ll/;:ie It. linvmoiiil. 

l-nlh-ltl.s luonkeys. Ke lv mil IJinivlrelll 

i lie limn nines, Ih-hnum uud Moiido. Wood 
mid Itiuey. fields and ford uml Hie .\liiul„,|- 

au ((iiinsly four. f,7„(,.~.c„||,y M„ s | ia i 
lainlly, Penrl Andrews, (in., r. Dmis 
l miiier :md li.ddusoti. Knox llros.. Iluvnes 
and Morse mid Nuomliii und Xiionilnl. "j/ii- 
Jrntir— ILury l.ee. f.vaus mid .Miller, Haw- 
thorne I'.nri. ■|,,yl„r Sisters, mid others 
lloir'hiii .vViMuif -erg. J;. Alexninler. Mvles 

Met iirlliv liiiil npnny. Wills uml llusson. 

Met no and Caliill.' Cherry nnd liuies. Al 
t aileton. Iho Zanies. Ma Dell uml Corblev! 
Ooeli. and Nelson. MelJIolu and Smith. Henrv 
Myei-s. ntul Lizzie ( i| i,, Ch.-ttlcs Mneke'v 

ins hivii engnged us lvudlllg Juvenile for the 

tasl e sipinre Siod; Co Hmry l'uwcll. 

or ,.ils city, ht organizing u tent show lo 
put on trie roiul i.exl season. 



week. Current : Carrie Itkliardsuu, t. 
Heverly. Lvu .Mack. Jenu c Crauur. M an i, 
Scolt. Charlie Kldoti. fr.-d M,-r„r V ■ iu,d , fi 
blogrnph. Ilnrlesiine, "Whos She "'.,'" lUc 

I '.iLAit:. — Iliiriuii i Sisters, Tommy!. Welch 
May llordon, Kva Mark. JJaud Hussell .. i 
Fred Uhagnon lust week. v "-" auU 

AttCAOi; (a W. t.'arcy. mnnagcrl.— it.... 
ness has lieen exi-ellent. An entire cban-e nf 
songs, stories nnd pictures this week 

Palmist IMliLoltx.— tlypsy .Madge" a „j 1s 
ulstnnts, under the management of \ i 
Morrell. are plenslns big patronage hen if 
brdtig their third wis-k. " ' lc 



Lowell. .M |hr Lowell Opera HoijFCtfnv 
I.ros. & llosfotil, tniiuagersl the lint Knrroll 
Ntock Co.. last week, had good business. U||l 
this week: The Vastur tilrls. Miles Mcl'uttlie 
nnd cotupuny Splssell llros. and JInck, I he 
lussing Auslltis. Al. fiirlelon, Hiln-ln Mer- 
clec. Hnltcr Daniels uud tin- kluolugrapb 

Aiapkjiv in- Mtsir llluiilluglou k lie 
nc.vii. inaungcisi. -All previous rcisinis of 
the house were brukeu lust week, wheal the 
stock compauy offered "The Cbrlslluu,'' with 
Mr. IK' lieyu lu the leading purl. Mi«s 
I lei, her. us lilury Qnuyle. deserved tpedal 
metiliou. This week, "When We Were 
lwout.t one." with Wright Uuatlogtou. Next 
week. "The Knslgu." 

IhisTci.v (J. ii. Tebbelts, ruanager). — The 
iisiiiil S. 1.'. O. hisl week. Current: Hindi. 
boiiMet arc Irin. Hnrry 1, llaiisou. f|,|t 
brook nail Heynolds, Mcll.tde uml Welcome 

■ Hid tllO ItOsI Oil lilDSeop.s 

I'Cnpl.ll'.s. . Iliislliess «av evxlliiil |iiM 



I oil Illv«?r^-.\t the Arnden.v of \i„u- 
(i ulin k (.miu. innungem) Brltt-Ntlnai 
light pictures drew large hnusi'H Del. yn si 
"intcv. Ibe Outlaw.'' plnyisl to a Ion bfan 
house Nov. 1 (tllRHlb'a llnn.l was euliveil 
3. "In the I^iiiiI of Cotton" cam,, j ,„ 
good business. Shepnrds nn.vlns plctiirei 
plei-seu bll»e atiilleu.i s .-,. Colonial Sl.a-t 
Co.. Ill Henry's Mlusliels 7. "fnder Soiiih 
erii Skies" s The County Chairman" tt. 
lTlmrioes Minstrels lit. ' 

SliKiiiiV.s IlLioi: (C, K. CiHik. raanagerl 
— Kxcellent business Inst week. ];||| n , ...j 
week: Carmenclln. Itatrows-Laueaster Co 
the Clonsnns and lioulllinn. .Mnrveloits frani," 
und l.ltlb' iloli. .Miss Jink Houtwell. lovin* 
nnd Leonard, II. U'ster Mason, ami cauiera". 
grnpli 

Casto (Al. Ilnynes, manager 1.— Week of 
fi: liianelie Sloan nnd James Wultbonr III. 
Ilnn Apel. fi«ke nud McDoitougli. Keun'cv 
and Sleeie. Savoy Quartette. Hurry J.atuar- 
Musleal Simpsons und klneiugmpb. 

XlCKKLnHKiix. — Itig luislio^s bi-t w«s>k 

Week uf ii: Zai-elll, fjirrle J|. Scot I. Miller 

Sisters, Hcded aud Uadley, Jim West and 

optlscope. u 

a 

IVorceiiler.— At tlie Worcester Thealro 
:Jas. I-. Rot It, resident mauageri "The Old' 

It cslead" Nov. 11. Jmues ll'Nell s, f r it,| 

Scheir IX "iM-fore anil Afler" u. 13 Rnfi 
Hellew plnyed to a erowileil ho.,e i'i,t ;jo 
"Ihu, of Ilroken Mow" had fnirlv g<ssl isitron^ 
age ill. The Yiddish play, "ifreutzer So- 
". i i. t . n '"„ X .'. v - J '„)' !i,vm1 I" exeelient reliirns. 
•Ihe College Widow." ^. tilled the house 
Why ijlils Leave IJome," U, 4, dlu fair 
business. 

Kkxxm.ix Sqcaiik (J. f. llurte. resident 
lliaiinger). — Week of C. "Mine Suns Cone " 
by Male 1 1 in Williums und his ttoek. Ust 
wei-k "Too Milch Johnson" bad excellent 
jkiI raiiage. Tlie prlncl|i;ils aud Clnvlon 
l.egge did work of a high order. "Lord'and 
I^iilv Algy"' lii-l.v 

l'AUK (A. T. Wilton, manager).— Week of 
0: flic Akerslrom. lu "(lur Xew Ctrl •" 
Five Mowntts. Monroe, Mack and l.iwrcni'e 
Stanley and Itruckmau, Harper. IS'simmd and 
Halley. May 1 lei for I, Sisters Durbvolle, aad 
the klnelograph. 

I'">l.l'.s |C W. Koudn. residenl manager). 
— Week or f. : I bin MeAvoy and Ids fifth 
Avenue Ulrls. Mai lie Kerne. Italian Urand 
Opera Trio, ibe Colby fumilv, Jlocbez's dogs 
nud isinles. Josef Hlnnk, Dorst l'cllcticr, and 
the elect rogrnpli. 

1'Al.AiK.— Week of u: Kimball l'.ros.. U-vt 
and Millie Lewis, Kd. nud Lucille Ij.wrv, 
Hob Morris, Huby Hart, auU the burliiiiu'c, 
"Nu Man's Island." 

a 

SlirlnKllelil.— At the Court Suuare The. 
aire Hi. l>. Cllatore. manager) "The Uuches.i 
of Hlllllzlc." Oct. -iS, wus lisleiied Id by en- 
Ihusliislie aiiillenees. Shamrock's, Irish llaud. 
an. wus appreciated. Kvrle Hrllrn-, in 
•' Unfiles." 31, drew well. ••|!on of lirukcn 
How" Nov. 1 (evening only), "The Pearl and 
Ihe Pumpkin" 3-JJ, •'Hie Virginian" (1. 7. lien- 
man Thompson S, James tf.Nell p. John lircw 
JP. 'Simple Simon Simple" J I, ••Hofiiro and 
After" lit. frltzl Si-heir 11. llrll I Nelson 
plclitres 1.1, "The (llngerbrnid Man" 17. is. 

Nkw lin.Moiit: (1*. V. Shea & Co., maiia- 
gers). — (Jowl sized nndiemi'S the imst week 
appreciated the efforts of Ibe tilhimrr Stork 
Co.. ln "A I'oor Helatlon." Harry Clnzla-r 
rreoted a most favorable luipressioii. "Iu lha 
ralace of the Klug" week ot U. 

1'OLiS (J. C. Crldillf, manager).— Tins 
week: Kmmctt (..'orrlgan and rouipany, Sid- 
ney (Irani, (lurry Owen and company. Mills 
nnd Morris. Murlow l'liinkett nud eompatij, 
Zny Ilallurd. the Olrl In the Clouds uud elcc- 
trogrnpb. 

Nulsux (f. f. Shea k Co.. managers). — 
The Hay Musiineruders had fair business 30- 
Nov. 1. "farts by Xlglit" Unishcd the wrek 
to good returns. Kin: & Rnrlou's (iaiely Co. 
0-K "The Queen ot Couviets" P-ll. 



I.j mi.— At the Lyuu (f. U. HarrLoi, 
luiiiliiger) the lliimnierstein SluTialty Co. 
played lo u fair business liist week. This 
week, Ihe Colonial Stock Co. Dot Ksrroll 
Nov. V), II. "fmler Southern Skies" ir.."Ths 
Isle of Spice" 10, Jrlsh Ladles' Choir 17, 
Primrose's Minstrels IS. 

Aint tuiiil.m (Harrv Katxes, manager). — 
J.usliiess Is IiIk. Hill lids wis'k: Smuuu 
Sing H. |'.h>, Violet. Slnlierv. Hawthorne nnd 
Hurt, Willis nuil llassuu, Sbcnpard and Ward. 
C'tirler and Waters Co.. Ihe five Colutabinni 
und the vliugrupli ulclures. 

(iKM (C. W. Sheufe. niuniigei-i.— Packed 
house Current bill: l'crklus nnd Calvcll, 
Cumillc and t-'onn, W. W. O'Hrlcii. Tom 
lirlniil. Ihe (Jolliers nud Ihe moving pictures. 

S.u.Kil TtiKATiiK. Salem (15. II. Cbeelham, 
malinger i. — Cosgi-ove Stock Co. played lo ex- 
cellenl liuslness lust week. This week, Dot 
Knrroll Co. 

•-•-• 



I'UWSVI.VAMA. 



I'liliiidi-liililii. — Six new show.- will al- 
trui'l Ihe ulleiilion of Ibrtitn-Boers week of 
Nov. Ii. llctiricltu l.'rvstuiiu will be seen f'-r 
the llrsl lime, loeullv. la "Marv. Mury, i.mlte 
Contrary." at the Hroad. Charles K. (iiai""- 
win will uiake his local debiil In "It's I p K> 
You. John lletiry." ut the Waliinl. "Kogcr; 
llrolbers In Ireland" will make their bow at 
Iho Chestnut Street Opera House. "How Ihix- 
ter Dulled In" will be offered for I In' hr>t 

II ut Un! tilnird, while the piilroiis <•( Hie 

tliillid Opera House will Is; nffurileil Ihe 'd'; 
poriunil.v or sis'lng Hlekel. Wiilsou nud 
fiin-painili's Ihe slm-k will nppear In Ibe lw' 
gers will lui>k I'oiwiint lo belhr biisluc.-s ut 
the Iwenly-fotir plnyhoiiscs now o|s-n. Ncaf- 
ly all of iho houses will have spedul mail- 
nees on tilei'llnii Iniy. 7. und several of Itr.' 
burlesiiui: houses will have iuiduighl |icr- 
loriumices 

Lvtiti; Tiikatiik Olessrs. Sbnberl. luaua- 
gers i.— lllunclie Httles. lu "The (Ilrl o( t»' 
ilnlihii West." wus witnessed l»y large sl««l 
mulleiu-os. ami tuel with iiuipuliiicd success, 
week or Oil. :il). the press uud public being 
lavish lu their praise of Ihe star aud tb'' 
capable supporliug coinpuuv, Iiicludlng I rank 
Keeuan nnd ltobert Hlllliird. The second »", 
Inst week of Ihe ciigiigeiiient ends .Nov. IL 
"The Darling or Ihe Uwls" Tollows. 

Uliu.Mi SrniiKT TllliATlili (Xlxon i H""* 
man. utauugersi. — Nut c. Cloodwlu. lu "Woli- 
vllle." concluded a two weeks" cngugcunut. 
lo rule bitsluess, I. l-'or n Iwo weeks' ft". 1 . 
liegiiinlug U. Hetirlctlit Crostuuu will uppcar 
lu "Jlary. Mary, guile Contrary-" ., .. 

CUsamcFT Stuult iinau llutsi; I-NisbB * 
/.iiinuvrmun. uuiuuucrsi.— Joe Weber s Al' 
Slur stock IV.. in "lllgsleily I'lggkily ''"> 
"The Collegi: Widow ." c-rosed Its si-eti'I hdjI 
last wi"»k. I. to Sovd sized kvMBi, lbs 31 
letidan.-e on tue s.nond «eek was scuts- 
what better ll:an tho lirst. The ltojcr^ bto*- 
beglu a fortnight's engagement O. . 

Chesinpi Street Tiiu.vreu iMv.-n c 
Zluimormuu. managers) . — Orace Ueorge. m 
"The Murrlugc of Wllliutu Ashe." created a 
fuvomble impression week of Oct. iitl. » ,r 
sized ailillciiecs ludng III uHimtalu-e. The •«'■ 
tent week. 0, will cuueluite the eni,agcinei"- 
Week or 13, "The Duchess of Dnui/ic 

Oaurh-k TniTA-rri: (frank Ib.we lr *•*» 
agerj. Kyrlo Itctb-iv, in ii.itlb . •-'-"' " 



November 11. 



THE N1ZW YORK CLIPPER. 



971 



Uiiw necks' Mtay Xuv.-ii. Tho • cugugeuieut 
nt Lawrence D'Orsny. In '"lTio Mnilinssy Ball." 
rome* to « cln*- ou *■*• '■ '■<'•<■ '"'" lh* 
two weeks being uniformly good. 

Walmt STttf.Br Tiifiatki: (Prank tlowr 
lr mnnager). — Maroacer Howe will offer to 
iilV patrons, week of it. UN own show. Cba.s. 
I' (irapcwlii. In "Ifs *("p to ion, Johu 
Henry.' excellent lamlnes* was done by 
Mans Roberts, In "Checker!!," which con- 
cluded n two week*' May 4. 

I"\bk Tukatbc it. i •■ M.von-Mrdllnger, 
manager). — "The Sleeping Beauty nn<l the 
Boast* was highly appreciated week of OH, 
•0 crowded iiouaes being in- attendance. 
Week of Nor. ft Creston Clarke will begin bit 
rnnifment In "Monsieur Beaucalrc." Week 
oirlS. '"!*• Old Homestead." 

GiaABD Avenue Tiieatbx (Miller & Kant 
man' managers). — Selma Herman, In "Queen 
of the Conrlctn,"' met with excellent Hiiccess 
week of Oct. HO, capacity untunes belnjj dune 
nt several of the performances. For the cur- 
rent week of Nor. 0, "How Butte Butted 
In" will be seen for the first time locally. 
Week of 13, Bobert Conncss, In "I-lem. Dick, 
I VS. A." 

National Tnr.vTns (Joseph II. Kelly, maa- 
a «* r ). — "The Mghthou.se by Ike Sea" l.s the 
tuelonmninllc offering weok of «. Win. 11. 
Turner, In "David Haruin." delighted the 
natrons week of SO. Unwell Brothers, In 
"The Croat .level Mystery," week of 1M. 

OgAsn Ori:n.v Moi'mk (li. A. Wogefarth, 
manager).— dsickcl, Watson and Wrothe, In 
••Tom. "Ick .and Harry," fumlsli the bill 
week of ■>. Kxrelleui business was done week 
of Oct 5t>, bv Kva Tiiiiguay, in "The Sambo 
Clrl " The four Mortons, lu "Breaking Into 
Sorletv," will be seen week of 1". 

PkoVi.k's Thbatub (!■'. •?. Nlxon-N'lrdlluij- 
er manageri. — "Trarkeil Around the World" 
Is' the bill at this- house week of C. Knlr 
Business was done by "Fust I.lfu In Nov 
York" week of Oct. SO. "The Way of the 
Transgressor' Xnv. 13-18. 

Blaxev's Aiu'ii Srnnxr The.vtbk (M. S. 
Seiile.islnger. manager). — "How Henris Are 
Broken" thrilled the patrons week of Oct. 
::». -Child Slaves of New York" l.s the o(- 
rerlnc for week of Xov. G. "Her Hot Kalso 
Step" follow*. 

IIabt's Xkw TncAist: : (John W. Hart, 
manager). — "The Child Wife" begins on en- 
gagement fl. "Itnw Hearts Arc Itroken" 
was pleading to ihe natrons weok of Oct. 30. 
"The Life that Kllhv" l:i am) weok." 

Fottr.pAi'Git's Titr.unc (Miller & Kauf- 
• man. managers). — The mock company will 
produce, week of fi, "The Light of Other 
I >«vs.'' a melodrama new lo thin city. A good 
presentation of "A Crnilcmnu of Prance" 
was seen week of Oct. .10. A feature of the 
performance was the excellent work of 
ilenrgo W. Bnrbier and l-Mwin Mtddleton. 
-The I'atal Night" Nov. 1:MS. 

Staxdauh Tubathk t Parry & Speck, man- 
agers). — "Why Women fllti" will he aeteil 
by the stock company week of (t. "The Crime 
of Hallowe'en" was the drawing card week 
of ()cl. :». "Slaves of the Mine" week of 
Xov. i:l. 

Keith's New TfiEATitn (H. T. Jordan, 
rannnger). — The hill for week of inclndes: 
I.oula Simons and lirnre Gardner. In the 
playlet. "The New Coachman;" Will Creasy 
and Blanche Hayne. Id "The Xew Depot:" 
Kdward Clark and ihe Six Winning Widows, 
ihe Brother* b'roydo. Cnnlmell and Harris 
Belle Hathaway, the Harrows, Jann-a .1. Mor- 
ton. Ilenrv and Van Alstyne, ami kitieto- 
graph. Big hlls were made week of 30 by 
Will Crcssv and ltlnnche Payne, in "Town 
Hall Tonight." and Daisy Ilar>'ourt and Billy 
Van. Business continues good. 

Elevestii Stjicbt Of gill Hocsn (Frank 
Dumont, manlgerJ.-^Dumonl's Minstrels, In 
•I'll Meet Yon nt tho Beading; Terminal." 'u 
new horlesona. met with much favor week of 
Oct. :t0. This feature will be continued for 
iue currcnr week, in addition to several new 
=-jngs In the first part. 

i.'ariko I Hllas. Knenlg Sc Lcdercr). — ^llo- 
. hle'a KnlekerlKMkers will occupy the boards 
week of Nov. it. Wine, Women and Song did 
satisfactory business weok of Oct. 110. 

Bijol* KJeorgu W. Ulfe, manager). — The 
Merry Maidens did fair business week' of 
Oct. 30. The Imperial Burlcsuuers furnish 
ihe bill wek of Xov. 0. The Arena Otrls 
Wis?k of i:s. 

Lvckl'u TiiPATxn (Jolin 0. Jermon. man- 
ager).— Bob 'Manchester's Vanity Fair Co. 
Is (ho attncllrfn week of 0, followed by the 
City Sports week of lft. Clark's Runaway 
ijirl's took well with the patrons, week of 
Oct. 30. . - 

TBOCMftM (Pnxl »Yllson, mnnoger). — 
'tiood business was done week of 110, by the 
lllbli School lilrls. Tho Xew Century Olrls 
furnish the entertainment. Xov. (1. 

KMi'irt: Tiikatbk (Win. B. Allen, mana- 
ger). — Clark's ltunawuy Girls are booked for 
ihrec nerformaniTM (5-s. Fair business wus 
dime by "A Slave of the Mill" Oct. 80-Kot. 
1, and "Peek s Bad Hoy" 114. 

Bos To.t TuzATr.E (Frank V. llnnn Jr., 
tannnger). — ^The bill for week or eousists 
of: Lawrence, JeuulngH and Dale, Demoueo 
:.nd Bell, Sllverlaku l.lvbler Trio, the Stati- 
'eys, Cnrrlgan and Hove, the lOHuos, the 
ilreat Lynch, Huh; and Uossl, Caroline llleh- 
ings anil Frank I'cltit. 

NINTH AND AXOII HTBEH MCSKCM (f*. A. 

nrmleuluirgli. manager j.-^lu the curio hull, 
week of it, are: Mario Devon, Hwnrd swal- 
lower; Uiwcuce Alburlln, wire haired mar- 
vel ; I.uclc Witlfkeu, contortionist ; llnrrlden 
Bros., musicians ; the Mulzonls. handeulV 
kings; Crelgh Ion's trained roosters, llrnddon 
ami lilbson's Wild Went, (leo. Brown, skeleton 
■ ontnrtlunlst, and Johu Thompson, blind 
■•heekcr player. In the theatre are: Major 
Kelleher, Ivy, Dclmnr and Ivv, I-Mna Burnett, 
ltevoe nnd Uevoe, lMill Morton, Jack aud Kva 
Bunf. and Lublu's clneogriiph. 
Nutks. — The playhoiisea In this city have 

a total seating cui»ielly of 47,000 

Allre Slclsoa will appear ln"l»ou l'usniiale," 
hi a .-pedal nintlnev. nt the Lyric Theatre, 

Nov. s Howard Willi litis resumed ills 

former position us business manager of- the 

Stoudanl Theatre Lewis Baker, brother 

of Mrs. John Drew, wax hurled In the fatally 
lot, at Ml. Vernon Cemetery, Oc:. -tt. a ilele- 
gatluu from the l.uinbs' Club iilteiulliitr the 

services nt the giuve Tho MetTOisilltan 

ti|»em Co. will be heard In fourteen pcrform- 
nuces ut the Academy, of Music, beglnulits 
Dec. 5. 



Merniitoii. -Al the l,j ivuui (A. J. liuOtv, 
mauiirvri Titos. Jefferson, In "lllp Van 
Winkle," Nov 7; Ncl.-on-llrltl mo vine pk- 
tiires S. F.vn 'latigucy K, Alloc Fischer V. 
"TIi<. Oittco Ley," fhr \v.u isTfoiiuauo's, 11. 
Hour's uioviuu pleiureH hud S. II. n. ". 
lili'ltard Carlo, it, ••The Mayor of Toklo," 
■', 1, had latge bouse*. 

AVANUTt I A. J. Dnffv, inattager). — Mlltun 
Aborn's f.otrih «eek of Vfliulevllle week H. 
"No Mot her In Oulde Her," _'-», was well 
received. 

Stai: i Alf (>. UiTrlngion, manager i. — 
The W^rld Beiiters 0. Wine, Women nnd 
Soiie I.;. Al. Ureves' Co.. "0, hud good 
kMMV*, 

Fa.uii.v (Hnii K. McCov, manager). — The 
T.owundi- Wilson Co., Illjon Circus and eight 
vaudeville acis Nov. II. Hiislness the post 
woek, with Volte end Strong, was rhe larpest 
ul the season. 



I.nnenntcr. — At the Fulton Opera House 
((Tins. A. Yeefccr, manairev) l-'rnnk Deshon, 
In "The Ofllce Boy," had a large house Oct. 
:if>. The Hieh Flyers Btirlesiiuers had n fair 
house :ij. "illrls Will Be Olrls" drew well 
Xov. 1. " I' nolo Josh Sprueehy" hnd very 
unod business £ "A Pair of Pinks" 4, "Tlie 
Sleenlug Beatitv and the Beast" D, "Deserted 
at the Altar" K "SI StebMlis" V, "A Girl of 
lite Streets" 10. 

Faaiii.v (K,L Mozart, manager). — Current 
attrnetlotis: l.eun-l'mory Trio, Hamilton and 
Wiley, Murphy and Andrews, Mile. Carrie, 
Kddle Lesll,- and Bel. Wchlt. 

Xote. — An amateur perlornianeo for the 
Iteiieflt of the family Of a popular man, re- 
cently killed accidentally, will no given nt 
the Family Theatre S, at which Manager Mo- 
zart will do a turn, hl.s llrst appearance ia 
liftecu years. Ills wife will also do an act. 
■ 

HnrrlnbiirR. — At the Lyceum (M. Itels. 
manager) "Miircblug Through ncorgln" did 
well Pel. SI, and Ma hi I JlcKlnley had fair 
kmbMM Xov. ::. Muio. M^iKljeskn it, Kva 
Tnnptiav 7, "Tin! Sleeping Bi.'inity and the 
Beast" S, .toe Welter'* Co. 111. Viola Allen 11. 

OPTRA ItoCW (M, llels, manager). — The 
Myrkle-Hnrder Co. (l'asiernt won much 
n nil «-e nnd did big business last week. "A 
Girl of Hie Streets'' u-S, "The Way <■( the 
Tt» n. « HTMm »r" 0-1 1. 

<»» 

CAI.IFOIIMA. 



Show Gill" had very good lutslni'ss Inst wiel.. 
"Hep" Ward Ml. Rom Melville I^-1S. 

Stai: (J. I . Van Ron. mauilger.i. - The 
Tbori,ii«hbrcils bail good bnslni'ss lu*! week. 
The Lroadwar Galetv Girls .VII, the J oil) '• 
Girls Co. la-K ! 

Omiim Ohas. I'rerck, tiiauager).- - • 
Business «;is ',->»id last week. No iliiitige of I 
bill for week or il. 

l^urmr (A. Welnholzer, iiinntigeri. - llusl. I 
nr«a was jjooil lust week. Xew people for 
week of •> : Until Li'Vau and Itoznle/ mid Ma 
lone. Holding over: Florence Whlllng. 
Bertie Vonhnuk. Lucille Blake, Bessie l.e 
llarr, Frnnkle Bvnns, Grace Mntthcws, and 
Blake nml Whiting. 

Mention, -The St. Paul l.udge of Rtkt, No. 
,',!>. bea tiled anlcles of Incorporation with 
tho Seri-,-iiiiy of Stale. The Klks are lo 
own Coir own ilnb house, fronting on lllee , 
Park. Jit-i easi of Hie new Auditorium. ( 
Memberslilp Is eotitlueil to members of St. . 
I'rt'tl l.islgo So. r.'.t, Flks. The otllcers are: ' 
President." Lou's Xitstt: vlre president, Fran- 
cis M. Wheeler : secretary, John linker ; 
trea.-uter, Henry ,1, Hymn. 



l'lttHltni-K- At tho Nixon (Tho*. F. 

Kirk Jr., manager) "The Holllcklng Girl" 
Nov. ti-11. The two weeks' engagement of 
••The Shepherd King" closed J. All Star 
Co. ib.is. 

Beiasco (Geo. W. Saiutais, manager). — 
Last week Mrs. Fl»ke played to cupnelty. 
.Mrs. lweslle Carter J 3- Is. 

Auvix ill. M. Gttllel; & Co., managers), — 
Florence Hladley 0-11, In "The Belle of the 
West." Lust week " 'Wnv lX)\vn Hast" was 
well patronized. Ulckel, W'atnou and Wrothe 
J.'l-IS. . 

Bijot; (B. M. Giitlck & Co., managers).— 
"Custer's Irfist Fight" IM 1. Last week "Child 
Sluvrs of Xew York" played to capacity busl- 
orsm. • Fautasinn" 1.1-1K. 

Gnisn ( llarvy Davis, manogor) .—Bill weok 
of U : Katie Barry, the 'i'oozonnln Arabs, 
lid. Ueynurd. Bloom and Cooper, Kelly aad 
Vlolette, Guyer and O'Neill, Happy Jack 
Gardner. Mathews and Ashley, and the cine- 
matograph. 

Academy or Mt'sic (H. W. Williams, man- 
oger). — The California Girls till. Last weok 
• lie Colonial Belles played to capacity. The 
Dainty Paree Co. 13-1S. 

Gatctt (J. E. Orr. manager) .—The Dainty 
Hurticst Burlesnuets 0-11. Last week the 
Golden Crook had good patronage. ■ The 
Hunnway Olrls 13-18. 

L.Mi-iae i L. J. McCullougtt, manager).— 
'Marching Through Geotgla" 0-11. Last week 
■•The Gypsy Girl' did well. "The Beauty 
Doctor" 13-18. 



Mm AiiKeles. — At Mason's Opera House 
(II. ('. Wyatt, manageri "Peggy from Paris." 
Ori. L':i--.'.",, nnd "The Chaiterous," 'M-'M, did 
fnlr business. Eleanor 15<ib*on. in "Merely 
Mary Ann." began a week's engagement ,'!", 
to a full house. "Hen Hitr," for two weeks, 
Xov. -.'il-lVe. 2. 

ItKi.Asro (John If. Blackwood, manager). 
— The stock company preseniisl "The I-nst 
Appeal." to good business. Oct, 2:i-2S. "Se- 
■ rec Soniec" ;ti)-Nov. I, "The Gay Parisians" 
U. 

M.ii.nsro's Bi'r.nAMC (Oliver Mnrosco, man- 
ager). — "Frou Froii," hy the stock company, 
was well presented Oct. 2II-i«. "May Blos- 
som" ;w. "Heaping the llnrvesl." Nov. H-ll. 

GiSAMi Oitiia lloi si: (Clarence Drown, 
manageri. — "Arizona" drew well Dot. 22-2S. 
"Al Bisk of Life" .In, "Polly I'rliurose" SoY. t,. 
iinriiREM (Martin Beck, p-neral tnnna- 
ger).- Features Oct. .10 nnd week: Wireless 
Telegraphy, Three XevnrroK, F.dsall and 
Forbes, Itrownlng and W'ally. Leslie and 
Dnlley, Melanl Trio, Arthur Prince and mo- 
lion iildures. 

Psi.nii: (Hentz ,1 /Jillee, priprletorK).— 
Features 30 nnd week: Hay farted nnd eont- 
panv. Iliirhnld'a degs and tunnkoys, Illngham 
nnd" Thornton. Frantz Hell and Ihe llrst net 
of "A Man of Family:" the Fntn,uo players, 
lit "The Prince, nt Liars," and the Unlepieu- 
Heope. .' ■ 

HitoAnw.w (A. J. Morrjinsterti, raartnger). 
— Features 3D and week: Casino Comedy Co.. 
Genevieve Ardell, Marshall and limine nnd 
motion plelures. 

Casino I A. J. Morgnnstern, manager). — 
Second week of XelHon-Brllt light pictures. 

Big business. , 

WELCH'S Stab (ltubo A\elch, mnuagor).— 
Feantres .'Mi and week: "Ills Koyul High- 
uess; or. King of Snappers;" Paddy Mnhers, 
living pictures, Julia Lyuton, the. Do Comas, 
Kate covle and burlcRque on 'Trilby. 

Fisr-iiKB/R (E. A. Fischer, manager). — 
Features ."0 and week : Adams Biiithei-H, 
llnresnad Wlntzer, I'enrllta, the Bnlll-rick- 
itry Co., iho Lucas Stroud 1:0.. nnd klneto- 
sraph. •• . 

CiNEo<;nAflt (J. A. Browue, manager).— 
Features lid uud \veek : Bill McLtiln. Mabel 
Iluiuherr. Woulell nnd Clifford, Great Ln- 
■/.eta. Mohler ft Baxter Stock Co., in "Count 
Molsski'."" niuPiiuition pictures. 

Kiti'tui: (Blllv Blinks, resilient niannger). 
— Features J'.li 'and week: Wilson, Itlehnrd 
Burton, (lie Bobjnsous, Jitelcson. Laura Banks 
end stock company, in farce ; motion pic- 
tures. . __; 
NoVKLTr (Leon Levy, ninnagtr).— keat- 
urcs :!ti uud week: Dletrlck Bros., Jennie 
Oplo, Sanderson and Howtuun, Tatiim, broil 
llayil'Mi, lliiwiilian Qiilnlelte, and moving 
lileturi's, iSnrlows dogs nnd monkeys, and 
"Huiupiy liiimpiy." . .., 

Nutks.— Harold Bauer appears nt Simp- 
son .Vtdltirlum ill (Tiiiiffiirelll's Ital- 
ian Bund is lit the Chutes. .... .Delia Don- 
ald Is visiting her parents here. . .. . .neleu 

Eaton loins liie Hcluaco forces Nov. «••.•-.• 
llobnrl Bosworth left for Ix-uver Ort 2* 

niitcii inuiiruveil In lieulth Edna Dareh, 

it one thiii- protego of Calve, is under a live 
vein- contract tu W. II. Sloiebeitd . . John- 
stone Bennett Is In thii Hallow Rnnllnriuiu, 
Iielug looked after by Gertie Graham, now at 
Morosco's Bitrhank Theatre. 

• — — 

Oubloiid At tlw .Mnedonotigh (C. P. 

Hall, lunnageri Eleanor ItobHon drew* well 
(let. 2:1-^0. "In <Hd Kentucky," lilKJl. did 
itiiiuense business. "Arlttoiiu' Nov. 1, 2, 
ElleryV Bund y, llic Brltt-Nelsoti light pic- 
tures* 4-11. , ,_, 

LiuiMiTV (11. W. Bishop, niiinagcr).— Tim 
Neil's, in "The Lollery of Ixive," dm 
crowded houses. Bishop's regular stock, hi 
"Tl!e Light Eternal," W-NoT. 0, "The Oji- 
tonilst" lo follow. 

Ciiescknt (Cailahnn & Clayton, man*- 
gcrsl. — Lnnder Htevens and regular stock 
drew excellent houses, lu "Snpho. ' Crescent 
Stuck Co.. lit 'The Blue aud Gray," a0-Xov. 
5, "Faust" lo follow. , ., , 

l!t:u. (Ed. Human, manager). — leaturcs 
fl nnd week : Hlce uud Eilwurde. Stelule and 
Hyde. Frank lltiyes. .Mabel Howard, the 
Grent Santell, uud the blograph. lluslncas 
S. It. I>. 

Xuvcltt (Tony LuWlskl. manager;. — At- 
tractions it and week: Luwreuce, Bcsslo 
Stock, Euuice»Uruko and riHiipitny, H. Cort 
AlU-rtson, Johnny Welch, I'rof. J. W. Clark's 
dog, monkev uud cut circus, aud the Novelly 
projocloKcoiH'. BusIuesH is Iinnieiise. 

Extflltt: |E. M. Curlxoti, manager). — Bill 
II uud week: Tlie Garret Is. Chits. J. Parker, 
Hiiriislon Trio, Moi-tou, I'alrlleld and KnMjr, 
uud mo! Ion pictures. 

. +—* 

MIXXKHOTA. 



Mli n tiolls. — Al the Metropolitan Opera 

Mouse 1 1.. \. Sisdt, manager* "The Scliool 
Girl" Nor. .*> ami week. "In the Bishop's 
Carriage" 12 and week. 

Buoi' ftpRU Hiiisi: (T. I,. Hays, mann 
ger). — "The Show Girl" o and week. "Hap" 
WariTl lu 'The flrnfler," 12 and week. 

iiti)'iii:r.\i iMarlin Heck, general iniinngcrt. 
— Bill a nnd week: Ell Inge, Kvn Westcotl 
and company, Charley Case, Yankee Doodle 
Hoys. Klein anil Clifton, Dixon uud Anger, 
Whistling Tom Browne nnd tlie klnndrotne. 

Lvi-KfAi (W. W. Ely, manager). — Bill (l 
nnd week: Mr. and Mrs. Waller Heave* and 
company. Xalno, Brown and Wright, tbo Al- 
deans, the Atistrnllau Comlqiies. Charles 
Laird, Sims, the cartoonist, nnd moving pic- 
tures. 

lu:w;:v (M. If. Singer, manageri. — The 
Thoroughbreds fi and we<-k. Broadway 
Gnb iv Girls 12 and week. 

Fniqvi: (John Klllott, manager). — Bill (i 
and week: Elliott and Ilnnvcy's Big Mill- 
iards. Potter and Harris, Brent Hayes, Wills 
and Barron, 

4 I P 
NEW JKnSKY. 



Xowurl*. — At the Newark (Leo OLIolen- 
gltl. manager) "The College Widow" this 
week. Lulu Glaser proved as anercmfiil ns 
ever in "Miss Dolly Dollars." drawing' good 
audiences. "The Pearl and tho Pumpkin" 
Nov. i:!IS. 

F.ui'tn: (H M. HyaniH, manager). — T'ie 
second week of the Vaughn < I laser Stock en- 
gilgemeut Is taken up with "The Climbers," 
till. "When We Were Twenty-one," last 
week, roeolved fair attention. "What llnp- 
peaed to .lottos" wi'Ok of I It. 

Pttonon'M (J. Austin Fynes. giMiernl man- 
np'ri. — This week: Klos SIsioih, Slican and 
Warren. Fanny Bice. Murray and Lime, How- 
ard anil Bland, Four Avolos. Keno, Welch 
and Melrose, and Hatha way nnd Wnllon. 

I'oi.tiMitiA (M. .1. Jacobs, mnnager).— 
"Slindows of n Great City " 
"llearls of Gold" prnveil u 
fairly RumI houses last week. 
'Parted" I ".-IS. 

Bi.ankv's (J. II. P.ioken 
Thomas P. Shea's Co. (Ml, 
played "Lost In a Big City" to fairly gwal 
houses last week. "Bow Hearts Are Broken" 
I.-I-1K. 

Wai.iimanx'.i (W. s. Clark, manager). — Al. 
Beevos' Show ibis wei-lt. Tlie European Sen- 
sation received the usual amount, of atten- 
tion Inst week, The World Heaters week of 
IX 



this week, 
favorite with 
"Wedded and 

manager). — 
N. S. Wood 



Trenton. — At Urn Taylor Opera House 
(Montgomery Moaes, manngorl Klohard Carte, 
Oct. 28, played lo good business. "(litis 
Will Bo Girls," 3d, did fairly well. Mabel 
McKlnlcy Nov. 4, Viola Allen 7. Joe Weber's 
Stock Co. S, Alice Fischer It, Nat C. Goodwin 
13, "Hankers and Brokers" IS. 

Statk Stiikrt (Frank Shnltcrs, manager). 
— "Shadows of a Great City," JiO-Nov. 1, hnd 
satisfactory business. "A Slave of -the Mill," 
2, dbl fairly well. Lewis Morrison, 3, 4, 
bad good business. Biissell Brothers (I, 7, 
"The Sign of the Cross" s. "Neighborly Neigh- 
bors" '.». l«>, "Cnele Josh Sprm-ohy" 11. 

Tiskxt (Edward Hellion, manager). — Good 
business last week. Bill for u ami week : 
Williams and Tucker, Pnltiee. Willie Zimmer- 
man, Hacker und Lester, Geo. II. Wood, An- 
trim aud Pelers, l.urklns and lvier*on, and 
Ihe blograph. 

» 

Piitcrson At Ihe Bijou (.1. II. Ilowle.v, 

nmutiger) the Avenue Girls drew good houses 
last week. Bdlly .t Wood week of Nov. U. 
Miss New York Jr. to follow. 

(iit.u.i Hoist; i.I. J. Goetscliiiis, uiunnger). 
— "Tlie Wav of ihe TrniisgreKsor" drew fair 
houses SONov 1. Lewis Morrison, In "Fanat," 
drow fairly well 2. "Girls Will He Girls" 
fared well 3. I. Myrkle-Hnrder Slock Co. 
week of li, Cook-Church Stock Co. 13, 10-18; 
Chuuucvy Olcott It, 

Faiiilv (Morris »t Slmnis, managers),— 
Business continues good. Hill week of 0: 
Mlk'_> Scotl. tlie Aslnlres. Grace liuutlugtoii 
nnd rotupaiiy. Two Hurleys, Walton tiUturs, 
Al, Prli'" and leovlng plelures. 

E.Mi-it:i: I A, M. (trugaemiiti, manager). — 
This house opened Inst week, mil was fairly 
IHitrnuIzod. Bill week of (t: Mr. And Mrs. 
Gene Hughes, Brown, Harris end Brown, 
Misses Dchiierc, John Birch, 1 e Bov and 
Woodford, Mlgnotielte Kokln, uud Glllcttl'ft 
monkeys. 

» ' " ' 

,ler»ey City. — Thus. K, Shea had a ca- 
pacity week ut the Aciulemy ending Nov. 4. 
■Tracked Around Iho World" had fair at- 
lendnuee al the BIJoil. Tlie Impetial Bur- 
irsquern did well at I lis Bon Ton. 

AcaIiKMV (I'. K. Henderson, iiinnagcri. — 
For week of 0, "In Guy New York;" "Elgnt 
Bells" next 

Bt.r< t I J. W. Holmes, proprietor). — Week 
of 0: Mabel McKlnley, In '"lite Parson's 
Wife;" next week, "Me. Hint nnd 1." 

Box Ton IT. W. Dlnklus, malinger). — 
Week or ii, Ihe Avenue Girl Co. ; ltetlly & 
Wood follow. 

■ 

Hoiiiiken At the Lytic (II. P. Soulier, 

manager) business bur. never boon better. 
"The i.meen of llic Highbinders" Nov. B-H, 
Ilusscl! Brothers (ill, "Neighborly Neigh- 
bors" 12-15. "Lured from Home" Hl-lo. 

E.mi-iuk (A. M. Itruggeiutinn, proprietor). 
— Bill l'»r week of (I: Fiignn and Byron, 
Nuvulo Girls. Jane Courlhope uud company, 
the Flying Biltllbuns, Burke ntnl Demnscy, 
the Boldens, nnd Laura Bennett. Business 
la excellent. 



St. Paul. — At tlie Motopolll.nn Gpern Home 
(L. N. Scott, tnnnngcri "The Creasing" had 
gocd iniuiucM 20-Nov. 1. "Home Folks" 
drew f.ilr business 2-4. "In iho Blthops 
carriage" fi-11. the St. Paul Germnu stock 
Co., In "Tlie Two Escutcheons," 15, and In 
"The Iron Master," 12. They will play some- 
times afternoons nnd soi.„.tune» evenings on 
Sundnvs for «overnl Weeks, The players are : 
Clara "Gefrer, Otto Ttheln. Johanna Janrer, 
Units Hanson. Osear Hahn, Vera Von Wled- 
enbrtich, P. Fa?eoll, Otto Stampfer, F.llna- 
beth Von Weldeahruch, George C.ootz. A. G«r- 
fer and M. Elsemann. "The Schoolgirl" 12- 
1S. 

Grand (T. L. Days, manager). — "The 



Elisabeth. — Al Hie Lyceum I Edwin El- 
ror. manager) "The Filial Wedding," Oct. 
2028, played la good butmes. "The Curse 
of Drink," ."d-Nov. 1, (lid fnlr busluoss. 
"Figlitltig Fulc," 2-1, had fnli* ruturus. 
"No Mother lo Guide Her" li-x, "Wedded and 
Pnrtwl" ii-ll, "A Slave of the Mill" 13-16, 
"Neighbor!) - Neighbors" 111, 17. 

Jai'oiis.— "Pickings from Pink" 3. "Shad- 
ows" or ii Great Clly" 4, Jcre McAulllIc and 
stock week of (I. 

« »» 
CANADA. 



STRONG KtjL AT POUR 

Toll's tliefiter wns tllleil yesterday aft- 
ernoon to seo the first of.thl* week'* 
offcijnts. nnd tno kp pUn iw, lesttflerl to 
Hie gfttJsfncUnn of tlie nudlence. deor^ 
Miinroe. the new lll'islon Creo, OWM 
Hotr* Co., .and Fltr.Kibhons are enoilgh 
to niake any vmideville bill seem attrac- 
tive, but when there. Is added thereto »ev : 
eml other entertaining nets! nnd nti Jn- 
strucllve series of tnntfon pictures, pev 
hup* it would be ns well to call thepvo- 
gi'tim excellent. ■ 

After ine overture by Vletnr Ruelilem s 
adntlrnble iband, Ocorge nnd Mny Wood, 
jvnrd presented n clever "mbc" net. with 
several taking Rong*. nnd It went wl 
Tlieh' 5I*ss Tlorn I'eltler giive it line of 
amusing Imitations of well known eomlc 
opern stars. Inelndlns; Oeorgle Colin aim 
bis tnlciilod wife. Anna Held, and Kfiln 
r«v. The impert-onntlon of Miss Fity 
was the best of the lot, tout they. were 
alt nicely' accomplished. Oenrffe Bruno 
nnd Mnbel Bussell wore seen In their 
lnitghnMe sketch. "The Fiikcr." Cleotge 
Hney ft Co. In Mr, Iloey's t'lnnediettn. 
"What's the Matter With Boston." 
tfttight the funcy of the audience nhd 
received llbernl applause. Oeorge Mun- 
rtm wM his ever H i— ta g monologue. 
"My Aunt Bridget." wns welcomed as 
nn'old and dear friend, and "Creo" turn- 
ed oat tn be a Tory Interesting illusion. 
wherein a plaster bust, a few garments. 
& modern trl|iod, a wig nftd a dab fir 
so of paint turns Into n living, speaking 
womnu. 

The most taking- feature of the bill, 
however, was tbn personal work. of Mr. 
Plteglbbua* of Fliiglbhoiis. Morse and 
Bresalln. song writers, cumeillnns, alnir- 
era nnd-ilaheers. The trio anng a Hum- 
Ver o'f tlielr own songs nnd parodies anil 
Mr. Fitsglblions wus us funny as the 
traditional "barrel of blue monkeys" In 
every thing lie did; not funny NpCfttlM lie', 
Irles' to be. but because be seemingly 1 
enirt help it. Ills work alone Is Worth \ 
lite price of admission. 

The pictures show some night • 
of Coney Island that * 
of Hint popular y' 
thing before otTe 

"tiik i.inj 



BKHT, 




TIII30J>0RK 




JACK 



KLUB 

The Only Successful Song 
Writers In Vaudeville. 



DEWEY, Next Sunday 
KEITH'S, I'rov., Nov. 18 
HOWARD, Boston, Nov. 20 



125 W. 37th STREET, NEW YORK, 

-Oil- 

WM. MORRIS. 



I-'hin'MIi lr-'. \V. l.e Clulr, iniiiitiger).-- 
fjl Tnoi|ie Cnzi'it'eiive, |ui ■iiiiiiieui Kreneli 
stork rawimnv. m "lion Civsar il« liasnn," 
hint fnlr liilslness lllBt week. "I.n Tosi-n" - 

11, '-i.l-i ciiiomiis" i :s-i 

'I'tiKiTiii: l*GN Norvi;.\i'ri:s (it. Itnvn.ix, 
niniiiigi'Cl. -The periiintiein l^'reneli Sloek Co. 
pliiveil "l/Ailversiilre." lo fnlr lionsen, luit 
week. "l.e Venlgii" 111. 

Xatmn.ii. l-'itAM'Ais ill. llnuvrenu, mnna- 
gerj.--'riie neriiinneiii I'rench Slock Co., In 
"1,0 Crime (lit Nlii ilc I.'Algle," cnnie lo gooil 
hotiies Ins! wiH-k. "Iji Clumse mi Mull" till. 

Alu:.\A t\V. Nnrihey, tnnnuger). — Colvo 
auil eouipnny drew l>l« IhisIhom Nov. I. 

WiNDKon II.m.i,.— Murle Iinil, violinist, 
Nov. 10. 



Mouse of M.vii.'i-y." Inst week, linn InrgD 
lunlleliees. "A Uesiiernle Cluinco" Ti-11. 

|irci,i\i;i!jsi tWIuilleii liniN., rnnnngcrsl. 
- The l-'ily I'oiler Co. ilrcw big nuiilimccn. 
The llrlgnillers .VII. 

Mm-KiNN 1 (Wtii. Itelrhmnn. niannger). — 
l.lllinn lliirkhtirl was Hie lieiitllliier of «n nt- 
trneilve hill Inst. week. Tbo tlreitt Orpheiuu 
Khoiv ."ill. >. .. 

■♦»» 



loioud,. — At the I'rtneess (O. B. flliep- 
panl, iiinntigeri IiihI week I-:. S, VVIIIni'il (Irmv 
to ciipiicll.v. Itiwe Coglilun Nov. UK. 

(liLiMi iii'Kii.v Iforsn (A. .1. Small, mnmi- 
ger). — .lomijili .Murphy's "Kerry (!oiv" nnd 
"Slinuii llluie" illit enormoiiN linslur-ss Iimt 
week, "llnvlil Ilnrutii" ll-ll, 

M.i.trsiii,' (A. J. Smnll. mnnngrr). — "Tim 
naming Arrow" did Mg IiimIiiukk lust week. 
■•l..s I'irst Ktilse Htep" n-11. 

Mhjja'm (.M. Sben, manager) .— Card for 
week of Xov. (I: The city lilrls from "Tim 
I'rlnee of fllnen," hetiueil hy '1'riily Hlioltnclt ; 
Toy mill Clark. I'nclieen Knntlly, Nichols Sin- 
ters, A. ('. iHinenii, Helen Ileltner, Slitnlcal 
JolittHioii-. mill 1 1MB. Serin. 

Stai: (K. ,1. Stair, niuimger). — Watson's 
(irloniuU illil lilg InixliiesH ium week. Miller's 
American!, (111. 

Makhi-.v Mi mc II.it. i. (Stuart Ilounton, 
maiiiiKcr). - .Mine. Culve and oouipnoy drew 
a large iiiittlcucu (let. ;;i). Jerome K. Jerome 
Nov. Ii, 4,, 

«« » - 

Ml ('IHO ATI. 



II,I,I.\01H. 

Ceoiln. — Al Hie ijiniiil (Chnnilierlln, Ilar- 

rlllirloli \ Co., malinger*) C/rn Keniliill, la 
"Tlie BtirnNtortner," Oct. "J", illil well. Win. 
V. Mong. In "Clny Uurke," III, drew a fnlr 
holme, ii ml pleased. "Mrs. Wlggn, of tho 
I'nliliiige I'liieh." Nov. I, p l e ased n largo 
liotme. "SU llopklns" drew very Wall Si- 
"Mm. Irf'HItujwellV HooIh," -I, hnd a good ad- 
vance. "tlMNM Hisdlgnn" Ii, "Why (llrla 
I.euve Home" CJ, Han Sully ill, TJIn Murpbjf 
I.*, HI, May 1 twin IT. 

Main NritKiiv (.1, C. Cutlet', iiinniignr). — 
Week of Oct. BO was the Ininis-r nun. Cur- 
rent Nov. fi: Jennings ami ItJiifinw, Caute- 
ron nnd I'liinlKiiii, Hi'' BiirlS'liuus, liiigeno 
Iliniuolt, l.'lmrtniti) Ittiveiuo/i'oft, I'cter J. 
Hin 1 1 Ii. mid kltioilroiiie. 

Wkamt'H IC. I'.- Itn it -inrit, iiiaiuiger). — At- 
lendaiii-e line, t'lineiil :, ;. Ilohhlna (Hid Hlil- 
llvnii, (liilhi'fth iiii(1 Sttrri'll, and Iluil L'ar- 
iiiiin Trio. 

Cl.irs. — The Main Street Theiltro Is now 

Inclined lu dm Western VaiHluvlllo Ausocla- 

tlnn. ,_j 

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di.i.vwahi:. s 



Montreal. — At His Majesty's III. ij. 
Brookn, manager) "The Prodigal Hon" drew 
fair beiiaes last week. "The Vanke* Consul" 
Nov. (1-11. Savage's Oranii Opera Co. 13-1R. 

ACAPEJir or Mt'Mtc (t*. Hawarth, mana- 
ger). — "Sherlock Holmes ' earn* to good Duni- 
neai last wenk. "The Setlo-Comlc Governess'' 
0-11. "The Power Il«hind ihe Throne" 13-1S. 

rtoTAL (II. C. Egetfon, mflnaget). — The 
American Burlc^quci* plsyed to big houses 
last w*ek. Miner's Kobemlans fl-11, Yankee 
Doodle Olrls 13-1 H. 



Detroit.— At Urn Detroit Opera Mouse 
(II. C. Whltmy, liiiinugei) lloliert ICdesoii 
plttycil to crowded hoimes lant week, (ills 
Skltiuer Nov. Il-S, ")lra. I.elUiisiveU's Boots" 
Ml, ■ 

l,V(.'i:t.*Jt II;. 1). Htnlr, iniiiiugcr;. — Uavld 
Illto:!(i!i, In "Ills l.asl liillnr," drew packed 
houses Mist week. Krtiest llogau 0-11. 

Lakavwti: (Dr. Campbell, innnnger). — 
IJi yd Uliighuui, In "Irelaiiil, 17HX," enter- 
li.lin'il in rue au-l iipprecltirlvi' iiudleiiceH Inst 
week. "The i.nilun mid the Model" 5-11. 

Wiiitm.v (i;. 1 1. Sliilr, ninniiger). — "Tbn 
Kye Wllnesit" eulerlalin'd pnckeil hoimes 
I'lHl »■(".■!:. "After MlillilghL" oil. 

TiMii'i.ii (.). II. Moore, manager). — Week 
of li: CIiuhkIdu'k IIiiIIiiii Trio. ,UiI'jii'h liur- 
lewjiie iiti'iiiigerle, Bert Conic ami company, 
Cook hnd Sylvia. Ileum* W. Uny, Snyder 
mill Buckler, Williams anil Walker (lieu Club 

lltltl Ihe l(llic!n„-llipll. 

Avkki.t i Drew ,*t t.'aiupliell, iiinnngerH). — 
Tho Dren lain ml BeutitleH did well IiihI weok. 
Alcn^iir Beiliilli'H Ti-ll. 

CiiVHT.il. (J. J. NhhIi, manager). — Week of 
C: iliilden nnd llughea, llecklow nnd Wheel, 
or, Billy llines. l'ernande May Trio, Mr. 
and Urn. John T. Powers, Oliver Wllher nnd 
the kliiodron.e. 

..ii t 

firuuil IIiiiiIiIn.— At Hut Netv Powers III. 
(I. Kuiv.tnnrs A; Co., iiinnngerH) llzra Kciidnll, 
Nov. I, mid "Tho Wolililii la the t'lise," (I, 
drew well. Ilthel llnrrvtiiori; I, "Mrs f^'f- 
llngwell's Boots - ' S, "The Klcninl City" H, 
tu. "Sky Km m '■ II, Kuitna Manies nnd con- 
cert c'Uiptitiy "0. 

M4JIMTli.' (drill Stair, inunageri.— "Our 
New Minister ' played lo crowded Iiiiiiniis 
lint neek "The Heuilnury lilrl" S-11, Juo 
Welch 18-13. 

Usaxn imau tioisu (Ciuirciiili & Duvia, 

nintiiigcriti --I'or oil : Cmupbell ntnl llrndv, 
(llerson Sl'iiei-B, Mario lllrnril, Hurry Haley, 
JurvlK nnd Tudor, and James lairim. 

S.iititK lleiili.i llni sr illm. W. II. Smith, 
mnniiger).-.— Intuit Cnlih-r's Drentnlntul Bur- 
lesjpters Ihls week. This Iioiihk ronllniies 
doing an -tcellcnt luislncfs. 

■ . »» 

uamwy. 

Louisville.- -At Maeanley'i (J. T. Mn- 
eauloy, managnr) "Tho BurUI Clly," .'in- 
Nor. 1 attract"d fair attendance. "I'lrTl 
i'nff!'. Potifl!!" 2-4, drew crowded homea. 
"The Forbidden Land" O, 7. IStM Barry- 
tnoro S. n, " Wiry Down llaat" 10. 11. 

MiKo.vic (C. A. Simw, iniinagen. — (Jeorge 
Sydney ptoduced "Biiay Dz.vh Vacation" 
last neck, to big business. "Pretty l'eggy" 
611. 

Avbni'E (C. A. Khar, raanageri. — "The 



WiiiniiiKioti.- At tho Onind Op«ra 
Hoit»e (.1, K. llnylla, muntiger t Ihu Aubrey 
Stuck Co. plnyed Inst week. "(Ilrln Will Bfl 
(llrla" drew two very large ionises Nov, J;. 
Viola Allen (i, "Miigg'H Lauding" 1 1, "ftobln 
Hood" 11, 

Doci.s't iio.K's (UuiiiiK (W. I,. Dockatadcr, 
manager). -Kin- wei.k of il : Mlllnr'M cin- 

phnnts, Kreiletiek Hall tad Mollln l-'ullcr, 

n Night In Venice, Dorseh nnd Ititsscll, Sul- 
livan and I "u-i| it.- Ii'tin. Tally-llo Duu, Ihe 
Klllolli', and the kliiiitograph. 

I,vcl;i;.M (tumid lliimphiles, inannger). — ' 
"Nolghlsiily Xeigldiors" did uell IID-Nov. 1. 
•Tuslcr'M leisl l.'lgln" hail tale nlletidnncc 
L'-f.. "The Cn run of Drink" (t-x. "The Sign 
of the I'm*" nil", "A Hlrl of the Klrceis" 
Hl-lo, "I'nsl l.lf,' la New Vork" 1(1 18. 

>.» . | 

WKHT MitiiiM.v, 



Wliei-lltiH. - Al Iho Court Theatre (K. It. 
l-'nitizliclio. laatiiigor) "Ilttster llrowu" Oct. 
.'III. hiul uood ret ill-UN. litis Skinner, III "Ills 
iliac do ilraiiiiiioin," ill, bail big business. 
Hose Cecilia Shny, In "I'niil Jmana" Nov. 3, 
did well. "A iSICHsnge front ^Iiii-h" 1 1. 

(Jiia.mi Oi-riia Uot.Ni: (Chun, A. Kelnler, 
iiiiiuager).--"lttni(il]di und Ailolplt," Del. ,'IU- 
Nov. I, had big IiiisIiii.hh. The letuir Hunt- 
ings, -' I, had gooil reiiiins, "Tli'n Mloventli 
Hour" li-H, "Tim Bennly Doclor" D-ll. 

Bijou ill. W. lingers, iiiiiiuiger); — Bill 
week of Oct. ,'ID gave sntlafni'lloi) lo good 
linsliieks. Week of Nov. II: .Ills. H. Cowloy, 
Musical HnriM, l'our Hills, Kmuiu Coulcy, 
uud pictures. 

Noti;. — R II. Kranzlieliu and May It. 
Whllty were iiiiirrhd al the Vnneij Memorial 
Chiircli, I, uud lert for New Vork. . 

».» ■■ ■-. / 

WANIIIMiTO.X. 



Tucoiiiii. — At the Taeouia Theatre (C. 
Ilolllg. innnnger) "The Mnrrlngn of Kitty" 
pleased net. jr., '.'II. .Mine. Ill iiniatiu "8, 20. 
"Tbo Hiillau of Sitln" Nov. V,, 4, "I'eggy from 
Purls" II, 7. 

Savov iCIiiis. W, York, manager). — Tho 
Tiger I, Hies drew fair Ionises (let. HO-ilH. 
"Why Women Hlu" !ill-:!I, tin: Ctoplans Nov. 

liiiAsn (I». 15. Wort(w. inamigorl. — Tltoa. 
Meegnii nml (•oiiipaiiv, 'I'lifee ,liiKt;Ilng Bur- 
retts, HendeiHon and Boss, Dorothy Dayne, 
W. C. Iloyt and Teed nml l.nzclle. 

Htah. — Tbo Allen Stock (•„,. in "Tho Three 
Musketeera." week of b:i, drew good houses. 
"Northern Lights" week of ,10. 

ClivHiAi..-— Wo»k of .'III, I'rof. Hall and Hm 
boxing kangarooa, 

nt-tincaa. DASint.s ash lirnursa, comtdr 
acrobat!! (formerly tho Original Trolley Car 
Trio), hove. Ju*t llnished iwdve weeks of fair 
dates With MlrTess. Tllev otielJCll lit tho 
Temple Theatre, PI. U'tivne. lad.. Oct. 'Si, for 
Howard Shayno, Willi plenty of good work to 
follow. 



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'THE 3SHEW YORK CLIPPER. 



November 11; 



THEATRICAL HOTELS 



• rid 



BOARDING HOUSES. 



CONTINENTAL 



Watiaurt A Madlaon, CHICAGO 
0. 0. Vaughan, Prop. Strictly 
i American Plan. is-is "ingle 
$7-U donble. Vaudeville patronage Invited. 

HU/tT'B EUROPEAN HOTEL, 148 Dearborn 
St., and OXFORD HOTEL, Canal and Adams. Ratea 
to profession. FRANK 1 PNT, Prop., CUICAQO. 

PALACE HOTEL. 101 N. Clark St.. I'»W 
European, S3 per week: with private bstb, $7. 
Turkish Bath, too. IL B. H UMPHREY, Prop. 

Hotel Rexford 

BULPINCH PLACE, 

BOSTON, MASS. 

FIREPROOF. EUROPEAN. 
Elegantly furnished steam heated rooms, bot and 
cold water, six baths on each Door, free to gucatt. 
Soar theatres. 

ROOMS TO CENTS A DAY, 
i »3.00 A "WEEK AMD OP. 

HOTEL EUCLID, Buff alo.H.Y. European.S2.50 

Per week and up. Two bloats from all theatre s. 

PRUDENTIAL HOTEL, 4a and 48 Bank St, 
Newark, N. J. II. A. GREENLAND, Prop. 
Eu ropean and America n Plan. Fine Rooms. 

St. Louis, Mo. fSSV£££f, 

Outside front -rooms, single, $2.60; doub.o. $S.u- 
week. American. $1.00 day. Free 1'Bth, electric 
l ights, bells, new furniture. Free night Inncli. 

' TRAPALOAB, 11M17 E.14, N.Y., nr. Keith's. 
Acad, of Music. Dewey. RoomB 60c, 76c., $1 
$1.M day ; $2.60 to $8 week. W.D.U ANNIOAM.Pro p 

CLABMD0N HOTEL. A : r.°rVc e a B np"^ 
B10LEY & JENNINGS. Props. 
.v. Clark St., cor. Ontario, Chicago. 
Rates, 60. 76 and $i per day. $2 to $6 p er week , 

CITY HOTEL, 10th and State 8W., Chicago. 
AMERICAN, $J.0O A DAY-18.00 A WEEK. 
j 1 EUROPEAN, $3.00 A WEEK AND OP . 

FOR TOLEDO, Ohio 

MERCHANTS' HOTEL. 

Theatrical Ratea: Am., $1.00, and Eup., 60c. 
■ GOOD SERVICES THROUGHOUT. 

HOTEL ST. DENIS, 136-138 West Market St.. 
Indianapolis, Ind. Convenient to all theatres 
Best LUtlc.Uotel In Indianapolis. Actora' Kates. . 



AND 



THE PREACHER ?S 

By JOE ARZONIA. Till* I, li.yonil u rtoalit the Beat Coon Sl.ont Ever Written, and atTords unlimited opportunities f * 

t limiM'tfir Delineation. Mlnirera u.I„k It receive five and »li encore., and .ay It In tile Hat of tluJr act. Tills la not 

"Talk"' but u bit of 'New.," and It U up to you to lake odvantuge or It. 

WAIT FOR ME WHERE THE LILACS BLOOM 




ll> AilTni'H LAMB. 



.\'ot ONE of the good on... but positively the HEBT Rastlc Ballad now bring oll.-rt.il. 
You Wilt Agree with V.. 



ANNIE LAURIE WAS TO BE A SOLDIER'S BRIDE 

By HORACE STRODSE. This miulng March Song, by the author of "PINES Of VERMONT," possesses all of the 
Characteristic* or a Hit, and la uelng Featured by Several of the Ton Liner.. 

I LIVE IN LAZYLAND 

By ARTHUR LAMB. Plenty of Bualneas aud a Sure-Fire Winner with any act. New Story and Decidedly Funny, 
Professional Copies and Orchestrations upon receipt of program. Slide, now ready. Five Dollar, per aet. 

JOS. MORRIS CO., 

Addrea. all communication, to ARTHUR LONGBRAKE, Mgr. Prof. Dept. 130 W. Pth STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 




HOW TO START IN SHOW BU8INE8S. 

(Copyright), 8 different hooka, loo. All kinds acta 

M OBPliET' S SCHOOL. 837 N. 12th St., Phlla., l'a 



ROW TO BECOME A CONTORTIONIST. 

Front and Back Bending, each trick Illustrated 
Hoc. Morp hea's S choo l. 837 N. 12th St.. Plilla.. Pa 

~MOVINO PICTURE BtJPPLY and RENTAL 

Films, ilachlnea, Slercoptlcons, Cameras, l.ensci- 
Song Slides, now and second hand, bought, solu 
exchanged. Bargains. Studio for aim and slide 
Making, coloring. Special Flag and Fire Films 
expert repairing, free advice, long years' expe- 
rience, prompt dealings. Eberhard Schneider 
Qenn an-Am. Cine. A Film Co.. lOQ E. 12th St.N.Y.C 

■KETCHES, TRAVESTIES, Burlesque*, etc. 
written to order. Only tho hem original work fur- 
nUhod to professionals. Jos. Kershaw, 829 Button- 
wood St., Phlla. ■ 

VEIPTRtLOHVISBITanght Personally and bj 
Correspondence. Prol. Llngerman School of Ven 
tmoon lsm, 70* North 6th St.. Philadelphia. Pa. 

AT LIBERTY— Attractive lady wishes eugiiRr- 
ment wltli magician or tllustonlat; docssplrltcabl- 
net, dances In black art, magic, eto. Thoso mean- 
tng bus. enclose stamp. 

: V. ROBERTS, 860 Mich. Ave , Detroit, Mloh. 

FOR SALE. MOONSHINER FILM, Tc 

VU Others, ac. ft up Also Song felldes. BcliI 
for Lilt. OHAS. RAT. Al»eu,S.O, 

AT LIBERTY, Welling Ion Bros., for any alio* - 
that p*yB salary. C uugo for week. All 'roune 
Dancers, B. F., Silly Kid, Old Maid, Irish fil d\ . 
Tramp. Strictly sober. Al wardrobe on unci oil 
Also Miss Blanche Wellington, Al Pianist, sigh 
reader and fake. Address Wellington liios.,U6i 
E. Tompkin s St., tialcsburg 111, 

WANTED, Good All 'Round Medicine Per 
fdrnlers, Singers, Dancers, Comedians. Man and 
wife with little girl preferred. Must fake organ oi 

Slano. Tickets to llioru wo know. Salary low bui 
lire. Toll all first lotlor. Doclur tor Lecture ami 
Ollloe Work. Allan & Iiarter, 1220 N. Calhoun St., 
Decatur, 111.. , 

AUBNT AT LIBERTY for the Urst time i 

Ji mos.; all tho good qualillcs and none of tin 
*d; cau Join at onco. Would like to hear from 
i: I.. PAUL. Add. W. II.Tllillll.S, 

(lon'l Del , Kansas Cllv. Mo. 



WANTED, TRICK BICYCLIST, Ah 

Partner for Bicycle Act. Address GUS RKID, 
103 Hereon St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

UOOO COHNKT1ST AND LEADED 

(0OCBLE8 FAIR VIOLIN \AND PIANO) Wunu- 
job lo coast. J. K. SIIAFKR, Elu orson, Neb. 

MVJMC COMPOSED AND ARRANGED 

for "any Instrument or number or Instrument.- 
Bongs, words and iiiuslo, ssclolies, etc. Send stamp 
CH A8. L.LEWIS, 420 Klclimoud St.. Cincinnati. 0. 

WANTED— MEDICINE PERFORMERS IN 
ALL LINES who are not nfrald of work, state 
lowest a ud all In first. .You mux be good. liooscr. 
closed without notice. Address DR. W, 11. BALL, 
1212 Oak St.. Kansas City. Mo. 

•WANTED— Good Dramatic Pooplc. Man 
capable of playing Leads and lleavlos, llaudsonio. 
Young Juvoufio woman. Other useful peoplo 
write, send photos, which will be returned, can 
use bright child tor sheet&itles and parts. Address 
_ J. S. OARSIDE BIO STOCK CO., Rome, N. Y. 

WANTED-Looturo and Oillco Workor. Musi 
lie sobor and rellablo. Salary or percentage. Tick- 
ets If not too far away. Tho.-ie who wrote, please 
write again. Address 

SIOUX REMEDY 00.. Uox. 412. loin, Wis. 

WANTED. Al MEDICINE PEOPLE, FIRST 
CLA8S SKETCH TEAMS. Must Fake Ptauo, and 
Plat parla In Farco Comedy. Other useful people 
wrlto. Fiuy big towns. 
■ • • Address J. L., CLIPPER Ofiice. 

' FOR SALE-EMPIRE COTTON CANDY 

FLOSS Machine coruploto Willi Gas and Gasoline 
Attachmoiila. Add. ^'Floira, "jaro N. Yj. OLI PPE 11 

ADVANCE MAN WANTED, for High 
l VIuks, Moving , l'lctures. Onu who ling hud 
idinllnr experience preferred. Slate pnrticu- 
lurs In first let tec . -mil compensation expcclod. 

OLD HKI.IA RL K, care of CLI1TBR p fliTC, 

KtHl SALE, Pose Outllt. Silk Dreas, Volvot 
Cloak and EITcols, $16; llctz Sloreoptluou, Acuty. 
lone (las llartier and (loneralor. Screen, $22; Ser- 
peuttuo Dress, $s; MagiclaHV oiilllt. 8 tricks, pair 
uioial side table". $Ift; Ulnck Art Outilt. $ls; Sor- 
peutliie Slide, 2(1 lor $4. Enclose stamp for list or 
no answer. MRS, WM. CARL, 2*4 Court St., 
Rochester, K. Y. 



I'afJie's Sltp|mig Beauty in the Wood, 

Richly colored, 1,000 fret, a grand fllm, cost 
about $500. . I'rlco. $U'5. Mellcs Wonders of 
tho Deep. Horse Racing, lllnwatha, Etc. Prices 
tow. Send for list 8. II. films. 
^IIAIIUACH & CO.. 809 r/ tttOft. Patta, Pa. 

50 Cents for a Book of 1 Sketches: 5 Acts 

for 1 male. 1 r«tuali> 6 Acts for 1 males, Monev 
nrderor " rent -imuiw. Adilrcsa nKHNAKl'i 

KLINO. Pinvw rlpht, ;cy, .lay St.. Prooklvn, X. f. 



Theatre Site 
For Lease. 

TERM 01' 20 YEARS WIT0 22 YEARS RENEWAL 
FORTUNE FOR 

VAUDEVILLE or LEGITIMATE 

Dimensions ;.".xl2o, more room if needed. Located 
in 

Best Part rf 125tli Street 

CENTBE OF THEATRE DISTRICT. 

Present theatres are turning people away, coo.uoo 

to draw from. 
Average rent, present condition, $10,000 yeurly. 
Responsible Managers only, with Al security for 

Address ATTORNEY, 163 World Bulldlng. ScW York 

HARSTN S BARGAINS 

1 Itee) of Film, nbout 000ft. long, only 
s:iO.00. Will send for examination on receipt 
of $3.00. 

1 First Class Slercopllcon, with electric 
:tnd cnlchim burners, sheet wire, rheoRtnt, 
•arlions, limes, with 3 of the best Soukh, 
i.eautlfiilly Illustrated, with colored Slides, 
ill complete, ready for a show. Cost, new, u 
few weeks ago, ?00.O0. Our price only 
"-H.YOO. Wlfl send for examination on re- 
ceipt of S5.00. 

Song, Serperillne and Cloak Slides from 
-Se. up, nil colored. Slides made to order, 
also all the lutest lllms uud slides for rent, 
■ it the lowest rates In town. 

HARSTN & CO., 
138 Eaat 11 in siren, new York, N. Y. 
Tel., No. 38 lit Gram. 

MOST BAFPLIHB ILLDSIW 01 E.BTB, 

"AOA." 

Almost now, complete. Beautiful wardrobe. Also 
Creation of a Woman Out of Nothing 

New). Bolter than Dlda. Fine war.'robe. Both can 
bo oi crated by anyone with 1 hour rehearsal; ofrtu- 
iiletu show for carnival, fulr or vaudeville; 20 to M 
•nlnutes. Will be sold to quick Oliver at bargain. 
VddresH LAWYF,R.carcof CLIPPER, X. Y.CIty . 

HAN I ED IMElAfELY, 

MUSICAL ACT, single or double ; CHARACTER 

MAN, with specialty: PIANO PLAYER, leader; 

VAUDEVILLE ACT8 OF ALL KIND8. 

Wire or write, aluling salary, etc. Join on 
*lre. BRLVKAUU & TOOLBY. 

MnnagerH Rrondwny Kntcrtultierg. 
l!do West llltli Street, New York City, 



POWER'S CAMERGRAPH, FIREPROOF 
MAGAZINES and TAKE UP DEVICE. 

The Modern Motion Picture Machine. 
FILM SAFETY NOW ASSURED.' 

Our Fireproof Magazines and Take Up Device 
will fit any Exhibition Modern Motion Picture Ma- 
chine. An entirely new apparatus by which abso- 
lute safety to the film from loss by FIRE IS AS- 
SURED. The only device of its kind which has re- 
ceived official endorsements from tho Local Au- 
thorities as such. 



Write for CATALOG 




All of onr Apparatus Is folly protected by United 
States patents Issued or pending, and Infringe- 
ments will ho vigorously prosecuted. K.POWER 
(Now York Film Exchange), 116-117 Nassau St., N. Y. 



s 



Juveniles, leads, Heavies, 
AT LIBE 

WardroliK anil Experience. 
HELI ABLE MANAGERS. 
t ddre.. HOI EL STURTEVANT, N. Y . 

GOOD AMATEUR 

A± JL,it>erty. 

nood dresser, willing and obllglug. Have had 
nine experience. Will work for reasonable salary. 
t«o 24, height 6ft. 10. Address .V 

AL. PHILLIPS, Stamford, Conn. 



CAR 
WANTED. 

Combination and Baggage Alone. 

TOM FRANKLIN NYE, 
Fort Worth . Tex. 

New and Second Hand Picture Machines 

Slides, $:j ."d, latest. Tlih week only. 

Slercoptlcoas, 2 grades, $1£> and $2u. 

Spot Lights, $35 00. 

Rheostats, i grades, $0 60 to $12.00. 

Arc Lamps, $f,.ou. Jets, $3.60. 

Condensers, uoc. eucli. 

Approved Cable. 

Adjustable Lego, $0 jo. 

Webbed Bleached Soreens, 2!,<i. per so., ft. 

Automatic Wat- r Ripple. $10.00 

I/enses, Jets, Carbon, Gelatine, lowest. 

HERMAN E. HOYS, 

104 W. 40th St. N. Y. 



WANTBD, 

LADT MUSICIANS, 

V.OI.l.V, COKNET AND DRUMS', ' 

fn play popular music in salo-". State salary in 
tlratlctttr. W.J. HEALEY, 

60 N Main, Plltsiohi Pa. 



tffiHNARD KLIN6. PLAYWBIfiHT, 

■:w Jay 81., Brooklyn, N. V. 

SKETCHES AND PLAYS WRITTEN TO ORDER, 
OR IGINAL AND GCARA NTEED WO RK 

FRANK HASSALL, LIVELY ECCEftTRIC IRISH 

WOMAN, NOMOLOGIST, VOCALIST. Daucor and 
Character lmnei>ouailon=. 16 111I11. In one. At 
Liberty. Address OKN. DEL'Y. PIliLA., PA. 



SVlNTPn T« loin on wlro, Medicine Perfunu- 
fian IAU, orB i,, aii Hnc^. SpecluUv Ventrllo- 
nulst, Magician, Man willtPlclurii Maehluo, plenty 
tluusand slides. PROF J. 11. DD U'Ol.FK, Oregon 
Indian Med. Co.. Parksley, Accoinac C o., V a. 

PABTNER WANTED 

Professtoual Actress will Join "Recognized" Per- 
I'ormer CorVaudevllleAol. (Note— lam notaslngeri 
M ay Weslcn, Phlla., Pa. P. B Mr. I elton. wrltu. 

Pianist, at Liberty. 

FRANK BROADBENT, Ben F, Mack Go, 

Week Nov. 0. LANSFORD, PA. 



Revolving Bur. " pr. of shoes for heel whirls, 
single lrapi>v.e rlgglug. etc Address 
OYMNAST. 3^3 W. Suit SI.. N. Y. CWy. 

lflfl 1 CARDS, with Urn. Mm anii 

Profession, printed In "riguiv" ntvlv — "tho 
rtlteat rail"— SHe. Address l'llILIP GIF- 
KOl tL*. »tia Lj S alle Are.. Chicag o. HI. 

WANTED, 

SOIQ AID DANCE SKETCH TEAS. 

Others write. 
Am. & KLOCK. • • Waukesha. Wis. 



AT L1BKRTY, 

Mr.-THE BTJOKLEYS-Mrs, 

RKFtNKD MUSICAL ACT. 
39 I'leusiwil I'lnce. Hcwklv u, X . Y. 

Wanted, Good Line of Musical Farce Paper. 

Clvc nil pnrllculnrs. Add. rirtorlni. care CLIPPER. 



SIDE NNV HlK.L New fc \Vorkliiit World, 
Meeuuiilcfil Show, the Magic City, all In mo- 
tion, for $75. Museum of Anutomy, $'.'5; 
Chinese Dnigou uud SxlO Pulnllng, ?3o. 
LotH of Mummified Curios, cheap. List free. 
1 iiuike anything you uiiiil In Auluitil or 
lluiuuii Curiosities, to order. WM. NELSON, 
S \"nu Xorden, No. C'umbrldge, Muss. 



POWDER 



A Geimlue Japanese Tooth Powder. An Ar- 
ticle of Merit. A Greut Seller. Retails at 
10c. Medicine Co.'s, seud for terms uud sam- 
ples to W. M. FRANCE, 
131 South St., Elmwood, llolyoke, Mass; 



MIDDLEMAN 

FOR RECOGNIZED HKOTHEll ACT. 
Address, w'lli full purtlculurs, weight, ei- 
perlence, snlnry. etc., 

ROBERTS, Cure of CLIPPER. 



E PERFORMERS 



OF ALT, KINDS. QUICK. Address 
A. HAIL'.'Y. Addison. Steuben Co., N. Y. 



WANTBD, 

PUNCH or OEE FIfllIKE HAN 

IMMCDIATCLY. 

Catherine, Ala.. Nuv. D ; T)emo)n>llH 1.1. 

COLB.v. ROOERS RAILROAD SHOW. 



IMMEDIATE TIME WANTED, 

JACK and GILD A. CANNON 



Comedy and Singing Act in On 

Ad, U07 E. 5th »t., Now York 



City. 



GYMNASTS WANTED, 

Mule or Female, for Double Trapeze Act. Weight 
uo' overl301bs Height about 5ft. 3 Address 
EDWARD ZOELLER. a Logan St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 



MUSIC ARRANGED, 
COMPOSED, ETC. 

A. KRETSMAR. 418 E: 15th S t. 



N. T. 



AND ALL TUEATR1CAL GOODS. Sceuery painted 
Cheaply and quickly. Amateurs supplied. 

CfJAS E. Ml LLS, 437 W. 41st St., Sew York CltJ. 



RUTH CRAW. "WAS Si 10 Mi" CO., 

Ait Actress for character part. First Class l'lnulat. One night Blunds. Management pars 
all. Salary must.be low, It Is absolutely sure. Stale nil lu tlrat letter. People \v uu 
wrote me before write again. No fnrcs adviinrnd in'ess "»iipli> nre known to me. 

HARRY L. BECK, Mgr., Watertown, So. Dak., Nov. 14. 



WANTED QUICK, For 



98. I and 2, 

PtAJi'O lo Double Small Part on Stage, Lady or Gentlemen: COMEDIAN WITH STROSO SPECIALTY 
Feature Specialty to Play Parts. WANTED, LEADING LADY and COMEDIAN with Strong Specialty. 
Others, write. A vear'a work to the right people. Salary every week; make It reasonable. 



TOEBETTand WALLACE, Managers, Ulack Rock, Ark., Nov. oil; Pocahontas, Ark.,Ul5. 



JTJA1T A. CAICEDO, 

New York Hippodrome 5 Weeks, Commencing Nor. 20. 

After that Threo Months In Cuba. 

Can Be Engaged for Later Open Time. 
Address. - - - Care J. J. ARMSTRONG, 181 ■ W. 42d St., New York. 



KALBFIELD'S MINSTRELS 

WANTS A FEW MORE 600D SINGERS ARD DANCERS. 

People doubling iu bra-s given preference. Can also place a few more GOOD MUSICIANS. Address 
quick, as per route, LOUIS KALHFIELD, Mgr. 



»fP ■ ■ l-WH'I^Y Owing to the closing wUli 



tho Woodward! Stock Co. 



Characters, Ucavlcs or Character Sonbreltcs: elegant wardrobe; experlenco and fibllltv. 

HOTEL FAVRE. 648 Seventh Ave., New York City. 



500 ING RAVED LETTER HEADS &SVS& $6.75. 

Printed on Best Paper. Strong, Flashy Inks, Good Engravings. Send for sample. We give you 
the half-tone cut of photo; cm d, plain cut for general purposes. Six years In the business. 
CUMMI.XUS, PRINTER TO THE PROFESSION, 1015 Sturm Ave., Indianapolis, lnd. 



FILMS TO RENT, All the Latest Subject*, 

At Lowest Rates. Also Machines and Operators. AMERICAS EXCHANGE, 630 Hal»ey Bt~, Bkly, h.Y. 



VRCE COMEDY PEOPLE WaNTED FOR PARTS AND SPECIALTIES. PIAN'ST 
double stage. Three nigliier. Small, sure sal*ry. Pay own. Andres* quick, Willi lull 
particulars, W. P. TAYLOR, Vt Waldo at., Worcester, Mass. 



At Liberty 



AFTER NOV. 18. Open for Dates, Farce Comedy or 
Burle^qii". One who delivers th« goodp. 
oil as. LB KOY, Dutch Monologue and Parodies, care CLIPPER. 



CAS 



NOT 
ALL 

ARNOLD 6AS OUTFIT - 
FRAWLEY 6AS OUTFIT 
3 TUBE SATURATOR • 
ACETYLENE OAS OUTFIT 



NOT 
ALL 

$9.00 
S9.Q0 
S9.00 
$7.50 



WE ALSO SUPPLY LATEST 

MODEL B OVY-LITHE OAS II U FIT. 

Also OXONE AND O.Y.Y-LITBE LIMES, Etc. 

Send f *r Sup. £l and Onr Mammoth Film List. 

HARBACH & CO., ^i, P tola, fa. 
OP£iV TIM K, 

THREE TOWiUS THEATRE, 

FOR 

Good Attractions, 

Thanksgiving Dav and Luter. 
WM. McSHAFFNY. Mgr.. Brownsville. Fa. 



FIMSHMlUtlf 



m UABUO A 

BEAUTIFUL TlOf 

(2Si4aln.) while Singing, Dauciug.Taililng. Sample 
1 Idy. Pattena and complete Instructions, ascta. 
Further particulars for namp. GEO. BREUKEK, 

Hunterdon Hotel, Flemlngton, N. J. 

Price was not given In lust week's ad. through 
an error. 



WANTED, 

FOR 

Stetson's Uncle Tom's Cabin, Eastern Co., 

Clarionet aud Cornet lor Baud and Orchestra, 
Colored People, male and female, to work Ui big 
tuusioal act. Address as per route 
GRANT LUCE, Manager. 

AT IilBERTY 

II ll-ilat Bass ami String Bass 

CAN POSITIVELY MAKE GOOD. 

A. R. ALLEN. 
908 Poplar St., Wilmington, Bel. 



WANTED QUICK, 

HEAVY MAN, CHARACTER COMEDIAN, 
6ENERAL BUSINESS MAN. 

Others write. Pierce City, Mo., this week; Monetl, 
next week. DR. J. BAKER. 

MIRKS BROS. CAN PLACE 

Good Reliable Team, Strong Specialties and 
Parts, to Join on wire; also General B1b. 
Actor, witb strong specialties, to run props 
and manage stage: nlso Pianist, Gresler, 
answer. Address JOE MARKS, Midland, 
Ont, Can., this week: Bsrrle neil week 

Slide Trombone or 
Baritone Player. 

Addrc-ss MISS BURROWS, cue CLirPER, 



$100 FOR AN ACT 

Thul'-ithc price of 11 OOOD out written to order 
—MOT— why havo it written t> order when you 
can get one that's strictly llr t class, In my i-pleu- 
did new ion page book of comedy, niADi»t>vs 
BUDGET No. 10. It contains ui great paro- 
dies, excellent monologues, 8 sketches for 
two males. 4 Bkctches for male and female, new 
Sidewalk Conversations u roaring to-iniuute bur- 
lesques, new sketch for two rem ties, liuudied- or 
new Hebrew, Irish, Dutch and bhtckfucc gags- 
cvery thing new, everything bright, tveryiliing 
original. Price, only ONW DOLi.AR PER 
COPY. Back numbers out of print except HUP- 
GKTSU. 7 and 8; win send any 2 lor $LM>,3 lor 
*2, or BDDOETS 3, 7, S and 10 for fli-GO . 
L. J. K. HEIL, 1404 Third Avenue, New York. 
(.Agent for James Madison.) 

PROPKBTY MAN 

WANTED, FOR 

* HIMMELtlN'S IDEALS. 

Oue that can pmysomu parts; prelerenos given 
man that can DOUBLE IN BAND. UNION MAN 
preferred, or Mau for Props with Specialty. Ho- 
xuPd'Mtflenaagement. Slate all quick. Alaowant 
MCSIOIANS, BAND AND OttUHE&TRA. Double 
Bass aud Tubu, U ariuet, b. and O. 

JNO. A IlinSIIvLKIX. 

Youngstown, 0., 6-11; Altoona, Pa.,13-lt. 



WANTED, 

SI STEBBINS CO., 

Man FOR COUNTRY BOY, mule and female cliav- 
ae ers, juveniles.- otier useful peoplo withsptcl- 
anles write me. Your money here every *ed- 
neduy. No hand. Dyspeptic and liver dlseuieii 
people are ant to be pecvlsn, do not writer id- 
d.ess DAN DARLE1UH, D rector, us per route: 
Atlantic City, N. J., ^ov. 8; Lancaster, Pa., ■-■■; 
Newark, iiei.lu: Wilmington, 13. 



r%« 



or wmi -Known raputatlonand wide theatrical ei- 
perlence, capable of transacting general advance 
business. Not urrald of repertoire or work. Re- 
haDio aud sober. Jolu any whore. Salary aud per- 
centage. Address "AGENT," 

wo West 44th St.; New York- 



AT 1.1IIKHTV AFlt.lt MOV 1!I, ' 

THE UK WOLFKH. 

All 'Round Sketch Team and Musical Act. 
Chuuge for week. Address TUB DE WOLIS, 
2U*.tj W. Walnut St.. Bprlngllcld.JIO; 



WANTED TO III'Y, 

riBST CLASS TBAIRED ANIBAL ACT. 
One or two doing a whole show preferred. 

Addresa 0. 3.,o»reof CLIPPLR. . 



Wanted, Musical Aet 



Good Place for 

r eopie. salary sure. 3JOOL«> 

R12MEOY CO.. Gen. Del.. PhllidelphlaiJlHi. 



And others that pluj organ.. - 
reliable people. Salary sure. 



WANTED QUICK, ON ACCOUNT SICKNESS, 

OOOD PIANO PLAYER. Wire or writ*. 
Address BILLY SENRAB, Modern Remedy 
Co,, Sh'eldon, Iowa. ' . 



1A15 SKf Krtf T> MOHOIOGIJ[5 ■ C:MANU r >CHlPJ r i « 
WnlltNTO ORtXR ™ *» PARTS I 

mwii r«ANCI5 ruCKLR gSiftfiiKfip* 



November 11. 



THE NEW YOEK CXIPPEK. 



073 



MANAGERS AND AOCNTI 



HEELEY % MEELY 



STILL IN THE RING 
VERY MUCH SO. 



OPEN IN PARIS*. FRANCE, APltIL 1, HUM, WITH OTHER CONTINENTAL AND KNOL.18II TIME BOOKED. IIEELBY Mini MERLV WILL POSITIVELY Ft I.Klll. ALL OONTHACTH TO THE LETTER. 



•arty Usin 
to Nam» 



Name* of MEALY 
hatever (and Ho'a* 



a White 



ELY Hats No Right 
Nuf Said. 



»*). 



I 



IIKKLKY anil JIKELV, riKTTKIl, IIIIIUHTKll 1II1VKVKII. 



MINSTREL TALENT 
WANTED. 

TO REPLACE KN" "OKERS AND DISTDKBERS, 

laslcians, Vocalists, Comedians, 
Song and Dance len, 

Specialties and Nnvelty Acts 
of every description soluble for a First Cla«» 
M'nslrcl K uteri ft anient. Mast be la a position to 
join Immediately. Wire lowest salary; I pay all. 

jivo. ^?v. voGBt,, 

"TUB MINSTREL KINO." 

KOCTE: Sharon, Pa., Nov. 7; Mendvjlle S, Oil 
Ulty C. Franklin lu. New Oustle 11, Youngstown, 0., 
13 , Beaver Falls, Pa., 14. 

Farce Comedy People Wanted 

Good Irish Sketch Team (man and wife), two very 
good p*rts;Good Singing aud Dancing Comedian 
und SoubreitO (Sketch Team preferred), Character 
Han fur a good part and direct stage, Pd no Player, 
ia<ly or gent; a I'lrst Class Agent that can route 
and book when necessary, must be a hastier. Can 
use good Farce Corned * People ut all times. No 
tickets to Btrangers. MUST BE READY TO JOIN 
OS WIRE. Address 

HOR., 1230 Palo Alto Street, Allegheny, Pa. 

toad's Musical Comedy Co. 

WARTS 11 SKETCH TEAS. 

Must be Good Singers and Dancers, Slnglo Acts; 
parties with Picture Machlno. K-.iX Hot PIANIST, 
read or fake. Change six nights. No fancy sat- 
urlcs. Mate It low. It's snre. No time to corre- 
spond, This Is NO Medicine Co. State all yon do 
»Dd wtiei you '.an open, sure. 
MRS. PRANK C'ABAD, Manageress No. 2 Co., 
Meadvllle, Mo. 

MAUDE HILLMAN CO, 

>A/A NTS 

Vaudeville Acts 

QUICK. MUST CHANGE TWICE. 

Alio Want Good Woman tor Second Business. 

W. A. DILLEN. Ogdenaburg, N. Y. 

i>/iniiMTi I »< 



ROME, N. Y. 

Thankagivlng, Xmu and New Year's, 
Diicumtur una January, all opi>n - Wi 
are doing capacity every performance, 
Good Repi. and one night attractions 
write ojniefc. ; fr. E. DILLON. 



WE 

RENT 



FILMS 

Htereoptlcous, Slldts and Motion Picture Ma- 
chines, Since Lighting Appatatus. Fflects, Sup- 
plies and Repairing. Filns Printed and Devel- 
oped. ACME EXCHANGE, 
150 East M tli St., New York , N. Y. 

'CAPTAIN JACK' 

For Sale or Engagement. 

This beautiful horse is second to none (Jim Key 
not exeeuto J). Wonts on stage, any light; nUd>, 
Sub., Mai., Div„ spells, counts (with blocks aud let - 
lers), tells colors, counts money, drinks from bot- 
tle, rings bell, opens boxes anu drawers, gets coin 
out of water, etc, etc. Address 

A.J. W1L10N, Cabool, Mo. 



SMALL SOUBRETTE 

Who cuu play vivacious part lu strong vaudeville 
act. Must hare specialty. A tine opportunity if 
you are ambitious. 18 weeks' so'ld booking. Stale 
owesl In Urat letter. Photos, please. VAUDEVILLE 
ARTIST; Kansas City, Mo., care 8avoy Hotel. 
P. s.-Kuih Oule und Alice May, write. 



eOlPTIU TRM ilYS'lMV 

For Sale Cheap, $15. 
A STROSG VAUDEVILLE ACT. 

Will stand Ward triage. 

A<H"»a PROF. DP CLOSE. Topoku, Kana. 



WANTED, 

Ren'frow's Big Stock Company, 

Al Trap Drummer, B. audo.; 2d Violin to Double 
Alto in Hand; must be competent, sober und reli- 
able; long season; sure money; wire lowest; no 
fan y salaries. Anderson, Iud , Nov. (i and week; 
Drbana, Ohio, 13 aud week. J. N. RbXfFROW. 



FIRST CLASS PIANO PLAYKR and TRAP DRUM- 
MER, thoroughly experienced In high class Vaude- 
ville. Must be union und prepared to Join en wire, 
Stato lowest salary in first. 8 shows a week. You 
get drunk Just once. No ticket. J. W. HEATH, 
eU >: Austin Ave., Waco, Texas. 
Care of New Majestic Theatre. 



WANTED, 

For STETSON'S UNCLE TOM CO., 

WESTERN, 

PIANO PLAYER, double brass lu baud; also 
MALE AND PfcMALE COLORED PEOPLE that 
' cati sing, dunco and cake walk. Answer as per 
route. GEO. PECK, Mgr. 



kNTED, 

Jefferson Stock Co. 

•.'Southern, 4th season, direction Bruo* Conquer), 
PIANIST, BIGHT READER and ARRANGER. An- 
other good AGENT. Otfcer people, write. ROB- 
ERT mcadoo, Mar. Opera Ho'use, Paris, Tenn 
Melba Palmer. M usical Nelsons, write. 

SNOW PBINTING! 

All kind; ut Dodgers, Heralds, Tickets and full Hue 
of small work, quick and ohenp. 

PRESS SHOW PJUNTEBY, JohosonburR.re. 



**5 IN l~ 

THE NOVELMULTI FOCALLENS. 

I Tube. 8 Svt« of Leixes, 1-4, 1-3, 1-3. 
i-3. 1-4. 10 to 3011. Picture, at Mlllr 
distance renin screen, lii» any Stercop- 
(Icon, only Six. Neml for particulars. 
Films 4 els. per foot up, 

MOTION PICTURE M Aril INKS AND 
FILMS WASTED. 

HARBflCH & CO., "JKn . 
SLIDES — SLIDES 

For all the latest comic songs. Every one a 
knockout. No langhlng gas needed when you see 
them. Look the list over and pick them out 
whllo they're hot. 

1. EVERYBODY WORKS BUT FATHER. 

2. I LIVE IN LAZYI AND 

3. DOWN AT SCHCTZRN PARK. 

4 WHAT Y"U COIN' TO DO WHEN THE RENT 
COMKS HOUND? 

6 ON THE BANKS OF THE RHINE WITH A 
STB'N. 

(! THE PREACHER AND THE BEAR. 

Any of them, 95 oo a set. Ail the latest senti- 
mental ballads, beaullf uby illustrated, $9.00 a set 
Song illustrating "ur snei-ia'ty. 

QUAKER CITY STUDIO 

N. E. Cor. 4th and Gre e n 8ts.. Plilia., fa. 
WANTCD, 

STETSON'S UNGLF TOM'S CABIN 

(EASTERN CO.), 

Orchestra Leader, Violin. Double Brest; 

Man for Phineas and Legree, 

Woman (or Eliza and Marie. 

Useful Tom People, write. Address as per route. 

JOHN I. SHANNON, Manager. 

This 1» a Hotel show. 




IT WILL PAY FOR IT- 
SELF IK ONE DAY, 

It «plns sugar Into cotton 
candy, any color or ilavnr. 
Agents In all European 
countries. 

THE COIION GANDY CO., 

fit) West sth St., New York. 



WANTED, 

SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE ACT 

For East St. Lonls, m., week Nov. is; Paduoab, 
Ky., week Nov. no; Evannvllle, Ind., Nov. -X. 
Single or double, close in one. 

MUST BE A FEATURE. 

. P. MACK, Contrails, Illinois. 

VAN DYKE & EATON CO. 



Wanted, for 

HOOSIER COMEDY CO. 

Leading Lady, Soubrette, Leading Man, 
Heavy Man, Comedian. 

Fred HuBBle, write uulck. Those who wrote be- 
fore, write again. No Tares advanced to strangers. 
Address SCOTT OUNN, Montezuma, Ind. 



AT L-l I 



:rty, 



B. B.TROUSDALE 

• JUVENILES AND HEAVIES, 
STRONG S1NQ1NU SPECIALTY. 

Height, 5tL 11; weight, 166. 

GEN. DEL., ST. JOSEPH, MO. 



filer's Ki|» Van HMIe Co., 

WESTERN, 

WANTS MAN FOR RIP. Preference if double In 
b*nd Btatc lowest salary tlrst letter. Wlntei 
and Summer engagement to right party. AddrcPs 
OH AS. BOWEN, Mgr., Stephensvllle, Texas, 9; 
Brownwood 11, Coleman u, San Angclo lu. 



TREASURER WANTED 

FOR WELL-KNOWN MUSICAL COMEDY NOW ON 
ROAD. Oilier business prevents my handling 
position myself. $25 and expenses weeky: two 
cash security required. Fully secured, all year 
■round engagement, cities only and best bouses; 30 
people carried. Call or write. WM. SEATO.v, man- 
ager, 1124 St. James BlOg., 2fith and BroMtway.N.Y.- 



WANTED, 

GOOD PIANO PLAYER 

Must TRANSPOSE aud Play Good Overtures. 
Week stands. Wire quick. 

FRANK TUCKEH, 
Plicanlng, Michigan, Nov. 6 to is. 'oc. 



SLIDE TROMBONE 

AT LIBERTY Nov.lfi. Address GEO. E. HUGHES, 
care Gentry Bro,.' Show, Nt-wnnn, Ga., Nov. 11; 
LaOrange IB, 1j, West Point 14. 



A PHENOMENAL BARITONE. 

Will Join Minstrels, ({uartutto or Comedlau In 
sketch. M. C. C. 1 :> tost 7:th St., New York. 



At Liberty, Account of Com o any Closing, 

FRED. R. IIKRN I MAN, Ecceutrlc Characters, 
Comedy, Old Men, Genteel Heavies. Baritone lu 

Brass. Address T4'j Humboldt St.. Chicago, III. 



unVrr L J. FULLER 

LEADS, HEAVIES, CHARACTERS. Address, for 
mall only, BARDONIA, Rockland Co.. N. Y. 



Who like to work In Acts, Fake Organ and get 
their salaries regular, write West terms to • 
PR, FITZGERALD, Ipaya, Illinois. 



AT UBEBTY, 

FLOYD CRETZLER, 

VARIETY PIANIST. 

Vlso experienced in burlesque aud dramatic 
tnnslc. Capable of directing. Union man. Will 
work alone or with orchestra, stationary engage- 
ment with reliable party ouly considered. Add. 
LAKE CITY, Iowa. 



AT LIBERTY, 

Ingram Kyle 

Light and Character Comedian, 

Singing and Talking Specialty. 
Farce Cbmedv or Drama Age 25, height oft. i; 
*t loo, six years' experience. Can Join Immedi- 
ately. Address 

BIJOU THEATRE, Wheeling, W.Vn. 



WAKTrO QUICK, FOR 

HILL STOCK CO. 

REPERTOIRE PEOPLE 

IN ALL LINES. 

Thoso doubling Brass or doing Specialties given 
preference. Otliers, write. Carlisle,. Ind.-, Nov, 
611; Oaktown, Ind . 13 19. 



AT LIBERTY, 
Alfred Conlbeai', 

HEAVIES, LEADS. 

AfXaegg aret Hardy, 

INGENUfcS, CHARACTERS. 

(Joint) RcB»on«dLle managers only. Gen Delivery 
B rlstol.Ttnn. WEOHOE BOMOT H, Characters 

Utention, Band and Orchestra Leaden! 

Do 70a want to Learn to Compo.a and 
Irrange Hv.Iel If so, eend iie. .tamp foi 
xial lesson. Nothing to pay until yon have 
neen taught Lesson. 1, 2 and s. If these lessoni 
lo not oonvlnce yon that this la Strictly Legit- 
imate, then They are Free. Don't write an 
leeejoubive a thorough knowledge of the nidi 
meats of music, and Mean Bnelneea. 

C. W. WILCOX (Harmonist). 
1839 Broadway, W. Y. 



WANTED, 

LEADEB, Band and Orchestra; also 

SLIDE THOBBOSE, BABI- 

TORE, CLABIOSET. 

Salary $ls per week and up. 

Gold waithe, Texas, 13: Lampaeas 16. 
8WA IW JESSE JAMES SH OW, _ 

Pass'on Play, Fdison's Uncle Tom's Cab'n, 

Nihilist, Lost Child, Fire Bug, Bank Robbery, Trli> 
to the Moon, Voyage to Mars, Mre Scenes. Coacit 
Robb ry, Coster's wedding, and many other iiuu 
111ms. Prices low. Moving Picture Machines und 
Funis Wanted. U.rbach A Co., son Filbert, Phils, Ha. 

Nov. 11, 13, 10, Dre. 10, 18, '43, 147, 30, .Ian 
i,«.o, 11, i;i, 15,18, jo. a. Hi, it, w oek v.i, 

opem use 11 mm hew theatre. 

Me yersilalu. Pa. Oscar Allen, Manager. 

WASTED; First Class ATTBACTIOH 

TO OPEN OUR NEW OPl RA HOUSE. Ouly Opera 
House in city Good show town. 

G. IV S & SOWS, W ow Boite n, III. 

VENTRILOQUISM 

Learned by anyone at horns. Small cost. Send 
2 cent stump for particulars and proof. 0. A. 
SMITH, Hex U, 2040 K uox vine Ave., Peoria, III. 

WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM A6ENTS AND 

SHOW MANAGERS. Town has been closed for 
two years. Good town. Address 

EL HENO NEW OPERA UoUSR, El Reno, Okl. 



WANTED, PARTNER 

FOR GLASS SHOW. One with knee Uknres pre- 
ferred. JOHN R. MITCHELL. 
1MB N. Bond St., Baltimore, Md. 



WiffTTTI SKETCH TKAKI WHO CAN 

TTatl i (ill— 1 )0 SINGLES: ONE WUO CAN 
SING I LLl'STUATED SONGS, stato lowest talary. 
OTTO 11. 1'ISKV, 

Bo s sail, Port Huro n. Mich. 

W4NTED AT 0\DE-A Ko. I ORGAN FAKIR 

that cau do straight In acts and also do specialty. 
Mustjolnatonce. GERMAN MED'OIXE CO.. 
Homer, Licking Co., Ohio. 



25 JU66LIN6 TRICKS, NO SKILL, 10 FEAT- 

LRU acts, Kunuy Magic Act, 26 Songs, i Mono- 
logues, 7 Parodies. Gags, 4 Stump Speerbeo. 2 
Sketches, allollc. E, P. Conrau, sum N.lth St., Phils. 

Wanted. Parly with Moving Picture Outfit to 

Join Comedian or work on salary. Good printing. 
One night stands. Red hot *how. Small expense. 
B. M. NORTON, 702 Grand Ave., Chicago, Hi. 



-mm WANTED, — 

MECHANICAL DEVICES, SLOT MACHINES, 

SUITABLE FOR OCEAN PIER. Addresa 

OCEAN PIER CO., Catndeu, N. J. 



A Ward of Advice to Professionals. Save Money 

By buying yonr street and evening gowns (slightly 

need) at M. SCHKURER'S.No. 819 W. Mulberry 8L 

Oonveutint ia all ttiMtrM. Baltlmara. If el. 



JUST OUT, 124 PA6E ILLUSTRATED MABIC 

CATAL.OOOB, 2Sc ; SUP. CATAL., 6c. None 
free. Only N. E. Agent for Uabatma, 10c. 
W. D. LEROY. 108 Court St. Boston. U«M 



Miss Nelifi Hartford His Not Split with H r 

Partner, TIBY DAVIS, but they are potting on 
Enrtesaue at Bowdoin On Moseum Bosfn, Uasu 
order ine name .of ''ARt^J.SP <<JiR jjAjggj] 



PIANO PLAYER: also MED, PURFORMER: those 
dnnhilng Plauo preferred. WIN bur second hood 
Slides. Address JACK ARNOLD. Wlshek, N. Dak, » 



In correspond Willi Young LadyPlanlfit as Partner 
to travel with Icsdei. Address 

K, I. UARTEPWL. IX Wayne, Ind. 



WARNING TO THE PUBLIC! 

Concessioners and Park Owners will take notice that 
WE ARE THE ABSOLUTE OWNERS of Patents No, 
767281 and No. 800100, covering tho illusion of a ride on 
any vehicle stationed in a darkened place with the combi. 
nation of a moving picture thrown on a screen or walls to 
reproduce the scenes and trip of the country or oity repre* 
sented by the moving piotures shown on the soreen 09 
walls. BEWARE OF IMITATORS or parties not author- 
ized by us to construct or license 

I. MBS I IK If I 

TRIPS OR RIDES. The following is a oopy of a letter 
from our Patent Attorneys in Washington with reference 
to our patents: 

LAW OFKICE8 OF EDSON HROS., 

•J2-. ¥ Strcel, N. W. WASHINGTON", D. C. , Out. 2f, IMS, 

HON. GEORGE C. HALE and HON. F. W. GfFFORD, Kansas Oat, Mo.- 

Getitlemen: We have yours of the 22d Inst., In which you state that ran lo» are proposing lo con, 
struct pleasure railways In which details of construction, such as moans for causing n rocking motion 
of the car am omitted, thereby, as they appear to think, avoiding Infrlnguiunl or the putcuta wbJOtt 
you own and control. 

it should bo understood that your patents have corialo gonerlc clilnis which nronot restricted 
to the particular devices shown In the patents. 

We advise j»u lo give duo warning that It Ik your Intention l« maintain your lull legal rlghui 
and prosecute vigorously all Infringers of vonr iiatonin or either of litem. 

Vory respectfully, signed KDSON BROS, 

Fur proper authority and lull particular* write or cull npon 

HALE & 6IFF0RD, No. 940 New York Life Bid*. Kansas City, Mo. 




"Ch jmmie of Chatham Square' 



Actors to tionble brass. Husli'lana (or II. anil O. Full |i«rllculiir» Ural letter, 

H. B. EDWABDS, 110 W. 3 9 in St., Hew York. 



x:bs 



MR. 1 MRS. HARRY MARLIN 

HEAVIES, GENERAL BUSINESS. 

Can, at AVKEI1MAN, MarliMi, Ohio. 



Blondin & Leon Rip Van Winkle Co., 

S'ROHO STREET CORNET FOR BAND AND ORCHESTRA; TRAP DRUMS. . 

Slate lowest salary. Must Jolu on wire. Crelgliton, Neb., Nov. 11; Poncu. Nob . No* 13; Elk I'otnK 
S.D„Nov.N. MLO»D»» * MB N 1 



NTED, 

For Griswold's Show, 

BARITONE, CORNET. SLIDE and CLARIONET. 

Wire FRANK E. GHIWWOLU, l,»nllllu, Oa. 



WANTED, FOR MY GRAND TOUR THROUOH THE SOUTH, 



• v«» fixed Cvary Stato, 

The Following l'eople: VERSATILE SKETCH TEAM, iii'tij and wife; one must plsy piano, man tn'ft 

Rnr. on aotx and change for two weeks. PHYSICIANS Itoglsiorttd lu Texas. Indian Terrltoiy, New 
le.ileo and Arizona: PRESS MAN who run write Mio niOHt snosatloual bend liners, MUSICIANS 
douiillug brass. Address 

DR. X. \#V. NrVITWIAIM, 

7 Utav Hi., ll-i Springs, Ark. 



RALPH MacDONALD, 

Wire MISS MAMIE FLEMING COMPANY Imnedlately. Position open, 

Want to hear from the Best Piople at all times. 

W. H. OBAOEY, Manager. This week, WOMB OPERA tiOt t»E, lUNOHAMTOK, N. Y. 



JAS. A. MORROW 

WANTS VAl UKVILLK PEOPLE that cbangb for b ulghts and work hi afterpieces. Want 
RED HOT' SKETCH TEAM that Joes singles, a good Musical Act, sislur Train S and D. Soul rette, 
Silent or Novelty Acts, party that can entertain si to l'i minutes nightly In Magic illusions. Oi bloet 
and mark Art; Picture and Illustrated Song nutfl t and Plauo Plsy. r ii.-vl v ppeferrea), This Is a atntll 
Vsudevi'LE SHOW. All must dress good on and off and himu roll particulars und lowest ash ry la 
KIRiT LEI I'KR. I pay all and pay It In money, so get down to ll'HJK liol r«M Addrurs 

JA«. A. HOHHOW, Uox 7:it, Homer, It. X, 



BUY JINOO 



„ 1 . .- ■ I U l I , II II 

• |V|f*ftf^ £.'. ['arnilivs lortl.'n,. Puroilicsonull tho latest hits, 
■^■^F^^a "lu tho Bliailo of Ihu Old Apple Tree." "Back to 
llaltlfitore," "Tainuiany." "Mamma's Boy,"'"lilt of IMarnei," "Good Bye, Sweet M«rle,'"'0fiod Bye, 
Little Girl, Good Bye," "Teasing," "Alexander," air. «;eo. M. i;«hnti's big lilt, "Yunkeii Doodle Boy." 
anil many others. The parody on "Yankee Doodle Uuy" almiu Is wurlh ten times thu price of tbo 
sheet. Also the Great Book or Stage Material. Oil V .IINUO. lltlY JINGO Is a collection of bludd 
n«w jok(:<. monologues, recitations and comic poetry, und enough lo furnish a do/ru new acle. i'et ■ 
roi iii.-th shiiuiii not tnlsi this opportunity ir starch tin for yioil nmtorlui tor the coming seasnu. 1'xk'u 
Of BUY JINGO, 20 cents ItKN MlllKLOH, 111 W. -11 -t St.. Matt York City. 



MINSTREL PEOPLE WANTED, 

expenses after lolnlag: no tickeui; also Picture Macblue Han with Oood I'llra*. tl.' and e: 

Barrel Jumper sad Musical act. 



Pteferunca glvsu MdMclaas tiaff 
Sing; «!i's everything you caa 
and will do, llrst letter; AID aud 
. Oood I'iini«. tisandes. Cesnie 

MIN^fP.EL MANAGER. Room i, V, La Sal e SC | Chicago, 11L'' 



SHIELDS RADIUM J] LADY FEATURE?! ACTS 

ra'MEASONIIi S5AKK; t'liojpjioicfl'.-ebtl/aiii-c. llorgnolisi'o/liinies.tlitht* and sllde^ 
BATUllE Hi/t*«lllr(reiiKlheii vi/in allow aud lirlug j on iTiwiej. CLuAK. .qutfUTh; 
rfiidKn slides: SerneJtliueSIlk lft<l'*Jt>i \2h:_ rirei7ane<.-iiiilllH, M.P.KolinilKlIccis; 

0.'ilck: bargains. 



fit, nrmliM ita< 

Serp. and Closk Slides, 21 for t* Pit OF, SIUELOit, 10'.' W*si tviti SI 



, S. V. 



974 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER. 



/November 11, 



XEW YORK CTTV. 
He view anil Comment. — Rood wenlber 
prevailed Inst week, and. In spile of the nnte- 
election excitement, good business ruled at 
the various thealros. On Monday night. Oct. 
3". R. II. Sothern, Julia Marlowe and com- 
pany presented "The Merchant of Venice." 
It was the llrst time Mr.. Sothern nnd Mis* 
Marlowe had appeared In the roles of Shy- 
Irt'k nnd Portia, respectively At the 

I'.HOADWAV TniMTEK, On tllC Mini: dill* 1 . oc- 
curred the llrsl American production of 
"Vcroulipio," a comic opem, In three ucts, 
Imok by A. VanliHi and <!. Imvnl. nnd music 
by Andre Messagrr. The adaptation Is by 
Henry Hamilton, with lyrics by Lillian Kldee 

and Percy Green bank At the Lhikuty. 

Tiikatii:, also on Monday night, .Marie Cu- 
lilll and company gave llie lint New York 
i.'Ily presentation of "Moonshine," u two Hct 
musical play, book, nnd lyrics by Hdwln Mil- 
ton Roylc nnd Ccorgo V. Ilohnrl, and tlio 

music by Mil lo Beta Another Monday 

uight opentug was n revival of 'The Wizard 

■if its," at Ibe Acakkjiv or Music At 

the <jAkju:n Thi-atcr Hubert it Manldl 
presented "IHcbelleu," Del. 30-Xov. J, and 

••Othello," L'-t At >IHMm— IIM IIaj.l 

Ilcn Creel's ruiupauy gave three night per- 
formances. Oil. ::u, Nov. 1, ::, aud three 
. luaiiuee performances, 1, 3, -I, of ''llcury V." 
The performance* were given In the Kllxn 
. lie than form, before good 
which lllierally iipplnudcd th 
player*' names wen? noi set down against 
Mm characters, so It Is therefore Impossible 
In speak of the work Individually, except to 
say thnt the work of Dallas Anderson, us 
King Henry; Adelaide Alexander, as Kaili- 
erlne, nnd the people playing Alice, Duke of 
F.xcler and Charles VI, of France, wns very 
commendable. Mr. Creel appeared as Pistol, 
and was given a hearty welcome. The peo- 
1 pie In (be company Are: Adelaide Anderson, 
Dallas Anderson, IVrelvai Aylmer, Augustus 
llalfonr, W. It. Ilnyllss, Alexander Calvert, 
Ifiicln Cole, J.Sayer Crnwloy, John Dannc, 
Dartea IV Veney, Dudley Dlggcs, Mllllcent 
, Kvlson. ftedmond Flood, Sydney Crccnslreot, 
. i.>-n Creel, l.nren Crlmm, U. lironglo Hare, 
- Joseph Honor, Caroline Ilin*, -Charles James, 
; Frits I. el her, I'rank McKntcc, John S. 
o'llrlen, Hubert Oslsirne, Agnes Scott, Joseph 
• Sunderland, Russell Thorndlke, Sybil Thorn- 
dike, Hilda Varesl and (ieorge Vivian Jr...,. 
Curiosity nmde tlie opening of "Mrs. War- 
ren's Profession," at the Cuinici: Theatbd, 
Monday, the principal theatrical event of the 
week. The piny, which Is In four acts, and 
^la from the pen of Jternnrd Shaw, was pre- 
sented |>y Arnold Daly and company. The 
authorities permitted one performance ot. the 
play, nnd It was then withdrawn by order of 
Police Commissioner Me.Adoo. .The house 
wns dark Tuesday night, It, and reopened 
1 Wednesday night. Nor. 1, with Arnold Daly 
nnd company, In a revival ot "Candida," for 

the rest of the week. At -the Nnw Ast- 

.stl-rdau TitEATnE, Thursday night, Nov. 2, 
was given the first American production of 

"The Whltn Cat,!! a three act spectacle 

On Saturday night, -I, occurred the open- 
ing; . of the new Cahino, with the llrst 
metropolitan presentation ot "The Karl 
and the Dirt." n two act musical comedy. 
Further mention of the Inst two named pro- 
I iluetlons together with n description of the 
new house will he found elsewhere In this 
Issue.., .. ..During the week Flro Commis- 
sioner Hayes .made public his order creating 
tiro thoatrc inspection districts — four In 
. Manhattan, nnd one which comprises the 
troughs of Brooklyn nnd Queens. An as- 
sistant foreman will ho In charge of each 
.district, nnd bis duly will be tp Inspect the 
theatres in bis district and see that the Arc 
■ law Is complied with The continued at- 
tractions for Hie week ending Nov. 4 .were: 
"The Karl and the Olrl" nt the Casino, 
"Voronlqui!" at the Hkuahwav. Mario Cahlll 
nt the hiDKBrr, 'The White Cat" ot the 
-New Amstkiiiiam, "Tbo Wltnrd of Oz" nt 
the Acaiibut, "Wondortnud" at the Ma- 
<— IH4 Itohert II. Munlell nt the Uaudes, 
ItcrtUu KallcU nt the Manhattan, William 
Faveraliam lit Wai.i.ack's. Jom'pb t!awthoru 
nt the HnuAU) Sor.vim, "The I'rlnce Chap" 
at Job Wkher'm Tiikatbi:, De Wolf Hopper 
at the 1, villi-. K. II. dolhrni and Julia Mor- 
luwe at the Kmoki:rum>'Ki:h, Heury K. Dlxcy, 
In "Tlio Man on the Ifcix," lit Ikt Mamson 
Kiji.'aiiu; James K. llackclt and Mary Man- 
itcrlng nt the Savov, Joseph Whcelock Jr., 
in "Just Out of College," at tbo ktGMH ; 
Mrs. Leslie Carter at —HWX Margaret 
Augllu nml bcr company at the I*bixi:ks.s, 
."Mnxiiic Eillotl nt the CniTRRl»S, Hobcrt 1.0- 
imIiii-, in "Man and superman," at the Hvn- 
tam: lUluii May nt Dai.v's, Mclnly.rc aud 
" lli'atb nt the Nkw York, dlversliled euler- 
lalnnieut at the Hiri'umioJiB, "It Hapjieucd 
In Nohllaad" at the l.tw Kiki.ps', David 
.11 m Mil at lhc liuoiT. the slock company at 
mo Yoiikvili.lv, the lierman stock opcru coin- 
V«»>* "t tl»e Ii:ftNO l'LAi'U, Jolin Drew ill the 
l.'UiMiu:. nnd Arnold Daly at the liAimiCK, 
ibo two Inst uauicd cUwlng ou thul dale. At 
I'liocnui'it Kn*rn JmBKM aud t>.vk lliN- 
|i||C.I> AND TttKNTV-KllfTII Stkllt Tiiuatuls 

Mock productions coutlumsl Tbo one 

weelt Mauds closing I wer.e: "Tbo l.lubt- 
fmow by the Htm" «l 1'ie Tiiiru AvKXit. 
"In New York Town" at the I'ihutukxtii 
tttmtet, ''Wedded mid farted" ul the 
Tjialia, Hilly It. Vim, in "The Emma] lloy," 
Utltbc Amkricav ; Idgby Hell. In "The Edu- 
cation, of Mr. I'lpp," nt the Hranp Oi-lua 
HoPsk; "The Sign of lhc Cross" nt the 
JlrmuY llu.i., Suni Dernanl ut the llAitl.L'ii 
<ji'i:tiA Holisr;, "Simple Sluiun Simple" ut tbo 
Wcct End, llalpb Stuart, In "Tbo C'brls- 
4^an," nt the Star, and the Kusscll llrothers 

\t llie Mr.Tiiotsn.iH Variety entertilu- 

iiisut was furnished at nioCTou'a Twrxiv- 
■II I Mi HI Mil I Tonv 1'ASTou'if, the Colonial, 

<lie VlCTOHtA. KtilTII'R I'NION SQrAliri. TRO<-- 
VOU'S l-'IKTV-timltll STI1KET. tbo AMtAlttlllA, 

llt'RTio & ' Se-vitoN'R. tlie 1'ALAcr and the 
l-'AMil.v iMUm Hiutiv's MusctM pre- 
' settled the nsunl list of vaudeville and curios. 
The Circlf. the Dewnv, Misrn'a Howerv, 
the I/JNDON, MiNrR's EtonTH Avtst'E and 
(be Gotuau furnished burlesque. 



:h in im. 1 i.n/.;i- mii'iiiv- hi ,u' p i-iu ire [lomiiinuii conn 

sited nudlcnccs ln "lake u lusting: liupresslun iipou ibo, 

, .„„ ,,„. . witness It. Krnest D'Aulmn. the balle 

lie acting. Jiie fri . t lin< | ||,. r i H .,.| iircsliiuii and Ned Wa 



Proctor'* -Fifth Avenue 'I liciitrc (J. 
Austin Cynes, pKrwraJ uinntger;. — "Kedoru" 
Is this week's revival. It was produced on 
N«v. ii, with the i-jiine claliorate scenic detail 
und excellence hi Us portrayal that have 
characterized iIiIk coii.nany's iirovlons eft*oris. 
Auielln flliigliain and' Isabel),' Kresson np- 
iK'nr lu the tltb' role, the former nctress do- 
ing splendid work on ihe 'opening day. Charles 
Klcliiiian did cnpltallv ns I, mils Ipanolf, nnd 
Itolwrt Ciiminlngs pliiyed Jean de Rlrleiix 
with inarkol clev>-rnefis. Agues Scott scored 
a hit nx Hie any, (Hrnltrl, nnd Herald Oiif- 
J ii. I.lla Vjiic and II. Dudley Hnwley also 
•lid cunsplciiolisli itooil work, iitber inein- 
Is-rs of lite enst arc: Allicrr S lion-sou, Ar- 
ibur Shan, llnr.i!d Hariseii. <;.•>■ Manning, 
Itnlpb J. l.ocke. Unrtman ib- rtrnlll. James 
A. -Ward, Irving J. Hess, flennp Wheeler, 
Clare Weidi.ii, l-'rauk Hniulln, Miil«d rrawh-y. 
Kdnn West, IMvid Thompson nml William 
Norton. Next wi-ek, "Oliver Twist." 

Jew Amsterilnm Thrnlrc- (Ivlnw A I.'"- 
linger. mnnngersj.--Kbtw Jt Krlnnger's fourtli 
mi iixi.il Drury Ijine spectacle, "The While 
Cut," which Is In three nets aud thirteen 
scenes, wns ajven for the llrst time in this 
country Thursday evening, Nov. 2. It Is by 
J. Hickory Wood Mini Arthur Collins, nnd was 
adopted for ihe American stage by Harry II. 
Smith, with lyrk-s mid music by Sinllh aud 
Kiigbiniler. and Jcrouie mid Schwartz. AS a 
Kjie<:tacle It towers iil»>ve auylblug sbown on 
our stage by Klnw «V Krlunger, and Its liallets 
are eliilniralely beautiful ImvoiicI Ihe |>ower of 
words lo udcipiarely desi-rllie. There appears lo 
In- almost every conceivable shudc of color In 
the ••osriimcs, which arc rich in material and 
represent a g<ssi siziil fortune In their cost. 
In scenic einlsdllsbnicul there is also shown 
an niter dlsnirnrd of vxiieiise. mid the mas- 
slvencss of i be entire production cannot fall 

use Who 
ballet mns- 
ayburu, 
who dlreetisl the srnge, desvrvi- great- credit 
for the skill tliey cllsplnyisl in Imudllng the 
luiiidrcd or unire chorus girls In the numerous 
evolutions and ibinccs. 'i'be music and lyrics 
nj-e Hitmciivc In several liislnuces, hut the 
hs>k is sMilly lucking In huinor. mid the 
many puns Iniroiliicisl have u lemleu effect. 
Wllllnin Macart, as a fulrj- of doubtful age, 
did exi-elleni work. :iud \Vni. T. H<Hlge nc- 
qiltttcd himself well as Hie King of Miliaria, 
Aland [jiuils-it snug delightfully, and wns toe 
only one of the company who possessed n 
voice of quality. .Kdgar Alchlson-Kly did 
prnlseworlby work, particularly In a nnm- 
fier entitled "Imwn Hn 1 I.lne Wilh ArnhellH."' 
unjl Hugh J. Word, ns a monkey whose evo- 
lution In'io n man of the dude variety was 
entertainingly shown, scored n decided suc- 
cess. Harriet Worihlngion and Kdlth St. 
Clnlr were also clever. The story of the piece 
tolls of ihe troubles which hefall the threo 
wins of Malnrla's king In their search for the 
mnglc golden net of f.ilry-loce. As u reward 
ihe success, ul son is promised his father's 
crown. Alimit the mosL conspicuous fentura 
of tne evenlop was the Introduction of ihe 
I'rcole-Arlazn I'nsillian dancers nml Iroiiha- 
dours. Imported from Madrid. This troupo 
siinir and danced with nil the lire rind anima- 
Hon thai one could well expect from the - true 
product of Spain, nnd they were enthusliistl- 
cally aiiplaiided. The cast: Methtisellnn, WU- 
Hnm Jlacart ; Jonah the Thirteenth, \Vm. T. 
Hodge; Simeon, (lie Missing Link. Hugh J. 
Ward; I'rince I'nrogon, Rdgnr Alchlson-Kly : 
I'rlnce Plump, Herliert Corthell j Prluce 
Peerless, ■ Maud. iJimhert ; Hecate, Harriet 
Worihlngion : Mlgnnei, Seymour Drown : 
Princess Chiffon. Edith St. Clnlr; The Kniry 
Uiieen. Harriet leC'ropjier: Cupid, Mnldn Sny- 
nerT PupulR, Monie Elmo ; Arlsto, Helen 
I'.'nthrnp: The Mother. Inei; Shannon : Court 
Hertld; Robert Harold; First Nurse, Sarah 
Holllster; Rnocko, Potrleo Dawe ; Jocko, 
iTnrr'y Seymour. 

Fonrtcenth Rlrert Theatre (J. Wesley 
Koscriquest, manager). — The Four Mortons 
appeared for the llrst time at a down town 
house. Nor, 0. In "Hrenklng Into Society," 
the story of which appcnied In these columns 
n sliort time since. The llrst i^rformance 
occurred af the National Thcntre, Rochester, 
.N. V., Sept. -I. There Is lots of fun, ana 
Jlngly. catchy music, well rendered. Clnra 
.Morton Is the bright particular star of tlio 
combination, and scored numerous encores 
on her songs. Sam Morton was very tunny 
ns Mike, .the disturbing clement, nnd mm 
nlily seconded by both Kate nnd Paul Morton, 
who nobly helped the eniisn of fun. .Ford 
Sterling, in a Herman dialect parr, gave n 
\ery : clever performance; -The ensembles 
were good. -The cast: Major 'Mike O'Dono- 
vnn, Sam Morion : Jack Montague, Paul Mor- 
ton : Alleen, Claral- Morton ; Margaret, Kato 
.Morton : August Montague, John C. Fcnton ; 
Oourcld Haiurucrschtnldr, Ford Sterling ; 
Reginald Cnrlyle, Kchlln P. Onyer; Sergeunt 
Clark. Mnndu, Harry Heara ; Mafia Dynamlto, 
,lno. 11. Smiley: Jenkins. Arthur I.ce ; Siinp- 
SOu, I"iiul Train : Trlxle Olbson. Maude Pisilc ; 
Miss He mates*, Mildred Clutn>: Miss Van 
Mott, Adelaide Koriiny ; Maggie Casey, Enitutl 
I.nmolne; TVssle Hums, Rltii Cray: Miss Ilnr- 
rle, Vlnlette Hart. Next week, linruey till- 
more, ln "The Rocky Road lo Ihibllu. 

fiurdeii Tliont re | Henry W. Savage, 
innnngert — Robert II. Munlell gave New 
York Its llrst opporluully t" see him In "Ilnni- 
lot." evening of Nov. it, mid a large iiiidlcncu 
gave hlni close arteutlon and considerable ap- 
plause for Uleiltorliis work. Hiscouccptiuii 
of the role was ,-iu Inlelllgeul one, uiui there 
was dluuity and grace III Ills manner ami 
frequent chnnu In- lira delivery of his lines. 
Mi. Munich's work was inosi luleicsi lug, and 
!u several iiccues he arous,-il the audience to 
eiil'iusl'iHin. Mario lloolh Russell gave a fair 
iwrfonmniv of opbcMu, mid Kuilty Dodd 
■ lid isi'iKplcur.iisty amid work us the (laceii. 
'llie Piiloiihis of lilies Slilne was a ihorougU- 
l.\ coniiiiciiilnble one, Isdug luarkesl by insight 
:iml facility of expression, iluy I.ludsloy, 
ns '.lie King, did p>"ii work. The cast : Ham- 
let, I.VIsTt It .Mam. II : Claudius, (iuy Muds- 
ley- Poloiilns, (,iics Shine; Laertes, Harry 
I.el«htoii ; llomtio. Cordon Itnrliv ; llhost 
nnd First Acior, Walter I'nmpliell : Rosen- 
unfit. An l.i. i' II. Ehls-is; liiilldenstcrn, 
Frnuklln HcihIiscii ; Mincelltis, Harry Kerns: 
1 tenia nlo, Edwin Fimis : Francisco, llcorgj 
Anderson : Osrlc, Una** Piimrar: Si-coiul 
Ae'.,,r, litsirge 1,'ould : First Crave Digger, 
<i|!cs Shine; See,. ml Crave Digger, Hamilton 
l; . -Moit ; Priest . Iiiiureticc Stearns: Ophelia. 
Marie liooth Kusscll: Ccrlriide, Emily Dodd; 
Plavcr «Jnn>n,- Margurct ISn-y. 

Xs«Mr York lli|>i>oilrome (Thompson & 
Dundy, iininagvii i. -".V Yaukce Circus eu 
Mnrs" nnd "Tbo Romance of n Hindoo Prin- 
cess' com lulled Nov. it. The vaudeville und 
circus performers Include; The Kitiifuiaiius, 
I'lrl blcycllcis ; Duu o'llrlen and Joe Artrcssl, 
the Cotirclls. Mil recline, Therese Itcnz, the 
Mllnus, the Cnrrollos. ihe Cnstrlllous, Miss 
Muigiils nml liiilrc lleliol and lems. 

» lelorlu 'I'Ueiilre iik.mi' llammctsi clil. 
niaiiugcri. — This lsipulur bous.' wns packisl 
ul both lhc Mi. inlay, Nov, it, iieft'orniftiiccs, 
when the followliig progrnmiiic was presenl- 
rd: Williams mid Walker (second wueki, 
iin-sciu lug "'Phe Didivllve Story." from "In 
I laboiiiey ;" Anna Liiuglilln. lu songs aud 
iliiuccs: Hie Three Csiuarus, female athletes; 
Ward mid Curruu. lu "The Terrible Judge:" 
Hie rcschkotr Troupe, llusslau daucers; tllekey 
mid Nelson. In "Twlstisl uud Taugleil ;" Scarl 
mid X'lolel Allen, preseullug n miniature mu- 
sical skit : Will 11. Rogers, larlst expert ; 
Willie i;-it line;-, skatorlsl feats, pod the vlla- 
granh. . _ .. 

.Murrny TIII1 Tlirntr* (Wm. T. Kcogh, 
malinger). — "The Ninety nml Nlue" was pre- 
sented Nor. B. t>nfor^• n capacity audience, 
which was very enthusiastic Frederick Mon- 
tague and Hnyoone Whipple deserve credit. 
Next week. "How Raster Hutted In."-- : •' 

Acodemy of Maslo (Gilmore 4 Tomp- 
klnr. managers). — "The VMxard of Ox" en- 
tered its fcrond week Nov. u. 

i.yrio TUentrr (Sam S. &. Leo Shubett, 
managers). — De Wolf Hopper, In "Happy- 
land," openrd bis sixth week Nor. 6. 



l'roclor's I lri> -. l K lilli Sirrs-T The- 
nlre (J. Austin Fyni:s, % jreneral manager). — 
A stmug bill wns offered here Monday, Nov. 
0, headed by Lillian I!q--cll, who sang sev- 
eral snugs to great applause. Miss Russell's 
engagement Is for two weeks nt this house. 
Others are : Clayton White, Marlu Stuart 
nud Ilelle ' D'Arcy, In a one act eouietly, 
"Paris;" Ous Williams, James J. Corliett, 
Devesn, Kluitnel, Redwood mid Vnuduzer, 
Kllte Musical Four, Mathews nnd Harris, In 
a comcily sketch, "Adnm the Second ;" Hnri>- 
i r, Desmond and Rnlley, colorcsl singers ttsd 
dancers : Rice i,nd Prevost, lu "Riiniply 
Imtnps;" D'Alnia's animal circus, the motion 
pictures, and pastel* of travel. Sunday's 
comeris, ."•. drew full bouses. 

Casino (Snm H. fc Lee Slinlierl, mana- 
ger.- 1 -This acknowledged home of musical 
■■nil ri'iiiiiii.-in » i.-opeueij lis doors evening 
of Saturday, Xov. I, after a period of eight 
months darkness, reconstructed, refurnished 
and redecornicd. with the llrst New York 
City production of "The Karl nnd the Clrl," 
In two ucts. hilled is "the merry Kncllsh 
musical whirl." Tlie music Is by Ivan 
Caryll, lKHik by Seymour Hicks, and lyrics 
by Percy flrecubaiik. The first American 
production occurred at the ftnrrlck Theatre, 
Chicago. Mhrch I" last, ami the llrsl per- 
forinnhce on any singe took plnce at the 
Adelidil Theatre, London, Kng., Dec. 10. HMKI. 
Of the building erected In Ikxij and Injured 
!»>■ lire Inst Feljrunry. Htere remains little 
but I lie walls, und iho» have Is-cn thorough- 
ly cleantil. and Hie present llicmre represents 
Ihe exiMiiidlture of many tliousanils of tlol- 
larc. Francis Kimball, designer of the orig- 
inal building, Is rcsisiiisltdc fur the new one. 
The Inside work lias la-en torn out, the 
stage has ls-en lowered to the ground lloor. 
mid the orches|r:i amis arc on a levrl with 
Ihe street. A broad lobby connects the au- 
ditorium with llroadwiiy, ami this Is the en- 
trance, wblle the ibslrs on Thirl r-niuih 
Street have Isvn left lu servi.v, giving plenty 
of crmrs, uiui lu ihe oid b.bby there Is now 
a wrlilng r<Mim fin- ladies, uiui the cafe at tlio 
corner of Itrondwiiy and Thlrry-iiluih Srri'et 
has been alHillsbcd lu favor of. n siuok- 
lug room. The baliooy is where the 
orchestra (lisir us-., to he, and the old 
balcony forms the gnilery. The constmc- 
-tlon throughout Is of ■ steel, making the 
house llreproof. The seating capacity has 
lss>n Increased from l.iMH) to 2,000. nnd* there 
are now thirty boxes, while back of ibera 
arc broad promenades. The decoration is 
Moorish, nnd Ihe management alludes to the 
house ns ihe "Cold Theatre." The color 
scheme Is cold, green and scarlet, and the 
draperies njid upholsteries are red. giving a 
effect. There Is an oc- 
he ceii in);, which is of rare 
M-rclici panel. . showing the 
vls'i of lCinpernr ll.noiiii Alrnsehld to A!-oul- 
ensem ildorns the space over the proscenium 
arch. Mural decorations and elaborate Mor- 
rocenn slueco work complete the decora- 
tions. There ar> said lo Im> .'l.'.'OO e-lertrlu 
lights in Hn auditorium, and lis hrllllnncy 
jiislllles the claim. The stage appliance's 
used are of ihe intesi pattern, while (bo 
newesr devices fur healing nnd lighting 
have iwcn installed. Including a steel 
etirtain nnd a water curinln, which sepnralo 
the stage from the auditorium. All the exits nro 
controlled by n lever In ihn box onlec, ns well 
ns by ihe ordinary knobs. It may lie said . appeals strongly to (he "grown" itps"' as well 



ornperies nun upnoi 
warm.' coaWprt ulile 
■ agonal iloaB- in Ihe 
iM-iiuly. nnd ii l,a*r 



•- I'nieiiir's l'»i eii( >. I liird Street The- 
atre (J: Austin Fyocs, general manager). — 
Kill this week includes: James T. Powers 
und company. In his excellent vaudeville -of- 
fering. "Dreaming ;" John Hyarus ami Leila 
Melntvrc. lu their clever net ; Ada Overton 
Walker and Inr ten Abyssinian Clrls, Fred 
Karao's London Pantomime i'i.., lu "A Night 
In mi Eagllsh Music Hall ;" Charles- R. 
Sweet. Coleman's dogs and cats. I,e Rnsque 
iiiiartc'ie. Young nnd Do Vole, the Tanakns, 
nud motion pictures. 

empire Thcntre' (Charles Frobmnn, man- 
ager). — At Ibis ln.iise on, Moiukiy night, Nov. 
ii, .Maude Adams and her company appeared 
111 Ihe first metropolitan pres'rnfanou of 
"I'etcr Pan : or, ihe Coy Who Wouldn't Crow 
f'p:" n plav. In live acts, by J. M. Ilnrrlc 
11 was first iirocluc'il in America (.lei. 7, 
el the National Theatre. WushicKtou. D. C, 
uud w.is originally a. ted Dec J.', 1 "JO l. ut 
I In- Ihikc of York's Theatre, Loudon, Kng., 
m which time >t was ln three ncis. The play 
is miIi ten .irmiud u fairy ink* which tells 
of Peter Pan, whose one desire Is never to 
grow up. He has organized n little band 
of followers, who nlso have ibe desire to 
remain Isiys. On the day of his birth, hnv- 
lug ovrhcinl his parents talking about his 
being president some day, be runs away In 
search of ibe "Never, Never, Xrver Land." 
where boys arc Is.ys forever nml a day. He 
Puds ihe mnglc land, places himself under the 
;*.uld:nice of Tinker Roll, a fairy, nud gathers 
his Rule baud about him. It is thus he Is alien 
rhe story of the play begins, lu the twilight 
lu- frcqucuHv sits outside the window hearing 
Mrs. Darling telling stories to her children, 
Wendy. J:dm and Michael. Ou one of these 
visits he loses his shallow and returns for 
il. He finds bis shadow, awakens Wendy, 
Joim nml Michael, teaches llieiu to fly, and 
with then, tiles amy. ■ Wendy bucom<*s 
"little mother" lo ilia linnd. and l'eter Is 
Hie "little father." A hum! of pirates, 
beaded bv James Hook, preys upon the 
baud while u uunilM>r of Indians net ns 
teeters. The pirates defeat the Indians 
Pcler Pan's followers are captured and taken 
to a 'plr.-ii e ship. Peter follows, rescues his 
comrades, and they all, except Peter, agree 
to go nnd Is* eblldren lo Mr. aud Mrs. Darl- 
ing. The hitler am overjoyed nt the n*- 
turn of their children. Peter Pan builds u 
bouse In ihe tree lops, and with ihe undor- 
siniidlmr that Wendy shall visit him once a 
year, at Spring-cleaning time, the play ends. 
The work Is handsomely stajted, the scone 
depleting the underground house in "Never, 
Never, Never l-ind" being n marvel of the 
iwenlc nrtlf IV mid stage carpenter's art. The 
liniil scene In thc'liVe tops is one of Iho 
most strikingly beautiful scenes ever pre- 
sent cd in New York. The role, of Pcier Pan 
does uoi lax- ihe tildlliles of Miss Adam-, to 
any grout extenr. but her charming -iMrson 
.illly makes I 
she' has mid' 

ready long list. Next lo the star Mildred 
Morris, Walter Robinson nnd Martha Me- 
(irtiw, as Wendy. John nnd Michael respec- 
tively, nnd Charles |l. Weston, ns Nana, ihn 
dog. had mast of (be work lo do. nnd ihcv 
all did Ii ciiplinlly. The oiher members of ihn 
east 'lent gisid aid. "Peter I'nn" will appeal 
strongly in ihe young folks, ami Is undoubt- 
edly ici« of ibe liest plays for Juveniles our 
stace has seen for nuiay a dav, hut It also 



ngcrs).— The Orst city apisiarauce this iS. 
son of Rob Mnnchcsicr's'l'racker Jacks Co 
Uiriiti with a tnatluee Monday, Nov. ii, to an 



!fi!WL*%Hir*» Clulliwui ft liraus, mh . 

this 3 e n . 
Jacks Co. 
audience that " pnriid "this" fi/ililar ^nMtS 
to (he doors. fivervthluB nls.u the soow is 
bright nud new. 'l^be scenery nod cohmmL 
lire ha.ids.ome, and the chon.s^s well drUkd 8 
The show starts with a witty comY-dy, „ p i 
"Tbo Ituzsle-Dnzzlo Clrls," 'headed lv 'k 
Tu totem, as Roger Rut is, who made quit" a 
hit ns a pollllcn Imss. An' excel icnVkn 
follows and Includes; The Oemen ™iw' j 
musical comedians; i,U|| a „ Held, hi son^-' 




111 good shnrie with a linrlelia. called "Vine;"; 
lu Mahle Hull." Tlie .simnaarTEL ar'iSg 
Aiiiui Cl..ckcr. Llllb* Held, Alio- sIiciiCm' 
Llllie Veddcr, Delia Fayette, Kv« \>n Osten' 
ilelle l^wis, May Dosuioinl. Alice BlakToS 
rlne linker Agues Pickering, Hay Wood, Rdn-i 
Wayne, Mamie Ilennlngs, I..*ona \v« vr „ 
Charlie filockcr. Sl.e.mrd Clamp, Zm vS& 
John Heunlugs Jr.. Roll Van (mien. Klfii' 
rive stair for Mr. Manchester: Harrv l™' 
ininiager ; TllUny Dngnn. agent; Lowell 3d ' 
musical tllrector : ISllly kosterman, stace cVr 
1-cmer: Joe WlUbias, electrician. Nest week 
insluo (SIrls t.'o. »«», 

London Th««ntrc^-The Merrv Maidens 
arc preseullug nn interesting bill 'this Wft , t 
The company Includes: 1'iitti f'aiu.v. C.sir™ 
Johnson, Allsri Fcrrel. Ilurrlei Dallei- 
I'harlcs \nn. Fitsl Ferrell, Fsuuy Van nii 
Holler Itl liy speucer, .sa„, Riee/i.X'joC 
sou. Margaret Avnb.n (,'crtle Wilson, Juu, 
Murlaud. Margaret Sheridan, I.u|„ [. ea ||,. 




tttto Original Boot Pluck •Quartette. Chas.'a'n™ 

pr.i- l)"' ns \""' an ,, 1 Ul f. J? mn Brothers pro 

i nud T,, '° ■» V l , ev r 1 ' " ll0 ' M,,ll , v Lewis, ihe boier 



Is u added attraeiiou. Jas. J. l^wn-. man- 
wr; "III A. I'yne, representative; S\ Inch- 
man. musical dlnvtor: Jack. Kilts, cnrpenier 
Next week, the Imperials. ' '"' 

o fff^S. """•"T Thcntre.— Tlie High 
School Clrls presented the fallowing pr... 
gramme: "HIbU School ulrls at T.irrv 
town." Clllninu and Cllliaan, ilrntbers ksle- 
nowskl. Itiissbin acrobats and hand bil- 
nncers; /inell nnd Bontelle, Hrerorv Broth, 
ers. Terry t and Klmcr. l,a Hello Ainlaan, 
Hughes and llazelton. and "Fun In n llarber 

■"Bft* :.*?* wock ' 2£P ■*"■ Cimtiiry riirls. 

Third Arenas Thenlre.- \. fC Wowi 

and a capable company are presenting "Lost 

the" World " , "'" SfXt WWk ' " r " lck " (1 • Xrol,n 'l 

^'', lne ^ m yj 1 ^* 1 ":, ,ll «f» l f. man- 

Il most plenshiR. and doubt loss HS?w IF ■ l .^ np n n P*ned "'r eighth 
ed another success to her nl- n Ti k ^" v ' ";«L n ^' ,rn ' .. 

Hudson Thcntre i Henry R. Harris, man- 



of Ihe new Casino that It Is one of 'die hand 
soniesi. nnd ill Is claimed) one of the safest 
theatres in the world. Of the attraction 
offered, (he story, slight as the usual musical 
comedy plot, tells of the engagement of Dick 
Wargrnve and P.lphln Have, which Is ob- 
Jecled lo by her uncle ami aunt, A. Hunker 
nnd Virginia Rliss. Jim Cheese, s dog 
trainer with a traveling show. Is prevailed 
upon to Impersonate Dick, and In that chsr- 
aoter, nnd ns ihe Karl of Stole, he Is pro-, 
sentcd ro Miss Bliss, hue Blinker Bliss will 
have noue of him. Numerous complications 
ensue, which are eventually cleared by 
the acceptance by Klphln's guardians of the 
real Dick, as her Jlmtrr. Mr. Carvll has 
written n very catchy score, "Mediterranean 
Rlne'* and "WhPn the Right Llifle (ilrl Comes 
Along" being Immediately- caught up and 
whistled la ihe lohhy between nets. -The li- 
bretto is fairly constructed, hut tho lyrics 
nrc below jinr. Amelia Summervllle, as Mrs. 
Shimmering Black, wns given nn ovation, 
and presented the most legitimate high class 
comedy characterization seen In a long time. 
Violet Holls wns a picture as' Virginia, and 
acted with becoming dignity nnd grace, scor- 
ing a decided success. Georgia Caluc was 
sprightly aud pleasing as Klpbln, and won 
many encores ou her well rendered songs. 
Nellie 
danel 
succesi 

woM pcrtraycd'by Zelnin Knwistun. Victor 
Motley was an earnest Dick, aud sang plens- 
unlly. Templar Baxe won success with 
"The Right Little Olrl," nnd ihe little 
child, who sat In his lap,, nnd lu her sweet 
little volet* sang the refrain, was u rrent 
favorite. J. Bernard Dyllyn was a streau- 
-ous Hunker, mingling the typical P.usislde 
character wllh n touch of the mail of the 
plnlns. I'dd'.e Foy, featured ns Ihe men- 
dicant dog trainer. Cheese, received nu ovu- 
iloii. nml In his own pwullar way caused 
laughter ■ tht-uughoul the evening. At the 
ebise of the llrsl act he spoke a few words, 
causing more laughter, aud lu ereiy war 
justl.'led tin* <io|m*s of his admirers The 
other members were equally cuuipcleut. 
Sevci-nl vaudeville specialties were Inlro- 
duccd which caused much applause, und the 
Swing Song mid the Domino Dunce were, 
perhaps, (he greatest tills of the evening, 
rhe qunrtctlc in ibe Inner i.-ing 



iiobllug ,be Interest from beginning to end! 
Till.'., c-imhined wldi (h*- wlnsomcness of Miss 
Adams, should keep ihe nlirnctlon at this 
house for some i line to come. The east In 
full: I'eier Pan. Miiude Adams; Mr. Darling. 
Krnest Law-lord: Mrs. Darling, firnea Hen- 
der-sin : Wendv -Molrn Angela Darling. Mil- 
dred Morris: John Napoleon Darling, Walter 
lloldnson ; Michael Nb-olas Darling, Mnrthn 
■Mcilrr.w: Nana. Charles II. Weston ; Tinker 
HeP, Jane Wren : Tootles, Violet Rand ; 
Nibs. Lulu Feck ; Slightly. Frances Sedg- 
wick : Curly, Alabel Klpp: First Twin, 
Kntherlne Kappell ; Second Twin, F.lla Gll- 
roy: James Hook, Krnest Lawford; Sraeo, 
Thomas AlcCrnth ; Stnrkey, Wallace Jackson : 
Cookseti, William Henderson: Cecco, Paul 
Thr.rp; Mulllns. Thomas Valentine; Jukes, 
Harry flwyuetie ; Noodler, Frederick Rav- 
mond: Croat Dig Llltle Panther, Lloyd 
Cnrleion : Tiger Lily, Mnrgaret Cordon; Llzn, 
Anna \\ heiton 

Colonial Thcntre (PereyG. Williams, 
mnnnger). — Arthur Dunn made his vaude- 
ville reapnenrnnco here on Monday, Nov; 
In. "Th« Messenger Boy." 



ager).— Robert Loralne hegaa his tenth week 
In "Man and Supermini" Nov. u. 

Criterion Tlienire (Charles Frohman. 
manager i.— Maxlne Klllou. In "Iler Great 
Ma (cb." slnrttsl her lenlh week Nor. n. 
. SfY. F,<v,d ' ,, Thrnlre. (Hamlin. Mitchell 
ft Fields, managers i.—" 1 1 Hapi>eued In Nord- 
lnnu begin! lis eb vein Ii week and last fort- 
night Nov. B. • 

New Vnrk Tliontre (Klnw & Krlnnger 
ilinn.iger.si.— Mclntyre and llenili. In "The 
Hnm Tree." commenced their eleventh and 
UL*! week Nov. il. 

Snvor Thentre (Frank McKec, mana- 
ger!. — James K.. Hacked and Mary Manner- 
Ing opened (heir seveudi vivek Nor. C. 

Alnjeslic Tlionlre (John S. Flaherty, 
innnnKerl.— "Wonderland" hegaa its third 
week Nov. 0. 

Mnnhntlnn Thcntre (Hnrrlson Cray 
Flske. mnnngcrl.— Bertha Kallch, In "Monnn 
Vinns," cronmenccd her third veek Nov. IL 

Ilrnnilivny Theatre (A. W. Dingwall, 
mnaaecr>. — '.'Veronlquc'' began Its second 
week Nov. II. 

Madison Sqnnrc Thcntre* (Waller N. 
I Jiwren.ee, mannger).— Ilenrv K. Dlsey, In 
"'Ibe Mnn on the Dos," entered bis sixth 
week Nov. (!. . ■ 

Pnstnr's Theatre (Touv Pastor, mana- 
ger*.— -The hill for week of II Includes: Cbrls 
Bruno nnd Mahol Russell, In "Tricks of the 
Trade :" Zlsku-KIng and companv, In corned?, 
magic nnd Illusions : Dolpb and Susio I.evlnu, 
Lew Hawkins, in minstrelsy: Irene Franklin., 
slneer and comedienne : Dc Elninr Brothers, 



osslsted by' Marie C.la'sier. The escHmn^hlM com «!J IlnB .. "/'rpbats. Jumpers ; Cardownie~sii>. 
and lils ihrSo f«. ****> Seottlsh Internatronal'dnncern: Kricsel'i 
nun uis inreo re- ,i„~- «.,i,. ra .,«.i «.,.. u_i.„„j„ „»j 



also listeil : Abdul Knder 



male asslstsnrs, iu rapid painting in olT.col- 
"*? •S'^ >C ^F' W. Monroe. In "My Aunt Rrld- 



> McCoy was very graceful in her get;" Lewi* McCord and i-ompanv. preseht- 
ng, iinrl worked hard for the general lug "Her Lust Rehearsal ;" Hn'rrc Tate's 
as. I-.llzn, the variety performer, wns company. In London's latest satire,' entitled 



- satire, eiiiltleil 
.Motoring: ' /eno, Jordan nnd /eno. aerial 
casting act: Stewart Barnes, In his mono- 
logue; Bnl.vy mid Austin, as "The Two 
American Beniiiles:" the /.Ingnrl Trio, In 
operatic selections, nnd the rltagrapb. • '•■ 

3T^ ! J! ! * , J l*! !£,tg' IMl * *• WlllTnms. man- 
agerl. — Phil Sheridan's Cltv sports Rig 
Show Is lhc visiting nllractlnu here. <thls 
week. There was it Int-ge iimllence to wel- 
come the excellent <roiupany on Moiidav, Nov 
«. The performances commence with u 
laughable comedy. In two nets, cut II led "All 
lu n Night : or a Terrible Mix-Up." Between 
the nets there was an entertaining olio of 
vaudeville acts consisting of: The Hllton- 
lioeller Troii|H*. bicyclists ; rusliio Conicdr 
Four, Sclmefer, Stlllwell und Schuefer, anil 
Morgan and Kline. Dnrlug net two. the In- 
lermilloiial fcinnle wrestlers nlso uinietiivil. 
The hill rccelvisl the npiirobadou of ihe audi- 
ence, wlm resiHimleil Willi fr<s|iient npplause. 
Kxeeiillve stair for the City Sports Co. : Pro- 



, ex- 

ocptiotiiill.*, graceful mid vlviu-lou.-.. The iirietor mid mnnnger, PhlP Sheridan -Tureclor 

two sets ure hiiiidnuiic. uud mime of die cos- Wui. Slnulev; cnrpenier, Harry Coitland : 

lumcs gorgeous. The new Casino has scored rcprrseuliitlvc. Morris Waiustock Next week' 



he 

siiisvss lii Us llrst olTerlng. The produc- 
Hon Is coin t-i. lied by Sam S. & Lis* Slmlicit 
I Inc. i, and Is under the direction of Kmuk 
I» Pcrley. The enst : Jim Cheese, Kddlc. 
Foy. Dick Wargrnve, Vlcior Morley; Hon. 
Crewe RoihIIc, Teuiidar Snxc : A. Hunker 
Ullss, J. Ib'iniinl Dyllyn; Mr. Imwiiliuni, W. 
II. Arnislrong; llaxell. W. II. Denny; 
Dudley I'raiit.oiiriie, Jobu Pcuchi-v: Hcllnni, 
Dudley K. Outiliuli ; Cisirge. AlliurCaiupbell; 
Kliiblii Huye, Cr-Tglu Ciilne: Kllni Shoilhuia, 
Zelnin tluwlstoii: Ml>. Sbhiiuiei-ini; Illnck, 
Amelia Summervllle : Dnlsv I'allowtli'lil, Nel- 
lie Mi-Coy: Vlrgliiin Bliss. Violet Hulls; Kx- 
-eeullve stuff of tin* theatre: Manager, Sol. 
Manhclnier; dins lor, l-'rauk lleuticssv ; treas- 
urer. Arthur Nelson; assistant tri'nsnrer, 
Adrian (istrandcr; niiislrul director, Carl II. 
Fugle: elect rlclnn, Jilnies Mct/jvein ; chief 
iiMicr. Hurry (liddbcrg ; doorkeeiKT, Al. Wark- 
cuheluier. 

Vorkvllle Theatre (Meyer 11. llimbcrg. 
manager I. — A lug audience gave n rousing 
wcb-oiii* to Anuii Sutherland here on Nov. 
ll, wbeii she rensbiiined Hie pu.-ltioii of lead- 
ing w-.innu of tin* Vorkvllle Stock Co. As 
Miislovn, lu "Rcsiirrecttoii," A||«s Slither- 
land wns entirely cinqs. lent, mid se.insl n 
slroug suecess. Next week, "The Cluirllv 
Bail. 

American Theatre (J. M. Ward, uinun- 
geri. — Kltie I'uy aud her cotiipaur, In "The 
Belle of Avciuio A.'' Is the attraction here 
this week. The company iiiclmlcs: Ilnl 
Clements, Joseph Slnytor, Fruuk llolllus, 
Billy Keut. Nat llclds. llarrv 1'lelds, Fran- 
cis MeCiilre. Rolierr Wade, Kiiccuc Ryan, 
Marie Duiitotit. Maude Karl. Ada Boschell, 
Mildred Adams, Kltle Fay. Next week, 
"Simple Simon Simple." 

Aliunde finr.lcu (Wm. Kramer's Sons, 
mandgqrs).— The Tfiree Hess Brothers, Barr 
qud Lvnus, Wilson nud Mae. John K. Haw- 
ley, Black nnd Jones. J. MrSbone, In Illus- 
trated sougs: the Two Alvons end the At- 
luntlcscope are the nttraetlons for thls-week. 

Belnseo Thcntre (David BelsicO, man- 
agerl. — Mrs. Leslie Carter opened her second 
nnd last week. In "Znjia," Nov. II. Next 
week, Blanche Bates, Id "The Girl of the 
Golden West." 



the High Rollers d 

HeiHlelssohn Hull. — The Ben Greet 
Players upiicared Nov. it. In ••Much Ado About 
.Nothing.", winning much coinuicudatlou for 
good work. The Ik-nlrlce was csisvlnllv 
good, but nil deserve priilso nnd the nppliiiiki* 
beslowisl. The ploy wns given luliict with 
the Incidental music. "Mnchcth" next week 

.■. , 1 h . n V u ?', tot ' n,1 S— """"eers or Working 
Clrls" Is this- week's ntliuctloii. The com- 
pany includes: Lawrence Cuderwood, I/Otils 
von WietliotV. John FciKon, Murrv. Living- 
ston. Wayne Cumplicll. James llusev. James 
l-\ Cnjey W. C. U: Tori, Charles 'Jolinsoii, 
'leek Dnlliis, llieo. Jnckson, Wulter Ceruid, 
Herald Stcvcus, James Pierce. Thunins 
lulrleiii Alma Powell nud Ijiurn Hnlbcrt. 
Next- week, "Tlie Nluctv and Nine." 

KcKh's Theatre i'i;, F. Rogers, resident 
miiiiageri. — lhc bill Tor week of Nov. (I In- 
cludes: Long and Cotton, Stalvy nnd Blrbctk, 
Howard Triiesdcll aud companv, Clifford und 
llnrke, Cabnret's Canine Wonders. Blllv Vun, 
A. W. Asru. Mr. and Mrs. Oil Siewuri, Ueo. 
Oil llu nnd Chinatown liiiliiictle. John Dbcr- 
ly, Anslln Wulsh. U'x Durnnds Trio, Hello 
\isiiu -nm! !i-.c vitagraidi. 

AVnliucl.'s ,(Mrs. Then. Moss, manager). 
— -William Fnversliuin. in "The Squaw mnn " 
began his third week Nov. IS. 

Uljoii riiciiii-e (||. u. Sire, manager). 

Ihivld Wiu-llcbl. ln "The Music Maslcr," 
began Nov U. his tenth week. 

Hubrr's museum (John H. Anderson, 
inunagcrl. — The usual report of excellent 
business conies from this iwpulur resort of 
freaks of nnture. the feature being a rnein- 
novelty, "Horse vs. "Cyclist." Nellie Hllder- 
bi-iindt, Jockey, unci Bobby Cbappet, "cyclist. 
In .the theatre nu excellent show is also 
given. . . . r . . 

Knickerbocker Theatre (Al.' TIayman 
& Co... managers).—!:. H. Sotl4ern and Jnlla 
Marlowe began their second nnd last week 
In "The Merchant of Venice," Nov. 6. Nest 
week, "Twelfth Nlgbt" will be given. 



dogs, moukeys and eats ; Hchroedcr and 
Deane, John nnd Cnrrlo Mack, Bertiaa and 
Brockway, Cnnulugbam and Smith, and the 
vltngraph. 

Liberty Thcntre (Klsw «<i Krlanger. 
ninnagcis).— Marie Cnlilll, in "Jloonshlne," 
began her second week Nor. C. 

Daly's Tlienirv i Daniel Frohmsn, man- 
nger). — Rdnn JIny. ln "The Catch of the 
Season," started Nov. her eleventh week. 

Joe Weber's Theatre i Joe Weber, man- 
agin. — ••Tin* Prince Chap" eomiueuced Its 
sixth week Nov. «. 

Herald Sqiiure Theatre (Charles Froh- 
mull, malinger i . — foseph Cawthorn, In "Krltit 
in Tammany Hull,' 1 opened his fourtli week 
Nov. IL 

Lyceum Theatre (Daniel Frohman, 
miinager). — Joseph Wheelock Jr. entered his 
si'veuth week Nov. (I, ln "Just Out ot Col- 
lege." 

Miner's Uiu/htu Avenue Theatre (Ed- 
win V. Mlm-r, nni nugen. — The Cherry Ulos- 
sotns came week of Nov. Ii. to a good houae. 
Next week, lhc Merry Maidens. 

Ifarletn. — At the Harlem Opera House 
(Alex. I.lehteiistelii. uiuniiger) Lulu Oluscr 
preseuls "Miss I>olIr liofiars" Nov. U-ll. 
Next week; K. S. Wlllnnl, lu repertory. 

Wkst HM* (O, A. Rliimeullml, mituflger). 
— Ilurtlg 4 Senmou's "Me, lllm aud 1" thU 
week. Next week, "Clrls Will He Clrls." 
. Mktl-oI'olim (ilenrv ItoHcnbcrg, niuungeri. 
— Yorkc uud Adams, lu "linnkers and Hr«!>- 
i-rs.'" il:-t*w big business (1. Next week, Mabel 
MeKlntey. 

Stai: (Wm. T. Kcngh, manager). — Joseph 
Snntley, In "The Ruiuiway Boy," packed this 
house, both performances, ti. Nest week, 
Russell Brolhers. 

I'socTou's uxk Hi-Mittno asp Twestt- 
fiith Stiu:i:t (.1. Austin Fynes, generttl 
manager). — ""The Banker's Daughter" Is this 
week's revival. Paul McAllister, Win. J- 
Kclluy, Juiucs K. Wilson and the Misses 
HoiiKtelle, ylorguu uud Desboii, nil scored hlg 
sitcciisses. Tlie vaudeville presents : Cooper 
nud Robinson, Major Doyle, lid. Kstus and 
new luuvliur plot ii res. 

AuiAltiiiu (Percy (I. MTllliitus. manager l. 
— Bill week of ii ; Josephine Cobiin and ••oni- 
tiauy. Nellu llergen. Hoiidlnl, Ited Mule, 
Bouncy and Beut, Ji'errasns, t»rpbeus Comedy 
Four, Frank D. Rrvan and his iwacc isuigrcss 
of American girls, uud ulllc Vouug ami broth- 
ers. 

HttiTlo & Bkamonm Mrsic Hau. ,<>, pn 
Ilurtlg. manager).— -Bill week of U: Bgm 
l-ox, Fllsou uud Knol. Red Raven ( ude s, 
the Piccolo Midgets, Myrlln A', ltyrue, th. 
I shers, Ksuierulda Sisters, and Le Unc an" 
Wultouc. . 

Uorit&x (Snlllvnn * Kraus, maungersi.-- 
Duvo Kraus' Kuropcau Seusath*n Lxlrava- 
gauza Co. made Ks first' Harlem iippi*npini* 
to. a crowded house. II. and was accoriliil •' 
royal milroluo. Next week, Al. Beeves snow. 

I'.\)iit-v i Win. Black, lannngeri.— i'i 
week of Br Twl E. Box- Co.. C. Jean 



ArdfH 



iigbf 
Grand Opera House (John n. 8prln 



?8*r. 

Easy 



manager).— Raymond Hitchcock, In' "Easy 
Dawson," began a week's engagement Nov. 
0. scoring an individual success. Next week, 
Florence Bindley, In "The Belle of the West." 



nnd company. ClrnTov and Russell, Cameron 
nhd. Toledo, Mill Wood, Vloln Duval end Ai. 
Casey. nl .| 

PaUCE fF. Bernstein, mflnagerl.— i" 
week of 0: Williams and Walker. Foster and 
his dog. "Mike:" Wood and Bernard. Lone 
Trio, Gillette Si sters and klnetograph. 

Brooklyn — At the New Montonk fj>. a 
Cohen, manager) "The Pearl and the 1 twg 
kin"" Nov. ML The Rogers Brother*), >«'« 



NOVEMBEK 11. 



THE ISTEW YOKK CLIPPER. 



975 



neck, did **|ileu.ditl business. "The College 
Widow'' ■est' WMfc ,. 

Tim BitfUKLT PARK <t.c\v Parker, tnaou- 
„ cr i _-|*bc ritvpenlng of this house, under 
uew'tuunugctucnt. occurred Satin-iluy iilghl. 
Nov -I wt**tl David Uolnsco presented llcrthn 
Onluiml. In ".Sweet Kitty Delhi Irs." The 
house was crowded t«> the doors. It has 
hecu cnllrelv renovated und redecorated, niak- 
liu! II oi'« "f ll "' safest and prettiest houses 
iti"* llic ctly. "M lie (ieulus and the Model'' 

XUtOtttC 1 1'. C. Krldly, manager). — 
'■tiicekcrs" B-11. with HaiiK Hoi-crts. Lust 
week Charles K. Crupewlii plnyed to rapacity 
l-axbxa-tt. "In New Vork Town" 13-IS. 

Cram. Oiecv Hoi si: (M. T. Mlddleton, 
manager). — Cbnuncey (llmtt began hi* sec- 
,.ml nnd la*l week >'•■ III* piny. "Edmund 
Ihirkr "' met with great favor Inst week. 
Thomas K Shcn next »■«*. 

Iii.nu: i XI. K. Spooticr. malinger). — "Itu.i- 
rrt Kmniel." with Kdnn Mny nud Ccli 
SiMiuiier, HI. Last week "The Hells ot llns- 
ii'iiH-ri'" drear* well. Next week, "A Nutuicg 

tiuriiKivt (Percy (;. WUIInuis, innungcr). 

\,lcle It Held© heads the lull this week. 

oilier* arc: Annie Irish. In "Jim and Me;" 
niliicu ami Havel, the Itossovv Midgets, 
1-iclds and Ward. KM tic Trauey. diaries 
Ibn-sow, Watson and Morrlssey, and the vl- 
lugraph. ,. . , ... , .. . 

II Vtu: .Ic l't:iiM.i*> s i Nick Norton, itianng- 
m-ri.— Citrout week's bill Is headed by lie* 
~lc Chivton. Others are: Julian Kose. Peggy 
i'rvde. Ilie Hose Weutworth Lipicstriun Trio, 
Hal Codfrcy, Wnterbury ISrntlicrs oud Ten- 
nev. Hclmow nnd Uet, Coakloy and Mclirldc, 
Met 'iti! nud t.'uhlll, nud the klnelograpli. 

Kuf.NEV'H (P. A. Keenly, uinuugcr). — 
Katie llnrrv I* I he lending feature ti-ll. 
Others are : cUuglUg l'ionr Chi. Sue Smith : 
••(■Joe." Kuropiiin :»*n*.-illoii : Kdgur Allen 
:mcl ivmpany, the World's I'oaiedy Konr. the 
'rlure llanla Itrolhers, the VniuUlls, eiuucdy 
miish-l::us : Thomas and Payne, Uie Musical 
Dennetts, and the Keeueywope. 

Star IA. II. Kills, manager). — The l'.ow- 
crv Ilurli'Sijiirrs 0-1J. 

Air.iZAi: (W. T. Keogh. manager). — Uln- 
klns' linltiniorc Ueautles 0-11. 

N'.iss.vf. — MUs New Vork Jr. this week. 

llKn.ww.tl' '(l/H) C. Teller, niauagcr). — • 
•■Utile Johnny Junes," with Ccorge t'ohnn, 
(i-II. "Knsv Lhiwsou'' last. week. Neit, "Ulp 
Van Winkle." 

1'oi.l.V l Bennett Wilson, manager). — "Cirla 
Will He Ulrls." Willi Al. Leech and the Three 
Kosebuds. ti-ll. Primrose's Minstrels had a 
good week, cudlng -1. Xcxt, "(juecn ot the 
Highbinder*." 

A.'tniKi.N fW. T. drover, manager). — Hill 
this week: John t'. Ith-e nud Sallle Cohen. 
Kllon-l'olii Troupe. IVwitl. Crow-ford and 
liaslon, the I teed ltirds. 'J'yee and Jeruion, 
Haves and Henley, Krtdta lirey uud Ma belle 
Adams and the klnulogrnph. 

OoTil.tM (!•!. K. Ijlrnnl, manager). — lllll 
this we-.'k : Tom Nnwn and Co.. Stanley and 
Wilson, Tnins-Atlanlle Four, l'.rnndow and 
WIIkoii. Trolley Cur Trio. Cnrim-n Slslers. 
Zlniniir. juggler: Jewell's manikins and 
the vllu^ruph. 

liAYirrv (Jns. Clark, uiannger).— -Senb- 
nrr's Muiniug Clorles Co.. pre^i'iitliig; "The 
lievll'x luiugliter." this week. Coming next, 
the Ituwery IhirleMiuers. 

I'xie.tK (I". It. t'nrr. iniinngcr). — The Km- 
plre l!iirli«iuers lids week. Tlie Cherry lilos- 
Min lairli'.<iji:eri nt-AI. 

I'lVTOv's t«. S. Allen, uiauageri. — "The 
VlllngL- I'estninsler" '.his week. Last week, 
"Through I lie Itn-akeiV played to big houses. 
"The I'rli-e of Honor" nrxl. 

l.tCKTM (IjhiU I'hllllps. uiauager). — "Her 
.Mad Mill-rinse" this week. "My l'urtncr," 
■ lad week, did well. 

■ 
MiW VOIIK CITY JOTl'I.XCS. . 



OHIO. 



lUY.veu Vi:n.Lt:ii has resigned as business 
imiuager of Hie I'rlncess Theatre, uml John 
I iilris lias been eiigageil by Henry Miller to 
sueeeed him. Thmims Xelwm, formerly eon- 
ueeteil with the Majestic Theatre, Bostou, is 
now Hie treasurer of the J'rhieess. 

Tut: Musstts. t>ni;i:t::tT have engaged John 
K. Ilizpatrlek as business manager of the 
Casino. 

H.tutiV I*. D.tvtusoN Is now In full charge 
of the advert Isiug and excursion departments 
of the New- York IIlp|MMlroiuf and I.una 1'ark. 

I.iu.itx XoiiUic.v gave u dluner nt the St. 
liegls Nov. 1, baring as the guests of honor 
Mr. and Jlrs. llelurhli Conrled. 

Knkicu lHuiaaa, lleinrich Kuole. Auloulo 
Sd.iitll, Andreas Ulppel and Mine. C-adski ar- 
rlvcd.froni Kuro|ie Nov. .1. Muie. Seiubrlch 
will, mil frouitlavri' I. 

. Unlloi-JtV ' Ut'ltBKU.>< llOllsehl'lil eili'Cls 

were told at auction Nov. " aud U by ord.er 
«f ine Fidelity Loan Association. Sam Ber- 
nard. Ami'lln Blnghum and I'rauk Hush were 
among the purchasers. $.VJ0l) was n-ullxed. 
The highest price [Mild wns for u Dresden 
clock set, which brought ?:!oU. 

Tub Siiuiluts Luve acijulred it live years 
lease ot I he U-w Fields Theiilre, mid will 
lake t-inilrol Nov. - J7. I/-W Fields will play 
an iiimal engagement there. The ullraclh'it 
mi I In; dale ot transfer will be l'cter F. 
Uallcv. In "The Tress Agent." 

fJM.KNIiPI''* IlL'KNIAN I.Vl'Kl'M OlM'llell Nov. 

" Willi u performance of "Vauyushln's Chll- 
ilrrii," in which Mr. tnlciiou" n'eelvcd ex- 
celli'iit support from Alia NasluiuK uud the 
other inenilsTs. 

Mixxit; L'oiins inuiic her American debut 
nt t'nruegle Hull, Nov. '2, uud proved u 
piaulste of great merll. 

SiiAKixi'B.MictN relies and lwoks from 11m 
library of the late Frederick S. Tnlluiiigc. 
were s>!il by the Anderson Am-llon t^j., Nov. 
". A ten cndilv brought Sf..".l>. Two goblets 
sold for x.Vi nnd son. The model of Ihe poet's 
birthplace brought f.'HO. 
* i » 
IOWA. 



Den Hollies. — At Foster's tiprra House 
fWiu. Foster, luauugcr) May liwlu nllracled 
a crontletl house l_ii-t. Vt<. "Th': Slio-Umi ' 
placet! tu n large sized uildlcnee III. Tim 
Munihv N"V. 7. "The MiiUI uml the Mummy" 
S. Illi'hard Munslleld i», "The llelr to the 

H("TUll" II. 

Al niroitii M IWui. Foster, uiiiuager). - 
The Kilties Hand had two well pleased audi- 
eui-es l.icl. 'J9. 

ittsAxti iii'bka Hoi'sn tWm. I-'osler. man- 
aijvr). — "Human Hearts'' showed to big busi- 
ness 2u.;i>. 1, In. -fin J. l'lummer «on greut 
prulse. "A Wife's Secret" fured. well -JM Nov. 
I- "Happy Htsdlgau's Trip Arouud the 
Worhl" 3* 'Teiiis' 5S, "The .Millionaire 
liciectivc" 11-11. 

UlJuf (Fred Bnchanaii, inuuageri. — Cn- 
lMiclty business cuutlum-s. Casatl und Hn 
Verne, Herliert und Willing aud idhcrs are 
bonked rur wi-ek of Nov. 0. 

MiKKOK (W. H. (iottrley. muuager).— 
Ilookcd for week of tl: John Morrison (per- 
■iiiinetit), Margaret Urnyec. the laikolus, Ihe 
i- in til a Twins Trio und Marvelous Sawyer. 

Keokuk. — At the (jraud Opera House 
<F. !•'. Slurgls, resident manager) Clias. U. 
Huntord pleased a Udc audience Oct. ."1. The 
Jacksou-Summts Concert Co., uuder the aus- 
pices of Ihe Y. M. C. A., came Nov. :;. 
"Brown's iu Town" I, "The Fniiil Wi-ddlng" 
"■ Ubler's SlocV Co. S-ll. Stctsoti'ti "U. T. IV 
1". "Little Johnny Junes" II. 

Noil. — Dick terrls has been here In ut- 
i'.'i]uan« at the Federal Court, prosecuting a 
play plraev case against James Glass, of the 
rlay. entitled " 'Wav Out West," owned and 
'•opyrlghtMl by Mr. Ferris. A sentence of six 
months' Imprisonment und costs was Im- 
posed by .ludga McPhcrson. but sentence was 
Mis|M-ndeil on n promise In Ihe ••onrl of fill nrc 
if-sl hebnvlor. 

■ 4 ■ » 

Daist Xlvvr i.,*>« wiih Wit'ii i'.--=i'r's 
roiNpsto. 



lined. unit — ti,,. first clash among Thes- 
pian s.ars iM^Mirs ne\| week. Ami llo iK'ller 
!••*! uf I'liK'Inuatrs ability to sup[*irt two 
high rinw ntlrncilons could well be tnnde. The 
nnnounceiiicnl that Mrs. Flske would come 
!•» i.obllixon'* iijii- rn Hoiim! the week of Nov. 
1". was a fn i tin incut of an old rumor. The 
Inst time Mrs. Flske visited here *he np- 
|h:iitiI at llic same Iioiim' when It, II. Hunt 
nud the rikc Theatre Coiupnny were In con- 
trol I here. Ou this occasion she will be 
pin"il ngnlnst Kthel Hnrrvmore, nt the 
lirniul. Il»ili are sterling favorite* wllh 
hirnl HienircgiM-r*. and the experimental con- 
flict will be watched with considerable in- 
terest. 

IfaUXH (WTOA llnt'MK i Harry Unlnforlh & 
John II. i lui Mil. managers). —lloekstader's 
Minstrels on* to route Nov. A Last week 
frauds Wllscii made his Hist local nppenr- 
nnie In cinnsly, hi "Cousin ISIIIv" and "The 
Utile Father of Ihe Wilderness." Tin; 
double bill drew targ" ninlleuces, May Unb- 
urn I'oliiv; |iroiulnciii in tlie stifiport. Kthel 
llnrrymorc enmc I"., in "Suiidnv." 

W..I.M.T Sn:t:r.T Tu^atiu: iJl. C. Ander- 
son, mnnoscrt. — Ceorge Kvaux will lie seen 
f>. In "The llnnawa.is." Lust week John 
Ford mid Muyiee Oehrue were the bright 
stuis. in "Lovers and Lunatics." Henrietta 
Tedso, n Cincinnati girl, who pln.vcd the role 
of a cohirisl servant girl, was csi»eclully 
clever, llnsliiess was big. Kolb and Dill, 
in "I. I). IV. 11'. 

Hbivk's tiriaj.i Hoist: (lleurk. l'ennessy 
It Stale, KiauagiTs). — "(itteeii at the White 
Slaves" will o|«ii ■"•. Una week. "A Jiesper- 
:ile t:iinmv" reiicnled Its hucicss of n year 
ago Harry I.. Wnierhoiise. Ilowaid Vos- 
Imrg mid < mm'I rmle Dion Magtll were the de- 
liueatorH of the principal chnrncteVs. Lottie 
Williams, in My Tom-Hoy Hlrl" 13. 

JtOtllX.SON'S tll'KKV HolSt. itJrofge |i". Flsll 

& I.uella Forcpiugh Fish, lunHiigorsp. — The 
Forepaitgh Stock Co. will prewut "Ctiplain 
Harrington." ■*•. wilh Harry Itiirklinrdi In Ihu 
dun! role. laist week, the n-vlvul of "Men 
and Women." with Lavluia Slinunon us 
Agnes HiHlmaii. drear vry large nndlciicc*. 
Mr*, liske will come Kl. In "U-ali Klesehna." 
LvL-crvt Tili-VTiu: illenck. Stair & Ken- 
nessy. iiiniiiigers). — "I'ncle Dan'l. or a Mes- 
senger trout .larvls Section," will ismic .">. 
"When tin; World Hnfa," u inelodraiuu. by 
Ijingdoii McConiilck and Laurence Mnrstoa. 
did a good business last week, wllh llilwln 
McKini aud Man-arcl Itrowu in Ihe leading 
roles. "A Itace for Life" li 

CiM.v.Mnt.t TitBATiii: t M. C. Anderson, nuin- 
nger). -t'ol. liaslon Hoiilcverry, the shani- 
slesiler. is Hie lop liner of Hie bill lo be 
offered r.. ami other "iiti-rlaliiers are- 
Thome anil Carlelou, Tulhot anil Hogcrs, 
Mine. Kininy anil her trained terriers, I.cs 
I'ai-islenni's. the Uc Unci; Trio, Kdiuund Day, 
falrlee Winston and llobert WnUou. in 
"The Sherilt:" ilriska Wnrden. Allele Archer 
and l.iirlle lieorgl. The HrttbentK Shcn- 
proved as magnetic ns eeer, and packed I In* 
iMin;**' to Hie walls al! I lie week. Winona 
Winter wns one of lite brilliants of Ihe aggre- 
gation. 

Pkoci.c's Tiicatisi; (Hulierl lleuek, man- 
ngeri. — Tin* Fay Foster llurlc-i|ne Co., wllh 
Battling Nelson uud Ids sparring partner. 
Bobble Ltindic, as all nilibsl allruclion, will 
■•omc i>. laist ws'k the I utility Puree Bur- 
lesfim-i:; made good In ••The Marriage of 
Blrdle" mid "A Merry Itaclielor." Fred 
Bcell ami llarviy I'arfccr. iln> wre-ttecs. met 
all comers In bonis on Hie mat. The iirlgu- 
dlers 1J. 

Stam>aiii> TilKvriii: (Charles It, Arnold, 
inanacri.- -Tin* Colden Crook will o|ieu IS. 
I*i.*-l hit). Hn* Ni-w York Slurs put on "So- 
ciety Swells" aud "tCasy Ihs-sll," hi addition 
to ,i rluss A olio, to splendid liitsluess. Law- 
rence Weber's Dainty Duchess JSurlesijueis 
1-'. 

Tin: AuiitTOKiiM. — The Tyrolean Alpine 
f'oDipnny. miller the dlreellou of Frniir. 
llaliier, will I** lienrd li. 7. S, Willi Marie 
Lellucr. Jul 1 ,* llmiser uml Mine, lttiluer solo- 
ists. 'Hie Nrlsun-Brilt light pleluces drew 
well last week. 

UWUHI* or tiik Uniisv. — Clalrelte Clair and 
Helnricli Loijwciileld. lale of the German 
Stock «.'».. Inn' been added to the facility of 
the School of Kxprcsslou. They will he 
*ecn iu series of recitals at Odd F'el- 

lows' Ti-imile Mrs. ilnrry llnlufurth han 

siiecessfe.lly iNissed the ordeal of a surgical 

operation at Dr. Holmes' llospllHl 

Fred licfknrin. IMtueli Wheeler nud Kugene 
Havers were ihe advance giinnl ot Jiock- 

slader's Mlnslrvis Iliiln-i't lleuek. of Hie 

Empire circuit, relel. ruled Hie - sevuly-llrst 
annlvcrviry -jf his blrlli nt his home ■ in 
• 'llfton. I... ...lames f. Hyde came In ad- 
vance of-r'th'l Uerrymore. . . .■.-.Dock*lnder'.i 
Minstrels are to give n noveltj-^an Llectloti 
1>ay uinlliier. a day never before chosen for an 
afternoon performance at the Oratiil. Tuesday, 
one of the new factors Iu Cincinnati tbut 

week John ,1. Ifyan litis started on a 

Western lour in the interest of the new 
vaudeville clrciill of which the Olympic 
Theatre, lo Is* built here, will be a member. 
Hn was at South Bcnil, link, and partici- 
pated hi the closing ot a deal that adds a 

house there lo the new rhiilli.. II. W. 

Thompson, of the Cincinnati Baseball I'nrk 
oHh-liil miiIT of employes, has Mteeicdcd lal. 
Wlnlerluiru ns Ireasiircr at the Standanl 
Theatre. Henry Arthur Jones. Hie dramatist, 
wns Ihe guest of Francis Wilson, at the 
firaud. a He came West to talk about a 
new play he may write for the comedian. 

Coliiiiilius At (lie lint Southern (<>. 

M. Hefner, manager) "The School for llus- 
■•nuns" nttnii-trd a fair sized house Oct. .'lu. 
illN Skim er eitierlahicd u good house Nov. 
!. ••The Lterntil Cilv" drew well ::, I. Win. 
II. Crane d. 7. "IMIT! l'n~:! I'oiif!.!" S, II. 
"The IsIeM l'oiig Ibuig" IP. II. S'oekslndcr's 
Minstrels IS, "The Little Duchess" l«, 17, 

Viola Allen 1S. 

Kvt'iitKi Fred Neddermeyer, manager*. — I lie 
F.mplrc Sunk l.'o. did excellenl work hi "Thi; 
Cricket on the Hearth" anil "Lend Me Five 
Shillings" last weak, und drew good houses. 
(in Xm. 1 I lie Jungle Imps, n i-apitlur local 

alhlfilc ;*ii>l t'sdt"! club, gave llicir in il 

mliiftire! idi-'w t" Irlends. 'Jh't • Inb was »*• 
slsted br Frank Camp. Tommy Williams. W. 
J. Dealing. I'risl Neddermeyer and Juine* 
N:ig-I. "f I lie >li»-k compiiny. who nrc also 
lii'UiI.ers **l the clnb. "lucog." ti-ll, 
"Friends" Kl-iS. 

iJtttMi i,".*i:i:a Ib'isi: IW. W. l' mw r. miin- 
iig-ri.— Uo**d lioiises rtibil f»r Kellur and 
"Faniasaia" lusl neik. "The Street Singer" 
IS«. "My Tooi-ltoy JSIri" !)ll, "tjutucy 
Adams Sn-vy.-r" !!l-'. 

Hoar Sliif.l.r ■•'. W. Harper, malinger). — 
Large houses ruled for "Confessions of it 
Wife" and -Sr.-ret Service Sinn" lust week. 
"Al rincy" Hldge" li-S. "Across Hie l'mltic" 
U-ll. "Ciister's Lust Flghl" liilo. 

N'mtc— John Curry Huttleld, father of Al. 
<S Fb-ld .Hid Jec- llatll.bl. tin- well known 
mlustrel uieti. 'lied here Oct. ISO, at the uge 
ot elghty-lbrec. 



BWaTI k (Frank Hurl, inatiagen. — "Her 
First False Step" Oct. •Jti-ai, and "After Mid- 
nlglit" were Initb well patroulted. "Coufes- 
slous of u Wife" 3-t, "Across the IMellle" o-S. 



Clevclnml.— At the tlpera House ill. D. | 
Kline, manager ) **TTn» Mod of Nod" week 
of Nov. 0. Win. II. Ciuuc drew line houses 
Inst week i 

C ixiai. I Drew & Cniuplvll. inauugcrs). 

--"Mi:. Temple's Telegram" till. "The 
Heart of Man land" had line houses lust 
week. "Sweet Kitty Itellalrs" HI-IS. 

Lvcr.LM (J. K. Cooksmi, iiinnager).— "Fan- 
ln*!*ia" week of (i. "Nancy Brown" drew 
well ln«t week. Br— at Hogan, In "Kitrus 
llnstim," Hl-ls. 

Ci.i:vi:i.\xi, ij. I\. Cookson. manager I. — 
"'Ihe F.ye Witness" week of 1.. "Across Ihe 
I'nr'llc" crowded the house last week. "The 
Hon«e of Mystery" I.TIS. 

Kcirns ill. A. Daniels, tuimiigfi). lull 
week of i; : Keuyon and He liaruio. Billy 
l.litl:, IV Wilt, Cum* nnd Toirnnce. Mr. and 
Mr*. Out dtier Crane. Mlunle Harrison. KM* 
uore Slslers, Military Octette und Hennc's 
Clreu*. 

Lvttn* ill. It. Lang, manager). — lllll week I 
Of li : Montague's Os-knlon Circus. Field* 
nnd Hanson. Tegge nud Daniel*. Charles nud 
Knlherlne (illison, Claude Kanf. Barry Scan- 
Ion nnd Vlclorelll. 

Staii I Drew & CamplM'll, managers). — 
The Dainty I'areu i:\irtivagauitn Co. week of 
n. The California (ilrls had crowded bouses 
Inst week. I'nv l-'osti'i' Co. I.'I-IS. 

KMi'itti: (Henry lieiixluger, luuunger). — 
Tlte Hon Tons wis-k of (i. The London Hellc.i 
iilnyi'd lo giHid recelpl* last week. Harry 
Ilivaul's Burlesi|uers 13-18. 
, ♦»» 

MlSSOtltl. 



B. F. KEITH'S 

THEATRES AND VAUDEVILLE BOOKING CIRCUIT. 



I Keith's Thcnlro 

Keith's in jou Theatre . 

Keith's Theatre 

Keith's Theatre. 

i Keith's Thealrc 

i Keith's New Theatre.. 
I Keith's lTospcct Theatre. 



. , ..Boston, Mobs. 

Boston, Mas*. 

. ,1'rovldence. It. I, 
..rawtucket. It. L 
. . . New York CltJ. 
..ruiladelpliln, l'n. 
Cleveland. O. 



. Keith 1 llmal Princess lit eat re.. London, Log. 
' Uarry Dsvla' Grand Opera House, 

lMtDburg. Pa. 



Chasc'n Theatre Washington, D. C. 

Keratin's Maryland Theatre. . . Ilnltimoro, lid. 

Shea's Harden Titmice 

Willi Theatre , 

Moore's Thenlre 

Temple Theatre 

Moore's Thenlre 

Park Theatre 

(Iranil opera Hotite. . , 
(irntid Opera House. . 



UnlTalo, N. T. 

l'oronto, Can. 
.Hochcster, N. T. 
...Detroit, Mleb. 

Portland, Me, 

.Worcester, Mlta, 
. .Hyeaeiise, N. T. 
. .Yuiitigstowa, O. 

B. F. KEITH'S BOOKING OFFICES, St. James Building, 

m. K. HOQODON, Booking Mtanaijer, 
Itooim Sl*:t to 8UH St. Jiimc* llnlld Inn. 



N1CYV YORK Ctrl'. 



St. i.iiiiIn. — At the (iurrick Hico. W. 
Flody. noiiiager) "Tin* Winning l.lrl" 
si-.o-.hI :i big lilt last week. The show plcuscl 
with its musical numbers and the even MS* 
celliTce of lis cast. Frederick Bond plays 
n fesllve old lliianeler cleverly. Clins. J 
Boss, us u self-madu niiiii. scored big, us did 
Mabel Feiiton, ns a social leader, and Caro- 
line Hull, us the smart comedienne. Mart 
K IHsey and Charles Halloa were very 
funnv. "I'ubcs In the WibkI" Nov. [>-tl. 

Ct:.NTIItV It*. T. Short, manager i. — "A 
Fair Kxchiinge" Is a bright i-omedv. 
Thoiu.li: W. Itos.:. ticorgc Parson and Percy 
Adam- nil scored successes. Bijou Fernan- 
dez. Ll/.vtlc Hudson Collier and l-'orrcsl Itob- 
Iiisoii -,|so do! capital work. Mine. Schu- 
mann I loitik this week, "The Muhl and the 
Mmiimy" follows. 

Ciiank Oi-i:i:v 1 Pit si: (J. <i. Sheehey, man- 
ageri.- -"The ISiuiawa.VK" lelurned last week, 
and fared well. "Liners mid Lunatics" this 
week. "York Stale Folk*" next. 

Oi.V-Ml-lc (I". T. Shoil. nmnager). — "Wood- 
land'' •lime to b|g biisiii,***. Francis Wilson 
lids week. "Mrs. "ATggs, of the Cabbaye 
Batch." follows. 

IIavi.i.n's tWni. Careii. mnun,"crl. — Thnt 
linfalliug favorite, "McFaddeirs l-Tnls." wiun* 
lo big business. Harry clay Blaucy this 
week. "After Mhlnluht' nexl. 

iJiri.ittAi. (D. I-'. I!us.-ell, itiniiuger). — 
"Young Buff'ilo. King ot the Wild West." 
ila.vid Up i-apnilly. Vivian l*n*»oitl anil 
Dave Iarwls made big bits. "Mr. Doulcy" 
tills week. "The Life Hint Kills" follows. 

I'Dt.Otitl*. IF. Tate, niiiiiager).- Ulll for 
lids wis* : Mary Noriuaii. illoln* of I teal h, 
Nicholson and Norton. .1 nines II. Collin. 
Iveailiig und Co.Hhvln. Master Staler, ljciig- 
Dr Sisters. Nina Morri< and ■•.niipany. Celine 
Hobc. Itaiitsey Sisters, Fred and Annie 1'clot 
and (be Mnoil runic. 

Stamiaru i Leo Ib-icliciihiich. niuuagcr). — 
'I'he Kentucky Hollos appeared, |,j big crowds, 
last week. The Merry Makers this week. 
Wlllltim*' Ideal l:url*"*ipiors follow. 

tiAYKTV l". T. Crawford, manager). — 
Bice it Barton's Iluse lllll Show ciilertalned 
big crowd*. Trnnsnlbinlle Hiirlesiiuers this 
week. ItelilzSmitlev llui-|es(|iiei-H lollow. 

Cunin 111. V.. ISlce, iiuiungeri. — The fol- 
lowing bill Ibis week: "llayill." the trained 
horse : Viola Clark, l.co nud Muuroe, Alma 
Hiissell, Mr. and Mrs - . Lucas. Zoinra. Lulu Bcs- 
selintiu and klnvtograpb. Illisluess Is Iu big 
crowds. 



The Custom Tailoring Stock of Tread we II, Schneider at 
Thomas is on our second lloor just as it was taken frointhoir 
place to ours, with the original tickets on each roll of cloth. 
Prices were marked to sell overcuats $vS0 to $.10. We make a 
uniform price overcoat, $10. Suits wore $00 to $7u. Our 
uniform price is $30, including their excellent silk lining. 
Trousers $M to -$1S; our price $8. 

ARNHEIM, 

BROADWAY Sc NINTH STREET, NEW YORK. 



•reek, 

Next 



Kansas Clty.—AI Hie Willis Wood, last 
week was divided Is-tween ••'.Mrs. I, filing- 
well's llisits" uud Mny Irwin. Jloih idioivs 
icored lilts. Week of Nov. .", will lie di- 
vided between "Woiallnltd" and Wllloii Lnck- 
nyc. N'eM week Frauds Wilson and Bertha 
Holland will divide the lino-. 

(iii.v.M* Oci:e.\ lien li. < Hudson .V .indalt, 
inaiiaKcrs).- Last week "TIm* 'Maid uud Iho 
Miintmy" hud (pxnl ba nl n uu i . Tlilu 
i':;nl:iuii,"-wllli .IcfferSi.it lie AaujrthL 
week. "•Tin; Ulrl from Kay's." . 

lilil'HKl'M i Mail In Deck. Kcneral tnanaeer.) 
— This week : Kdwnrds. Havls and t'o.. Muali- 
ci-. Houiililou und Moslter. ilowurd und 
North, Hun Qululuii and Keller Muck, Cole 
Frmids Bnivr. Lynn Wdrhor, Iho Musical 
(he, Imam uud Hie kliiodroiue. 

Oll.l.is Oei;tiA Iluisi; (10. S. Brlc-ham. 
mannaer).- - -Ijisl week Howard Hall appinirctl 
In "T'lio Millloiuilre lielecllve." unit wns well 
received. TIiIm week. ".McFiiilib-n's How ot 
Fluls. I'he Ibiy Behind 11m* Hun" netL 

AinlTi'UU *.|. t Wisnlwnnl & Bumess Amuse- 
incut t.'c. luaaitKers). — Last wi*ek Arllmr 
Alston's coinomiy reinulued over, ami cave 
"At the Old 'Cross llonils." In which Kslhn 
Williams and James Hrophy did their ra- 
crHent work. 'Ibis week. "'Way Down 
Lusl." "The Funny Mi. I'm, ley" tiexl. 

Majkstic (Fred Waldintitni, mnnnjior). — 
Lnst wis*k. the i'rnns Alhinlic Hiirlesiiuers 
sc:r«*il il ilil, liofoiv* well tilled lioiises. Thin 
week, Ihe liciiln-StiuHcy Cu. 'The Mm ltlb- 
bon Hlrls ucxl. 

(.'( M thy 1.1. .1. Bnrriill. inuua*.*eri. — Lust 
week, the Merry Muhlous lhorniurhl.r de- 
ll**liled Hie crouds. This wrrk. ihu Ideals. 
Sum It-.'vcrc's Ov-ii t'o. next ■*•*•■*. 

Yai.k's il.loid Brown, maniiKcr). — lllll 
(lib- week* Miller and (Tiliin. Hally and Mur- 
phy, luivi* liei.li'ti, It-.iii Wall uml Lurry 
Cou wn y. 

Convkntio.*. II.UI, (Lewis Shoiise, nialia- 
/»*eri. — l^ist «>s*k, "Babes Iu lb'- WimmI" 
Inn! bi*.' Imslucs.: Tills wns Ihe RmI time 
u theatrical |p.uiuriuaiie,; b,is lx*eu attempted 
In the bljj ball. The result wus very culls 
factory, nud Hie i*rc:it bit,* productions Mill 
have no trouble lu sulking good. 
•« < » 

wncoxHiif. 



1IAVR "VOUH .ill sit armuued eorrsctly. 
How man t t lines have you seen an acton the -an e 
lull wtlli voii cA'ry the liotisi* by nlorm. 1 heir 
sonirs uro'ifreolcil with treat apiilaiisa. Tlielrilatic- 
Ing Is h knockout They are called hack again and 
ag*ln. And von. wlto arc heller sinners uml 
dancers, can Just keep the audience awake ana 
that la about all how why is Hit.- Dun'lyuu 
■enow? Well, lialcn' Tliey don't let every Tom, 
Dick nnd Harry arrange their music. When you 
bay dlnmnnils you .l-m't takecveryililDg thai wilt- 
lers. Wlij »rc yon so rooll.-li about, your iiiiutc 1 
uecd iioiulrodiicUoiiloyoii. If you caunot get to 
me, sand a leader shoot of whnl you want. Prices 
are low. Music arranged for piano, hand and or- 
chestra: u so lor lfuiiiloHn. Cnlliir, banjo, etc. 
Songs prepared for putillcatlnn. Ms*. iKCTeCM.il. 
KHWIN IllOKY (fornterly X. V. OIlJT), »oX IJ, Pas- 
saic, N.J. 

W.WTKII— For AMAWIX IIIIDS.' "I. T. 
C." Co.: IVoph- for Full Ciisl, lo open on at 
ulioiit llrsl or llecrinber: Ihose who double 
brass ilu* prefcrems* ; linuo linyer. thai 
doubles hut— and slage; Waul I'aiiner with 
s::ini, oiii-luilf Inleresi: miisl know bow lo 
uiiiiiiip' or udviuice: salary low. No tickets. 
Will buy or lease I lots. Ponies ami Monkey. 
Wain i I ceinrcv. Waal Hand Aaral. Slmv. 
rouleil. Willi.- livmcr. Ilnrry Franks. Mr*.. 
Illimphrev, all mill. AMA/.HN HIIOS.. Byes- 
villi*, la. Waul iiiJiiiy_loni s * Purudc_C(iats. 

lAillN'S JIOVIM I'K li HE M A lit I S¥.. 

Ijaieal model, with ten Minis, electric aud eviction 
attachments, Including n-recn and packing rums. 
AH ready i-v sol up. Price, *»sr>. bent, privilege. 
or culmination, on receipt ol cxpre's charges. 
A liicri cn.ii K xcnange, n:a)ll»l^ey Ht. lirooXUii. N.V. 

FOB SACK, VaudovlllC Show, complain out- 
lit. ready for Ihe road. Al lor I dgu and cburcb 
lieticllta" or opera In ■it"-. Pi lec, complete, only 
$'.'>. l.uuk tins over Circular fur siaiup. 

ISO. A . KICK. I l'tlderiyooil St., Auburn, N. Y, 

"WANTKD. TO COIUlKgl'OND WITH 

Ural, cihbs. e.spcrlenofd VAUDKVILLK LKAHKK 
(VIOLINIST). Musi furnish very best or a-ier- 
ences lu regard lo character aud ablllly. Musi 
have had at icum 6 years' practical c.vporluncc In 
leader's clialr. Alan Hist eta.,- THAI' HHLMUKK, 
able to p ay t jmpanl, IkiIIs, c-.c Man led men pre- 
ferred. Permmieut eugagsiiictii lu city ot lou.wsj 
Inhabllnats. Address 

WAbTKII CAMI'UIIIjI.. rare X. Y, t'LHTIllt. 

week" ipf>r~A'ihllsoiriiu"d"r;ivlir*iSbiiir«'»rro||. 
ton DM lliulges, llulute.-i uud llctiu, uud \an 
Tcllo uml Mini. 

♦-►♦ ■ 

M I It V LA ML 

lluHliiiairc. -At Ford's ll'harles II. Ford. 
luiiuuceri llliiiiird Curie. In "The Mayor ul 
,..s|o," Nov. (I II. "Mary, Mary, tjulle Con- 
trarv" liad jinoil sl/cd iiudletices week cttdlti;! 
•1. ■•The 1 Mural lull of Mr. IMfip" IS. 

At.iwi i.ii'k illuls-rl K. Irwin, iiiimuger). 
-• .Mrs. Flske, In "Lrah Kb'schiiii," li, Is MM 
of Ihe season's events. The advance side It, 
law, Illisluess was big nil lusl week, wllh 
—Ik* liatiliiif ot ihu (JoiIh." Next wcela, 
"Thai's .liiltn s Wuj." 

Ai'AliKMV (Nixon ,V /.iaiiacrmau, uiiinn- 
Kcihi. — "The Shepherd King" IS. Mulule 
Adams uppeiired lu "I'l'tcr I'nn" week end- 
ing I. 

Ai'iHTouiiM (Jaaics L. Kernaii. laiuingeri. 
— "In New York Town" C>. •'Tom, hick itii'l 
llnrrv"* hud packed houses, closing -I. Nut 
M. Wills IS. 

Mauh.amj (James L. Keriiaii. tin Kcr), 

- For Ibe curri'iil «cek: .Mnrslmll I'. 

Wilder. 1'iivls and Mct'unlci. Iloey und I , 

Ihe Three Meers, lb" lloblsnoiihs, Harry l.e 
cjulr ii ml Three Madcaps. liusiiiosH larar. 

Ibil.i.io.w Sntia.f (Ceorge W. Hire, man- 
ngeri. -"Kli*lil llclls" li. •■Ihingers of Work- 
ing lllrls" was Mirccsiful, eliding I. '■Secrcl 
Service Sinn" I". 

Duu-lti (Chnrti's K. Clancy, nuiiutgiri.— 
"Flghllng Fale" I!. "A CM »( Ho- Sirei-ls" 
did (veil, ending I. "Sluidons of a Html 
lily " Ki. 

Mom iiim.u. I June- 1 I. Kcrimti. inalia 
ge,i. -The M.lf coll.-; (|. The N«iy IVttlatrf 
(Hrls clnscl ii prosperous neck I 
loitlui UeHnt IS. 

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The <'•)■ 



I'OWKCTICl/l'. 



Toledo.— At the Valentine (Otlo Klives. 
mauugcr) lllchnrd Munslleld. lu "Don Curios." 
wos greeted by u packed bouse Oct. "J.".. "The 
School for llushuuds," 31. Nov. I. was we|) 
received, truest Thonipsou Sctou •!, "The 
Kt«raal Lily" «. "*■ . 

MitUM 'Frank Burt, niuuuger,' — Ibo 
Semluiirv (iirl" pronil u splendid drawing 
card. "His Last Dollar" came to good busi- 
ness Oct. ^U-l'S. Kellar Nov .VS. 

Lm; ii l (Abe Shapiro, ttiauagrn. — The 
Bon Tou B«rle.vjuer>. came lo excellent busi- 
ness, llarrv Uryiiul':. Co. 5 and week. 

Aiicaw: (II. II. Lamkln. manager). — The 
Great Lufuyelte nnd his company played to 
gno<| hnsiness Inst week. IHU ,*, nud Week : 
llrcsi'-, tuiisiaal b.n .t Icllv, Carry and Barry, 
Fau't Family, West and Van Slden, the 
f'recsons Mnrjard NVrtoo. Ia.,,1.; finiono, 
M.'N Kipp-J "lei Mia.rapli. 



Mllvvniiker.-.- At tin- liitviifsiui 'Sherman 
Hroun. mummer) lllliel lliirrvmore packed 
Ihe bouse .".o Nov. I. "The llelr lo thu Hon- 
rah." -I. proved one of Ihe last things of 
the season. "The Crossing," Oil, and "The 
Lund of Nod" week of 13, 

Ai.iia.uuha (\V. W. Wltllg, uiauager).— 
"Sky Farm" bud u highly satlsraclory 
week. "Tin* Smart Set" 5-1 1, "Lovers und 
Lunatics'' IS-IM. 

Ac'AWCMT. — Kvclyn Viiughuti scored another 
suc-ess last week, In "Dorothy Vernon, of 

lluddou Hull. I'he (rust of Society," 

week ot 0, und 'The Spirit of '7tf" week 
of 13. 

Buoi: nrau llot-'si:. — Mnntiger .lobti I!. 
Fierce naokeil them In to the limit lust week, 
ullb "Hup" Ward, us "ibe Hrafp'r." "A 
llucc for Life" week of j and Kellar neck 
ul 12. 

Fabsi (Leon WachsnT. uiauajcr). — Tb': 
Wacbsner Co., In "Dine Tolle Nacht, 6, aud 
"Die Junfrau Von Orleani*," 10. 

Star.— Manager Frank II. Trotlniao 
offered Ihe Brnadwav fitilety Girls last wees. 
The Jolly Girls week of o, und Hie Inuoceul 
MuliU week of I J. 

dsYSTAl. -lllll (or week ,,r R : Franrcscn 
Lcddliig nud cotupatiy, Count Lc Hulz and 
Urn, Howler nnd Leslie. Kemp and I'enil. 
I'.i,,.,k" litivni and Ml'-". I'ttge 

•;i:\'l, jVV \) . Ilceilli, lo.)l,...-^l t. |*|. .(,'[: 



Ha ri lord. At Parsons' III. I*. I'areVUA 

mnnager) •i'he p.-nrl uml Hie I'nnipkln" 
plriiseil. "liider Soulln'rn Skies" ivns ef- 
fective! v piescntnl L'M. Is'fore ii lurge iiiidl- 
enee. **ltefni'e nnd After" Nov. li. 7. "Simple 
Simon Simple" s. "iinj Old Homestead" !>, 
•The Vlrgtutaa" lo. 11. 

ILlltTllillli llli:llA llol.KK MelllllnKS k 
Craves Cu, inainigersi. -'T'iiiIm Iiy Night," 
Hint Hie Itnys, lu "Down the like." played lo 
excellenl business. "How llouris urn Brokeii" 
OS. "A It.s-ky llonil to Dublin" 11-11. 

I'oi.i's (Louis I-:. Kllby. miinngcr).— Mr. 
uud Mrs. Sidney Drew will be hvuilllni'is 
«eek of (i. They ivlll prcscut "TIM Yellow 
Drugon." 

■ » i 

llrlilui'iiuii. • At Smith's IL. •' Suillli. 
uiuuiigen "For IILs Htulher's Crhue." i»*i 
.''•''. jduved to goo/J bui,lnes>, a* did ' "I 'he 
Vlrglulu'u." 31. "A lluiiattiiv Boj " did well 
Nov. I, L'. HI Honry'.i Mlnstrols bad bis 
|ei9lr.;,» ,",. and Kyrlc Bellcw had big bual- 
uess 4. "Simple Simon Simple'' It. " I lie 
(Juccn tit the Convlcis" 7, S. "De Lalicey" 
*.). "The fcrruod Uoy" 111. II. 

I'oli's IK. /.. Poll, mammon —lllll week 
n( li Tic Mnnoli Kcolei- IV, tin- Mll^lclil 
Mltuaiil Family. Carlln and OIL ILivrnuin' • 
nnltnnls. r'nprbe, Lynn and Fay. I rntirt-, 
W.,.,,1 try. (p. Mlii-li.-l and Ht* cl.ei,.. 
graph 



%n 



%p& 



F 0H 



t>e* 



This edebrated uiulcr* 
wc;ir -jives more warmth, 
weight for weight, than 
any otlicr made. Those 
who have not yet tried 
it ought to lose no lime be- 
fore the Winter comes on. 
( «/i//ie*«c txfkiim tvtrytking. 
l-'rrt, ivil/i i,wi/',',s 



llr. Juener'K «.W.S. Co.'a Own Stores 
Now YorKi ww Firm av., |M U'waj. llkn: 6*4 
Pulton HI. Ilosloii: KH lloylstjn St- l'hlla.: 
1610 eiiuslniltbl. Uhlcago: s: Slalo St. 
Atimtf la all prbiui/nif vllltl 




Mawna (Oi Pair nml Carnival I'rlBllaa! 
Cataloaun 111) JIIIIpo»ler«, Commerclol PciUra. 
Kfr.l-n.uii I'rf-itlna ol all klml». 

GREAT WESTERN PRINTING CO., 

013 ELM I TBttT, BT. LOUI1. MO. , 

MclNNERNEY'S 



THEftTRiCftl 
COLD CREAM. 

There are many Cold Cream l'reparatlona 
in llii'iunrkel loiluy. SoineuretlDUl'— nlliera 
ire HHTTiai— llnl .McIuuerney'H Is IIKRT. 

The liigreillcitls ot Mclntieiuey's Cold Cream 
ire pure ami harinlcss, ami when you oiico uso 
Mils prepnriitloii you will want M olbur. 

i it her koihI i|tiitlllles lu Its faror are II* 
delicate perfume, inuoolh whiteness ami cool- 
lug properlles. And It docs not coat in much 
is ii.uny uf tin* rnr Inferior preparalluus. 



59c. 



Ml. 



FOR BAT.i; fWHY AT 

M tvmftlmm mm .-, trw« ,r«N 

TK UK, M0«t Uf *i* Acmtttfimi 




■t» roan. 
NKtV uiilK. 

When la BOSTON ud Yo> Wlik 
to Roplenlih Your fitoak of 

MAKE-UP 

—CALL AT— 

KLEIN'S PHARMACY, 

Cer. TREMONT and BOYLSTON STS., 

(Opposite Hotel Touralua). 
rUOPItl K lilllH (IF TIIK ( ICLKHHA IK O 

TLAN8 YLANO GOLD GHEAI. 

Ouuiante«d Not to Ilccouio llancld and Coa* 

Ulna Nalthef Urd or Vaielinl. 
1.21b. J>r 35 Cmti. lib. lor 60 Cinti, 

RAMPf.KH KHKR. 
Hcntloi CI.Il'l'LH When Writing. 

PHLMCK I I"f 1QN 8 A UPKClml/n. 

~vilfitlVTK ICKlilt IU ICIilt llll>a.Jl AT 

I.HIHIli"). rorsirei'l or Stage work. Aildrivs 

0. mill), pj.j Dcrgeti HI., ISrockiyu, N. V. 

TfoaSTaWIClt C'OlaaMWlla^'ja-raaaBiMt 

and iravethig-To lea-.li ou low iiijnltf. "Us/ii 
lircen,' 1 baullierii ilraiua, ,. ucls, willlen lor 
Membrane s'ar. Meat on pml»,ipiiii„**»i e-.|K»|t. 
A'Jthe,:., for lei-mi. MIHS HnvM.AM', 

Ml U'Slngloti Ave, New York. 



UHl MMB, Ureal Uo.v Nyalery, la; mmI 
Second hlght Act. II'*: Aultusl. d Uriiwlug llliirlon 
and (ilghtulng Crayon. ArH.i act »lo: a comntpie 
actri. |..-". take, iho complete, 'mini. Circular for 
«Wntp. Geo. A.Hlce, I IJoder"*iiwi si .AnMirn Sy, 

IMA \|»T AT tiUMSRTT. UOUDLE 

stark. ih:m:x waltdn. :i'ji Noitrti 
:..h KTRKKr, KT. .insci'll. Mti. 

tiKKTCllK.S, Etc., Writteo To Onier. A? "it oil 

(Uaiuliteeil. Humph". I'rt i ... I v t ..iinic. |u 

:: I'nioilo ,hio| i. i;i« -.••..-. Mtl'l K. litusPKIll' 
ill.*) I II, ;,'• Pine **!.. l-io-.., R, |. 



itftf 



TH32 NEW YOEK CLIPPEK, 



NOVBMBEE U, 








HERBERT H, TAYLOR, Proprietor, 

24 E. 21st St. - - NEW YORK CITY. 

IMP 

AND I 



A Rustic Ballad by GEORGE G. 6RANT. 

V prctl y story and n nwrrt lilnlnrty, 
ilinpli*. rafchy uml an luimnUM* fa- 
voi'ltn with all damn of. Ringer*. 




BY MARJORIE DAWSON. 

A Swell Harch Song, Original 
in Lyrics and Melody. 



MM 



A^^^V\^^\AA^W^^\^W\ 



KiTfiT 
DEAR 



By SARA E. POSEY. 

Positively the Oibh Ilitlla.l Hit 

Of Thin Hcimon. 

VOW IXTHODVCKU DY 

MISS ADELE RITCHIE, 

MR. R. J. J08B, 

MR. 8PEN8ER KELLY. 



TO THE P 





TOUCH 

OF 

TIME 

By PAUL DRESSER. 

Mr. imv'OKU (ay. thli la Ike great- 
1 ■'■! *oii(( Iik 1'Ver nriili\ mi opinion 

Anlni »i il by Immli iili. Till. »ong 1. 
1 now living v»|)i>rl«lly featured liy 

Mr R .1. •»<•••. tn Philadelphia, Hose 

ton and New, York. 



We wish to hear from every Singer who is 
using our publications. 

Whether your salary is ($10 a week or $10 a 
minute you will find it to your advantage to let 
us know if you are singing our songs. 

If you are in the city call and see us and you 
will receive the same courtesy and consideration 
if you are singing in a concert hall as you would 
if you were the biggest hit on Broadway. 

We've got the goods and shall always have 
them. No song is too high-priced for us to 
acquire. No expense is too great for us to incur 
in pleasing you and showing you what we've got. 

Success is impossible for any publisher without 
your assistance. Identify yourself with us and 
we will deliver the goods, make every effort to 
carry out your wishes and give you 



A SQUARE DEAL ALWAYS. 




* high-dang Ooon Lullaliy with a 
' IjpQtitlfnl simple melody that will ' 
make It valuable to ninny arti. 




By MAHONEY and WILLIAMS 

A Comedy Coon Song With Encore 

Verses. Full ol Ginger and bound to 

t be • Big Hit. 

j 0N A PAPER 
AND A COMB 

By FRED HY1ANDS. 

This is the style of song 
that advertises itself and is 
sweeping the country like a 
whirlwind. Anybody can make 
good with it at any time 
or place. 



W^A.^^A/WV^ 





(CHORUS) 

The Minstrel Boy to the war has gone, 

Sang sweetly my colleen, 
The harp that once through Tara's halls, \ 

The wearing of the Green; 
And when ye tells of Shandon bells 

Upon the river Lee, 
> I see the shores if r tin's Isle, 

And it's home, sweet noma, to me. 





HERBERT H. 

24 East 21st St., - 



TAYLOR, Proprietor, 

- - - NEW YORK CITY. 



November 11. 



THE NEW YORK CLIPPER; 



977 



PATHE FILMS 



• Nl 



ONE QUALITY. 



Many thought when we produced the 

"MOON-LOVER" wen, $52.12 

That we had reached the climax in comedy films. 

WE KNEW BETTER. Our motto has always been "BETTER 
STILXi," and we certainly have now a film that BEATS ANYTHING 
yet manufactured for comedy. 

The Pastrycook's Jokes 

262 Feet--$3I.44 

A continuous roar from beginning to end, culminating in-a chase 
where the hero turns the hose on his pursuers, and finally locks them 
up in the hencoop. 



42 East 23d Street, 
NEW TORE. 



PATHE CINEMATOGRAPH GO. 



37 llandoipli Street, 
CHICAGO. 



THE CHAS. K. HARRIS SONGSTER, 



Absolutely the Best. 



Always Contains the Latest Hits. 
$1.00 PER HCNOIIKD. 



SMALL SIZE, \n.xl* 

LARGE SIZE, IO'.xIII'j, si.. ill PER 1IUNURKU, 

WRITE FOR SPECIAL PRICKS FOR SPKCIAL HKSIONS. 



31 West 31st St., New York. 

MEYER COHEN, Manager. 
(Tin' Largest Rallail House in (be World.) 



WIGS 



TOUPEES, GREASE PAINTS, ETC. 

And thi Litest and Most Popular Styles In Ladles Hair Oroulo|. 

A. M. BUCH A: CO., 

119 N. Ninth Street, Philadelphia. 



OSTON'S 
EATRIC 
STORE 



GIIEE.VM IMIAllMAi i. 

2:« TKEMONT ST.. Cor. ELIOT ST. 

(Formerly Parker's Pharmacy). 

PROPRIETORS OV ELITE COLD CREAM. 

Ess. m.— aoc. '/ 3 ib. 

(Sample Sent on Request). 



Performers, Brine Your Chooks 

Or telephone &W9 SSth Street, to LOWANDE'B TRANSFER CO., N. K. Corner 41st ana 

8th Ave., Hew York. I em an ex-performer and know bow to bundle your baggage. Dand- 
ling exclusively for Tony Pastor'a Theatre. Storage also. Open Sundays. 

WRITE OR TELKGRAPH WHEN AKI> WHERE TO MEET YOU. 



ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, PLANTS, BUSHES, VINES AND NATURAL PREPARED PALMS, 
SAGOS, ETC., FOR STAGE USE. 

Anything and everything In this line tor mage purposes, for special sceneries and occasion*, Ore- 
proof or otherwise. Writo for my large Catalog 0, which will lie of great value to yon. 

CARL NETSCHKRT, 110 Wabaah Ave., Chicago. 



SHOES 



FOR STAGE, STREET AND EVENING. EXCLUSIVE STYLES ABU 
WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. Short Vamp and stage Lasts 

Mall Orders Filled. Kit guaranteed. 
.ERNBTEI 



always on band. . 

WILLIAM BKBlfSTBM, 
TiL MS Madison Square. 609 Sixth Ave., near lift Street, N. T. 

OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT AN IN8TANT 8CCCE«« 



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WILLIAM HEPNEK WIG CO. 

LEADING WIG MAKERS. 

Largest stock In America. Wigs made to order. Full line of paints, powders 
and cold cream. Bend for catalogue "C" to either place, 

124 WEST 3«th St., N. Y.; Chicago Opera House Block, Chicago. 



RUBBER COLLARS, GUFFS, BOSOMS, 

•2.00 A DOZEN. MjPO A DOZEN. «6.00 X DOZEN. 

In All Sites auiTsiylea. AgenuWanted. JAMES GOLDSMITH, a Aator Place, New fork. 



■; c o H R T N LY Stag e i Street Gowns 



Tel. im— One Oxford. 



BMTREMONT STREET, BURTON, Opposite Majestic Theatre. 



PLAYS 



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LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE WORLD. T.ooks for home 
amusement, Negro Plays, Paper, Scenery, Mrs. Jarley'd Wux 
Works. Catalogue Free ! Free I Free 1 

SAMUEL FRENCH, 17 TIT. 22d St., Nvvr York. 



THE OLD RELIABLE HOUSE— EST. WOtt. 

U. SCHWARTZ TRUNK WORKS 
20 E. 42d St. 412 SIXTH AVE., NEW YORK CITY, Cor. 25th ft. 

Send for Illustrated Catalogue. Our Professional Trunks arc Guaranteed for 10 Years. 



STAGE PROPERTIES 

Best. FIRST CLASS WORK AT LOWEST PRICES 
OFFICE AND SHOW ROOM8, 306 W. 43d ST. 



Manufactured by J. M. LBAVIT* 

bear the stamp of Artistic Workmansbln 
and Lasting qualities. The Largest and 
Best Equipped Plant In this line of boti- 

FACTORY, 313 W. 43d ST., N.; f. 






BAND INSTRUMENTS, «KS. 

WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. LOUIS VITAK, "Dept. F.," 1»5 Wabash Are., Chicago. 



IIAfll FHA CIIDDI ICC c,llbs ' Batons, Ouns, Rolling Globes, Hoops, 

JLlbhLtnN NUrrL IfcXBsaWlrewalkers'Apparatui.KomanAies. Stamp to 
wWMMsiUIW Ws ■ SalSaW Catalog and list. Edw. Van Wvck. ClnclnnetLO 



%4£ 



iWESSJONAL 
TRUNKS; 



Sat Trunk Yoi'il Beast Day Das, .. 



Now Located at 

110 WEST 40 STREET, 

8 DOOR.s BAST OF THE ACTORS' SOCIETY 
Won't Yen cam. to lee My Trunkal 






tme: 



CHICAGO 

Il_M 

EXCHANGE 

(.1 AltWI KIS 

atisfaction 



S 



AND 



uccessful 
ervice 

We furnish nil the latent nud beat 
l'll.MS and SOSti SMIll'S. Our 
rcum t «i'rvl<>c Is absolutely I lie 
beat. 

Chicago Film Exchange, 

133 So. Clark Street 
CHICAGO, ILL. 



MOVING PICTURE 

PRINTING. 

HENNEGAN ft CO., Cincinnati 



MOVING PICTURE 

MACIIIXES, 
Films, Slides, Accessories. 

HEADQUARTERS FOR EDISON'S GOODS. 

CHAM. M. STK1IB1NW. 
1088 Slain St., Kaniai City, Mo 



MUSICAL 

BELLS AND MUSICAL NOVELTIES as 

used by leading artists the world over. Send for 
new Illustrated catalogue. Our goods can be seen 
at Kohlei* A Chase, San Francisco, Calif.; Carl 
Fischer, Nov/ York; Oliver Dilson Co., Iloston, 
Mass.; waener A l,eveiii. Mexico City. Mexico; 
Seymour Dove A Co., Bombay, India, J. C. HE A 
(IAN, 2167 North Clark St., Chicago, III. 



FREE!! FREE!! FREE!! 

To Professionals Only. "REIVA," a walls ballad 
"MV U. S. LAl>v," popular song lilt; "AOII 
MJUIE," comic Dutch song; "TUN MAN FROM 
TiiE COUNTY CORK," curate Irish song. Mulling 
lc. each. Send at once to 

J. LOUIS VON UBR MEIIDEN JR., 
26 O'Parrcil Street, San Francisco, Cal 



FOR SALE AT A BAB6AIR! 

Twenty Oak Cabinet 

MUTOSCOPES 

Guaranteed to lie In rlrst class Working Order. 
Jnst the thing for Fairs or Traveling Shows. Mutt 
sell at once. 

Address "SCOPES," care CLIPPER Office. 



HIGH CLASS 
MAGICAL APPARATUS 

At moderate prices. Large stock, immense 
variety. Illustrated Catalogue Free. New Mam- 
moth Catalogue Just Issued, 20c. New list of 400 
bargains in One anparatus for 2c. stamp. 

A ROTKKBKKO, 17« Ontario St., Chloago. 



PERFORMERS 



AHTIST8 OF ALL 
KINHS WRITE 
FOR SUNDAY 
1UTK. 



FOR SUNDAY. 

Sohmar Park 

MONTREAL. 



yi PISO'S CURE FOR ,, 




Films Films 

Tlii> ftreeKwl bargains ever, The "Different 
Kind" "f ■ Kllm Shop never recede" — It 

forges ahead. Head this! 



One "Professional Song Stereonllcon, hrnntl 
new., wllll llie tlrlglit While Light Otillll, 
> iiiicie, win-Hi $iHMM); our price, $I.Y<nj, 



I.uhln's Lnlest Model Clncogrnph, Willi 
Stercnpllcon combined. Calcium Lamp. Klcr- 
trli- l.:iiii|inml Adjiistnhle Rheostat, and 1,0t>0 
feel of well selected Film, only ifliKUH). 

One Optlgrnpli motion Picture Machine, 
with double t '.'-story' Htcreopilcou, Ttlssnlvcr. 
t'arryliig Case ami 1,000 feet well selected 
I'llm, JIlNUHi. 

• Hie (ipilgrnpli, with single Rlercnptlenn, 
lilted with Tiikeiin, 1 .iuiiiim. etc.. anil I.imki 
it-el well selected I'llm, ?HM).IX); or, without 
IheTnkeup, fXiAW. 

One lot of Miscellaneous nml Comic Films, 
every one 111 perfect condition, mounted mi 
ilirer- 1'illson type. 10 Inch reels, ready fur 
ln*ttinl use -nhout 2.50O feel — ?1 Hum. A 
snap for a ijt' li* K buyer. 

.M'P.CIAI.— One Victor Talking Machine, 
com j.-iii.tin. with Taper Arm mill large Hell 
H.iiu: ','."' 10 Inch Records, one l.ubln linVi 
I'lni'tigrnpli. with Sterenpl Icon nimhliuil: 
Lamp and Rrtoo,'itnr. I.iWhi feel well srieetnl 
l ilia and firiy nssorleil Sllil.';. In a case— a 
nio'*i roinplel>» evhlblllon milllt. real <itfr 
S.'tllO.ilO. Ini'liiillng the screen ; mtr price fur 
nil. tldO.ftH, 



line M.nlel A Oilylhe .ml lit. like new. .*','l.ru» 
«uit< M.id.'l It iixlyth.' tmiilt. like new. . SlUel 
Hue lt»i<t Aeetyleue i.iitili. brnnd new. 

•Hi'' ItrlL-h I AVIllte Light, like new 

■ me Kill-uin Dlri'lrli- l.nni 

One Adjustable llhenstni 

line Viilt Meier, new. mst $l."..iai. . . . 
Slereiinttcnlis lis low .11 $10.1)11. 



I '.'..Ml 

l.'l.r.'l 

:i.r^» 

•LMI 

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Bioflraph and Patbs Film Selling Agents. 

FILMS AND MACHINES WANTED 

I'ROVIDED TUBY ARE 0000. 

LEWIS H.1WAAB & CO., 

:iH8 SPRUCE STREET, 

PIIII.AIMOLI'IIIA. PA. 

'Phone Connection. 



GENTEEL HEAVY MAN 

Baal be tall, capable ol playing one or 
two leads and nave WAHDROBE, 

ibineiDneeou 

NO TALK IN (1 ACT. 

Fines Adviinced lo Kespnnsllile Parlies. 

Address "HFPKBTOIRK." 

Sistersville, W. Vs., week Nov. il; Weston, W, Vs.. 
week Nov. 1*1. 

NOTE -Will pay cash rni-newoi- secund hmnl 
dye scenery. Interiors. 



GOING OUT OF BUSINESS 

PROFESSIONAL SUPPLY CO. 



Have on luiiul alioiit 20,000 feel, of 

Plain and colored, Idlest riiIiJocI.h: nlso IS3 
sei. lati-Mt Song Slides — N'KW : Uls.tolvers, 
Slide Carriers, lins Making nulllls, etc.. fir. 
Here is ydur t-blinee to kcI new k<hhIh lit 
si'i-uiiil hand prices, while ihey IiihI ; also Hie 
(ji-cnt Illusion, "Agil," cnlnlngiieil by Vnst & 
I'n. nl fXM. My price, llrsl. SW gets II. A 
line l»l nf Singe Costumes for boy about in 
yearn of ■■->, silk, smlii nml plush, a bar- 
gain. Si-uil stamp for list. 
I'. R. -If la UIIICAtlO, i'hII. 

IKI .TACK SON ni.VI). 



MINNELLI BROS. WANT, to Support 

Mina Gennell 

Hooked solid, Klttw A. Erlangcr Circuit, South, 
Al Comedian, Strung Specialty, Tall, lioml Look- 
ing leading Mau to play some licavlos; (looil All 
Arountl Actor. Feutnre Specialty Team, plav same 
nnrts; AI Character Woman with specialties. Ex- 
pcrlcncc, w'lrdrnoc, aobrloly ossvntlnl. Tickets 
to th use we know. 
MINNELLI linos., Petersburg, Vs., week Nov. IS, 

pew'sITh&tre 

DRAMATIC PEOPLE 

In all Hues. Stock engngeiiieul. Open on wire. 
,\o fniiey salaries, room nml tKuiril lu liiiaw. 
Siietliilly People lit nil times. Iterthii Mc.Miir- 
H.'uuil Will Allen, wrlie. JOHN I'ICItSICA, 
Pmp.. Memplils, 'J'emi. liKll. II. liAltli.NKII, 
Ariiiisemi'iit lilri'ilnr. 



A No. I (IIAUACTEIt MAN for "KINO 
OK TMAMPH" CO. 

Can use Juvenile Men capable of doing specialty. 
Join at once. Addross 

Empire Amusement Co., 

Ml. Jewell, Pa., Nov.S; Hal amines, N, V., 10; Oleau, 
N. V., 11, and Jainesiowu, N. Y., 13, 



Wanted fmuiedlately.CornB.li&t forTheatre. etc, 

Price, t- night performance, and 11 mat. Wire 
at once, I'RUF. J. LEVIN, 111 West Ilargctt St., 
Rilelgh, N. C. p. H.— Engagement In Charlotte 
Theatre, Charlotte, N. C. 



SLEIGHT OF HAND TRICKS. 6 for One Dollar 

ALL KINDS. Sample, 10 cents. Address 
JOHN /.IMMI'lt. 
jjg N. Ilancroft St., Phllndelplila, Penna. 



uT " t rrfioa 



MPW Catalogue of nays and 
SiiW Mtke Up, for Profes. 

■lousls and amateurs, seal oa 
'{■plication. 
K ALU. so Aan SL.flew Tsrk. 



WIGS 



I. SIIINMHIILM, llh tt*. 
01 II St., N. Y. Tin; Il|i lo- 
ll llle TliJJATfllC.sL firifl 
MAKCII. Seuii slump fur 
new fries List, Just mi l. 

BOSTON FILM EXCHANGE. 

Second Uand Films, Hong Slides and Wacblnes 
Bought, Sold and Exchanged. M4 WASHINGTON 
Bosteti, Ifase., epp. Adams House. 



SI. 



Several fine Hotel cars for rent; Id line rendition. 
Address MISS Hell A II ON, 

Wellington Uotel, Chicago. 



AT LIBERTY, 




A He. 1 PIANO 
(LE&DEB. ABBANOEB) and TUBA. 

OEV, DEb., - • .Minneapolis, Mlna, 



Can book good Vaudeville Acta with Hrst 
rlnaa Hap. Co. for weeks Dee. Il-'jn, Jan, 
H, IS, •'«., *IU, In New Knglaml. 



SRAHAI'S AfiENCT, 



01 't Washington Nt„ 



UIWTIil 



AT LIBERTY, 

Mae Dudley 

SQUBHETTE AND VERSATILE UAOS. 

New American llnlel, - WUragfas 111, 



OFKXKR WWIKIf 

ll.lke "lalMf") f ir Newly lleiaudeled Tltdieli's 

opera House. Hill nhoi uiiiiy and mil oveiir- 

sion trains. Iilgbaml in leature. Sems l.njn. SAI. 
irni'ilnua a monib lliereafter. Positive winner, 
Want Al Buml Instrueliir, Cornel, ibmlil.' 1st vmllu, 
locate, or small iMucn Orchestra, to loi-ute. I.iuly 
Violinist, doubles toriiel. leach bund: l.mly Harp- 
ist, tlanre muslo. Rlrh country. •.•■ small inwns in 
arrange dates and draw from; no miles West of 
iJlCrnsse, Wis. Sampson Nigger SlrUllig Miir'lilne 
(or sale or trade. II. II . Tlbliol ts. Pres ton. Minn. 

"AT LIBIKIsITY, 

Two Good Amateurs 

nil cnnitntiiiTciiiln'im in 



lAgc Id), for any lined First Class ComiuinrtOperit, 
Stock or Illnstrei). Slain all ursi letter. Atbtresi 



A. J. 



II. ('. 



Licseko and Frankobergcr, 

528 Adams St.. Chloago, 111. 

"WANTED, FOR REPERTOIRE, 

Hood S. nnd I). Comedian, good s. and Ii. Son. 
brettn, Leading Han (to illree.ii, Heavy Man, Pri)]i- 
fin Man to play responsible parts, Male pmnlsr. 
tn play parts. Stain ,oiir lowest tlrst inter If you 
expect an answer; I pay all. No tickets iinlest | 
know you. 

JACK MANLEY, 

lull,, M, Ml 1.1 IT HI'., St. I.ouls, Mn., 
Care of llolcl l.ange. 

MAKE MONEY. 

Roller Skates 

The iieii nnd clieapest sWute uiiule for rink use, 
I leinli-lti' or steel roller. Semi for prices. 110 KT* 
I .ANH HOLLER BKATH CO., Oorilmid. N. V. 

AMATEURS 

WHO UKHIUK TO 

APPI-: All IN VAUDKVILLK, 

CAN Hi:ci'ltK AN OI'I'liIlTUNITy lo "How their 
.iet. hv addressing iiiattngnr ol Circle Theatre. 
Itroadway and Slxlletli Sireet, New York. (Ilvn 
full particulars of ant and send pho'os. If possibln. 



COOD GENERAL BUSINESS 
ACTOR 

For II, hi pans In "ur. Jckyll mid Mr. ilrdn." 
State loivest. I'av vonr own. li. It. 1,1 : Vis, 
Columbia, Pa., Nov. in; Mldd'elown, Pa,, Nov. II; 
I.IWlsl QWII, Ps., Xnv '-'I 

A r LIBERTY, 
experVenceo GLASS BLOWER 

can do ell her Not or lllnw work. Always sober 
and reliable. Have Ulass F.ugiue If n. -ntsiiry, 
ItegnriU lo frlonilf. >»M l, SULLIVAN, 
iu-l HnopcrSt ., Ilruoklyn, N. v . 

LADY MUSICIANS 

For Winter season. Please state If yon are it 
vocalist. Statu experience. Address SCIINEIHEIt, 
Dir. Cook's rami (lardeu, Uuiutli, Minn. 



IM 



wiiiti: on wiiii:. 

J. W. \i:i»llllW. MILLKItSIII.'llfl. fllllO, 



\ASAIM 

FIRST CLA88 REPERTOIBE COS., 

At CLAUK'H Ol'BUA. IIOUKH, 
NORWICH, N. V., 
AHer flee. Hi. Week Nov. '.'7 nlso otien, 
l-'nr terms ml'lress L. II. II AH SiriT , -Mgr. 

NEW OPERA HOUSE 

WHS SUNDAY MIIIIEE m MIGHTS. 

TAMMS, ll_l_. 

Address S. W. MiiRTON, Miiuuger. 



WANT LEADING LADY 

KOll 

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE 

Pay your ownjHistolowuM, with pnrtlculsra. Co. 
I tlliibla, Pa ., Nov. 101 tlldillotiii. 11 p. II LEVIS* 

THE SOUTH IS OPEN, 

One 'J)X '», l.'116'illX'Dl lllliek TcillS, ODD i'Oft. ltd. 

Top, ■: wit. Middles, ciinvus only; Inldln clt ..s 
anil Camp llockera, Crank I'lniios, Turning O .aus. 
Mllltnry organ, Megaplinnes, fog Horn,, nul t old 
riiintutloii lisniier, 2 loicto liniiner Fruiita. He tl 
rm Uargaln Lists. 
1U II. AKMaitHHTBR,S|irlniineld, I llnols. 



AT LIBERTY, 

riltST CLASH, I'XPeJHII'Vf'L'H \.\:\1>\',K, 
Al VIOLINIST. ARHANOi:lt. AdibesN 
VBADRIt- enre of CLIPPKIt. 



Wanted, Position by Experienced ATTEND A*if 

FOR 110(1 AND HONKKY SHOW. Speak I'ronetj 
Uvnntiu mid rlniftlHti. Address . . . . , 

K. K,, cure of CLIPPER, 



978 



THE NEW YOEK CLIPPER. 



NOVJEJttpER 1J, 



Ott Ibe Road. 

All llontca Hunt llrni'h La Not Later 
j Tunn Monday. 

t DIIAMAT1C. 

A 

Adams. Maude (Charles Frobmun, mgr.)— X. Y. 
Ui(>- 0, Indefinite. _ 

Alien, Viols (fJiimU-M W. Allen, nurr.)— Eaatrm, 
l'n.. 8, Alleulowu ». Rending 10. llarrlahurg 11, 
Cleveland, O., 1310, Toledo lo, Dnyton 17, 
Coluuilius 18. , ... , 

Aldrlch. L'Iih. T. (A. 11. Woods, mgr.)— Waah- 
' ingtou. I). C. 0-11, Baltimore Md. 13-18. 

Arrt.ihl Stuck (J. T. Aruold, ingr.) — Cbnrlottes- 
.vllle, Vn.. Oil. . „ _ , 

"As Ye How" (Wm. A. Brady * Jos. R. Grlsmor, 
nigra.) — Boston. Mass., 0. Indefinite 

"it Ibe Old Crow Roada" (Arthur C. Alalou, 
mgr.) — Milwaukee, Wl».. 7-11. , „, 

"Arfooua" (I)arld J. Koniagc. rogr.)— Olywplj, 
WuaU.. S, Tncoma 0, 10, Vlclorla. H. C.. 11. 
Vanronver 1.1, Delllngbaui, Wash., 14, Krerett 
I.V Seattle HJ-18. 

"As Told 111 Ibo Hllla" (W. F. Mann, ingr.)— 

JoucsUiru. Ark., 8, Forrest City 0, Utile Keek 

IJVl'ltic lllult 11. Hot Spring* 13, Camden 14, 

•Dtvscott- 15, Toxarkuna 111, Van Buren 17, Fort 

Mtullb 18. 

"At l-lney Bldgc" (M. O. Hlgglns. uigr.)— Colum- 
bus. O.. 08/ Indianapolis, lml.. Ml, Terre 
Haul.' 12. Kenosha! Wl«.. IS. m*M I •. 
14. Rockford 15. Belolt, Wla., 10, Elglu, III., 
'17, Aurora 18. ___• 

"After Mldnlglit" (Spencer k Aborn, ingrs.)— 
Detroit. Mack, Ml, Cbieago. 111.. 12-18. 

"An Orphan's Prayer" (Martin Sbecley, mgr.)— 
F.ld.ira, lu.. 8, Wavcrly 9. Independence 10, »u- 
taiiiiie II. Mollne, III.. 12. Davenport, la., ,13, 
Ruck Inland. 111.. 14, Muaeatlnc, la., 15, Iowa 
City 10, Mnralialltown 17, Boone 18. 

•'An Aristocratic Tramp." A, Kllroy * Brllton's 
(Harry A. Murray, iiicr.)— Boone. In., 8, Ne- 
vada 0, Oclwrln HI. Weal Union II. Gutti'iibcn; 
j:t. Wiivcrly 14. Mancbeater 13, Cedar ltuplds 

10. Dycrsvllle 17. Dubuque «. , 

"An Arlatocrntlc Trump." B, hllroy & Drltton a 
<S. K, Dealer, mgr.)— Teenniaeh, Okla., 8. 
WytiiiowiHsl. lnd. Ter., 0. I'nula Valley 10, 
tlbb-kaaliH II, Milieu 13. Ktiali Springs 14, Dun- 
ean 13. Comanche 10, Luwluu, Okla., 17, Ana- 

"Across the Pacini:" (Chaa. K. Blaney Amuse. 

«Jo.. nigra.)— Tnledo. «>., 0-8, Columbus 0-11, 

ludlannpulls, llld., 10-18. 
II 
Bernhardt. Sarah (Sbubert Bros., mgra.)— S, T. 

lllatiohc llillei (David llelaaco. mgr.)— Ililladcl- 
phla, I'a., IH I. N. Y. City 13. Indi-flulte. 

llarrvninro. Klhel (Churlcs Frubniun, mgr.) — 
' IrfiulHVllh-. Kv„ 8, !l, Leilnglnii 10, Indian- 
apolis, lnd., II, Cincinnati. U.. 1318. 

Ik-llew. Kyrle iLlcblcr k Co., mgra.)— Philadel- 
phia. I'a.. «-18. 

Uurmfurd, Hurry (J. J. Cnleinnn, mgr. )— Athens, 
tin., II. Rome 7. Chattanooga. Teiin., 8. Atlanta, 
(lu.. It, Aimlatoii, Ala.,. 10, Birmingham II, 
Solum IB, Doiho|hj1Ih 14. Montgomery IB, I'en- 
aai-nla. Flu., 10, Mobile, Alu., 17, Meridian, 
MI-h., 18. 

lllahey. llurrv Clay (W. W. Woolfork. mgr.) — 

"HI. IjiuIb. M.i., Ml. Katwua City 12-18. 

lllnilley. Klnreuve (U. K. Korrvater. mgr.)— X. 1. 
City 13-18. , ., „ 

Bunting. Kmuia (Eurl Burgess, mgr.)— McHees- 

DcniK-t'l Mo'iilton (A. I'. Heed, mgr.)— Uasslllon, 

O.. Oil. Ulirleharllle 13-18. 
lleiiiiett-.Monllini (K. 0. Twltcbell, uigr.)— Little 
Ma, Mas... 0-11. .... . „ 

llniiiett-Muullun lira K. Newbnll, mgr.)— Ban- 
gor. Me., 11-11, l>ortlauil J3-I8. 
Dennett Moiiltou (W. A. I'urlello, mgr.)— Athul, 

Mass.. it-ll, Maynard 13-I8. 
Bonnet I Mi.ulton (C. II. Ce.ibu.-k, mgr.)— Pltls- 
Mil, MniM., it-ll. I'eekKklll, It. Y., 13-18. 

Ilruwn. Kirk (4. P. Merrlek. mgr.)— ZaMcavllle, 
O., 0-11, I'urkcrslmrg. Vt. Vu.. 13-18. 

llrlggs, Floyd II. (Torboit *c Wallace, nigra.)— 
l'aragiiuld. Ark.. 0-8, Bluek Uoek 0-11. 

llreekeiirldge, Clni*.. Hark (Kdgur Hurrle. mgr.) 
— Stillwater, Okla., 0-11, Burlleavllle, lnd. 
ly-r.. 13-18. 

Bern lettV Big Www (Billy Ihimclt. mgr.)— Hul- 
liiiul, Muu.. lt-8, Treherue 0-11, Uleiiboru 13-15, 
Oypreaa Hirer 10-18. 

Buike-MeCauii IM. M»-Cniiu. uigr.l— Cleurllild, 
' I'a.. (Ill, llellrfuiite 13-10, Ueuoru 10-18. 

llniiiiuii 8tia-k (Ueo. B. lluraford, mgr.) — Bruu- 
don, Vt.. Oil. . . 

"lieu Ilur" (Klaw & Krlaiiger. mgi^.l— Son 
Kranelnii, Clll., 0-11, Bull JuHC 13-10, S»u 
Diego 111-18. 

"Buster Brown." Knaterti (II. B. Raymond, mgr.) 
— ltutliiiid. VI.. 0. Oruuvllle. N. Y.. 7, Oleua 
1'allK'N, Brheueelndy II, IMutlalmrg 10, HI. Al- 
haiiH. VI.. 11, While lllver JiuielluiiKI. Lehuium 
l4,-('liireliinlit IS. llellowa 1'ulla 10, liecne, N. 
H..17. Brulllelaim. VI., IS. ■ • • . 

•'BiiiiHi «.f Keya" ((Jua Bolliuer mgr.) — AXi«t 

I'olul. MIn... 8. ('anion I'. Jnekniu 10. Nutehn 

•II,. I'url ttllaain 13, Vlekaliurg--I4. '(ireeiiYllle 

I", ■'tiii-einiuoil' M, Clarksdulv 1., Helena, Ark., 

■ 18/ 

"Big llenrlrd Jim." Kllml & Unuolo'a (Frank 
liuuulu, uigr.) — Wllllauiaiiiu't. 1'u., 0. Klmlru, 
N. Y.. 7, I'unilng 8. Wllkeabarre, l'n., 11-11, 
I'utlarllle 13. South Hvlblvuciu II, t'lttaluu 10, 
HiTiiiili.n Itt-18. 

"Bluek Crook" (Miller & I'lolin. mgr.)— Alluuta, 
tin., il-ll, Blmilliglmiii, Alu., 13-18. 

"Beiuily Uoetiir" (Tboa. W. I'rjor, tngr.) — I'ltla- 
Inirg, I'u., 13-18. 

"BaiikerV Child" I Harry Shaniiuii, mgr.) — Rut- 
land. -III.. 8, Mliionk l», Hhellk'ld 12. Chi I City 
13. llraeertllc 11, lirnldwood 10, Dwlght 10, 
LeNliiglim 17. 

"Bowery New* (."IN" (Blraa fc Tut ten, mure.) — 
Liidoga. lml.. 8. \Vlllluiiih|wrt U, Duiiville, III., 
in, Terre llaule. lnd.. 11. 

•'Breeay Time" (Jubn It. Audrew, mgr.)— Kver- 
gui'ii. Mlaa.. 8. 

"llrown'n lu Tim ii," Taylor & reoraoli's (]•', A. 

.lliiym I. mgr. I- ltuekft.nl. III., H, Jollel !>. 

I'llliu Hi. Cheater II, Waahlllgl All'., 12, Ciil'e 

■ ilranlenii 13. Amui. 111.. II, Lie Botu, Mo., 13, 
Hlllelll 111. J.ehtilli.11 18. 

••Befiire mid Afler"- ll.dyoke. Mush.. 10, Hprlng- 
tlcld 13, Wurvealer II. 10, I'rurldeuee, It. 1.. 
1G1S. 

11 

Crime. Wm. II. (Charles I'ruliiunii. mgr.) — Duyton, 
II.. 8. IihIIhiiuih.II*. lml.. U. l-'nrt Wayne, lud.. 
Hi. Tuleth.. C, II. IH-Inill. Mleh., 13-18. 

Curler. Mrs. I,i-slle (David ltelaseo, mgr.) — X. V. 
Clly il-ll. I'lltsliiirg, I'u.. 13-2".. 

Ciin-miiu. Ileurlella (Mnurh'e Campbell, mgr.) — 
l"illiiilell'hln, I'u.. 0-18. 

Coislilnii, Hose (A. I. Hhepanl. mitr.)— Tnronlo, 
Cnn.. OS, SI. Catherines P. Wuudslock 10, 
Uimliiii II. Stratford 13. HI. Thomas 14, 
■Vlmtluiiii IS, 1'iirt Huron, Mleh.. 10, liny City 
17. Kust Huglnaw IS. 

Cvii-orali. June i.Msinii ,\ Bu\ter. uigrs.)— lamia- 
vlll,-. l\y., Oil, Duylun, (»., IS 10, Coluiuhus 
111- IS. 

t'nltler. William (Charles Kroliniaii, mgr.)— I.un- 
ilo ii. Mug.. I'., Indeilnlle. 

I'. .linn, liisi. M. (Sam 11. Hurrla. mgr.) — Brook- 
lyn. X. Y.. Il-ll. N. Y. Clly 13. Imlellnlle. 

Crnrtoa Clurke Mules Muny, ingr. I- I'lilludel- 
l.h l.l, l'n.. oil. 

(Vllliess, ltuls-rt I'lilliiilell'lilu. I'a.. I". IS. 

CIHlird. Billy ((J. V. Wbltuker, iiigr.i— Rleliuioud, 
Vu.. 0-11. 

t'lHik-Chiireh (II. W. Taylor, mgr.)— lunkers, N. 
Y*„ 11-11. I'uterwiii, N. ,1.. 13-18. 

Chiise-I.latei' Theiitre. Southern (('bus. Harrison. 
- iu-rr.l-(lliiniilg«', lml. Ter., (1-8, Tulsa 0-11, 

. Hoiilli MeAMfY J:< »■"'. „ , .. , 

t'.irnell ill.-.U (W. I'. Ccinell, mgr.l— \ onilcrrrlft, 
I'a.. c II. 

Cradne-Nevllle (Clias. II. Xevillo. mnr.)— Dun- 
kirk. X. V., il-ll. Tlnisvllle, l'n.. litis. 

t'l.l.'ug» Hloek (Chos. II. ItiwsKiini, inur.i- Xllea. 
-<l. Oil. Ne»- Co.lle. l'n.. I3IS. 

CV-IHj!' t.'-:-i"' •!•• 'f. A ll'll m;-r. •--ll.l-» 

Y ll -f. n.«_- IT;;..!;.?.. '.:-!... 

r^a^sttMttlr^fjartti r aeafsf i r»t. >- 

**a3&l 'f*!llV."" T.i«=« •ZitiJT 7 ' t*"l» 
.-■-t-.-.j— Kiwtri. X J-. MX. S.-i;i:. i. N. v.. 

•JnlltSf V-'Ifc-'-.' WrtteM iHe^r.r V Sl-JJf. 
*jgr.l — Bcauccnt. Tag., £. Hom-ton 8. Oalve*- 
tan 10. San Antonta II, 12. AuMIn IS, Warn 
II, Dallas 1,".. 10, l-'nrt Werlb 17, Oklshouiu 
Clli. Oklu.. 18. 

"Coiiutv Clialiiiiiin." K ai' lar a (Henry W. Savage, 
li.gr.l — I'lltsileld. Mam.. S. Kprlugllehi II. 
Neuiiorl. II. I.. 10, Woteesler. Muss.. II, Bos- 
ton 13-23. 

•Vounlv t'halrni " Wi-sleru I Henry W. Sump-. 

ingr. i— Utile It.H-k. Ark.. 7. JI..I Springs s. 
Texarkaun H. Dallas. TeJ., |». II 

"Cbeekers" iTbe Kllke Iji Slielle Cm, ingrs. i 
BuH'Uyu. K. t- 8-11. Uiiillnrteu. VI., JO, 

•'Csuatry. KW iU, 8, Wtituikw. nit.)-****. 



vlltc, III., 8, l'lnekneyrlllc 0. Du Quolu 10, 
■Vuruliyahoro 11. Cheater 13, Waterloo 14. Kaat 
St. l.oula 15, Ht. Charles, Mo., 10, Warrenlon 
17, Mexico 18. 

"Child Wife," W. T. Keogu'a— I'hlladejpbla, Pa., 
Oil. 

"Clluiuian" — Cbaltunooga, Temi., 10, UdoztIIU 

"Cualcr'a I.uat Klgbt" (I'rank 0. Rhode*, mgr.)— 

I'ltlsliurg, I'a., U-11. Culumliiis, O-. 13-15. 
"Ojiifeualon of a Wife" (A. II. WoudH, ingr.) — 
Buffalo. X. Y., 0-11. Toronto, Can., 13-18. 

"Child Sluves of New York" <J. P. Kckhordt, 
mgr.)— Hbllndelphla, I'a., 0-11, Syracuse, N. Y., 
13-15. Bocbeater 10-1 R. 

"Convict Daugtlvr." K.I. Salter's (W. T. Hoyer, 
ingr.) — Sioux City, la.. 0. llartlngtan, Nebr., 
7, Wayne 8. Bloonilngtoo 0, Wauaa 10, Ran- 
dolph 11. Multifield 13, Pierce 14. Norfolk 10, 
Weat Point 10, Wlancr 17, Elgin 18, 

"Curse of Drink" (Charles K Bliine/ Amuse. 
Co.. nigra.) — Wilmington. Del., 0-8, Camden, 
N. J.. 0-11. Trenton 18-10. 

"Craaslng"— La Crosse, Wis., 8, Milwaukee 9-11, 
D 

Drew, John (Charles Prohmnn, mgr.) — Merlden, 
Conn., 8, Bridgeport 0, SprlugOcld, Masa., 10, 
Waterhury, Conn.. 11, Hartford 13, I'lttsflcld, 
Masa., 14, Kehenecludy, X. Y., 10, Utlca 16, 
Albany 17. Truy 18. 

D'Orany. Lawrence (Daniel Krobman, mgr.) — 
Hcbeitectady, N. Y., 0. Anburn 7, Itbacu 8, 
Syraeuae 0, Roclumter 10. 11. 

Dlxey, Henry E. (W. N. Lawrence, mgr.)— N. Y. 
City 0, Indefinite. 

Daly. Arnold— N. Y. City 0-18. 

Doone, Allen (Keuney & Westfall. mgra.)— Erie, 
Pa., 8, Ashtabula, ()., 0, Youngatown 10, Ha- 
tavl.i, N. Y.. 1-1, neuera 14, Oawcgo 15, Ful- 
ton 10. Ctlca 17, Cohoea 18. 

Dure. Jane (Juaeuli King, mgr.) — Mlehawaka, 
lud.. 8. CoHbeii 0, Wjtsuw 10, Port Wayne 11, 
Houlli Bend 14. 

Dudley. Prunk— Aberdeen, Miss., Oil, West Point 
13-fb. 

De Voiide. Chcaler, Slock (Phil Lcry, mgr.)— 
Wllllamsiwrt, Pa., 13-18. 

Do Pew-liurdetle (Tbos, E. Dc Pew, mgr.) — Sa- 
vannah. On.. 0-11. Augnsla 13-18. 

"Duvld Durum" (Julius Calm, mgr.) — Toronto. 
Can., O-l I. Buffalo, X. Y . 13-1H. 

"DuvM Haruin," Siwvlal (Julius Culm, mgr.) — 
Hebenectudy, N. Y., 8, Albany 0-11, Glover*, 
villi- 13, Amsterdam 14, Utlca 10, Auburn 10, 
(leiievu 17, Bliigliaintoii 18. 

"Dnrllog of the Oods" (David Belasco, mgr.) — 
WusbUigtoii, D. C, Oil, PblUdclpbla, Pa., 13- 
18. 

"Devil's Auction" (Chas. II. Yule, mgr.)— Terre 
Huule. lud.. 8. Purls, III.. 0. Muttoou 10. De- 
catur II, l.lnisilii 13. Sprlnglleld M. Jurkioa- 
vlllii 15, gulney 10, Iluiuilbal, Mo., 17, Muberly 
IS. 

"Dura Thome." A. Rowlimd k ClIDunl'a (Harry 
May.i, MT.I — Holyoke. Muss., lt-8. Turners 
Culls 0. Belh.ivu Pulls, VI.. 10. Briittleboro 11, 
llouslek Pulls, N. Y.. 13, Hbelburue Palls, 
Muss., 14. PuuglikviiHile. X. Y„ 15, Klugstuu 
17, l-'l»liklll-oti-lludson 18. 

"Doni T:iorue." B. Itinvlaiid & Clifford's (D. 8. 
llnrliiiuii. .mur.) — Bui'-'icHbum, Pa., 8, Wlr.il- 
Imr II. Illalrvllle 11, Hoiuei-set 13, Meyersilule 
U, I'niHtlHjri;, Md., IS. Murliiisburg, W. Va., 
lit. W.'iyneals.ro. I'u.. 18. 

"Ikira Tbume." (!, Rowland & ClIfford'H (Kred 
Sins Hi. mgr.) — MurguiiOehl. K.v., 8, Murltui 
II. Pulton 10, Cairo III., 11, Charleston. Mo., 

14, Oran 14, Stkealun 10, New Madrid 10, 
Cnruiliersvllle 17, Kcuiiclt 18. 

"Dora Tlioruo," D. Ruwlaud & Clifford's If,. K. 

Pend. ingr.)— Pnrmer City, III., 8, Leroy (I. 

Kl l'i-o HI, Slreutor 11, (Inlva 13, Kewai-ec 

1', Princeton '.0, JJoudota 10, Aiuboy 17, 01- 

uiv.-a 18. 
"Dom Thome." E, Rowliind &. CllfTord's (W. T. 

(lusklil, mgr.) — Pngeiie, Die.. 8, .Meilfonl 3, 

Olilcu. Cut.. 10, Itedwooxl Clly 12. Moulerry 

Kl. Kalliiua 14, San Luis Obispo 10, Isiiupjo 

HI. S.inia Itiirliarn 17. Veiitui-u 18. 
"I'uiiKi'is id Working Olrls" (A. II. Woods, mgr.) 

N. Y. City 0-11. Ilrouklyn. X. Y„ 1.1-18. 
"Down by tin- Hen" (H. W. CumlM, mgr.) — Mar- 

MiH'lle, M lili.. s, Ishpemliig V. 1 liineoek 10, 

I'liliiiiiel II. Ironwuod 13. Asbluud, Wis.. 14. 

Washburn 10, Diilulh, Minn., 10, Suoerlur, 

Wis.. 17, Lraliu-nl, Minn., 18. 
"ImncTBte Chuiiee" IMIItiiilhul l'.rjs. Auiute. 

Co.. mgrs. )-~Is.ulsvllIe, Ky., nil. 
"Heaver Extircss" (It. J. lluvencroft. mgr.) — 

IVuiiercv, Uu., 8, Wluder 0, Mourve 10, Corllig- 

tou II. 
"Denver Et|iress" (It. J. ltiivencroft, mgr.) — 

Shuii.okln I'u., 8, York II, Itoyersvllle 10, Nor- 

rlstowu II, I'ottstuwii 13, Shenandoah 14. 
"Diamond King" (licecber tc Varney, nigra.)— 

Itlehwiiisl, O.. 8. Crbutia 0. Tliipeeauoc Clly 10. 

itrwiivllle II. Muryvillu 13, Dayton (Soldiers' 

I linnet 14, Wushlngtun Court lloiiie 15, St. 

Paris 10, Sprlugfleld 17, 18. 
13 
EIII..II. Muslue. (C. 11. Dllllnghum, ingr.)— X. V. 

CUV 0,. ludehlllte. 

Edeson, .Robert (Henry 11. Ilorrls. mgr.)— Oil- 

eng",' Hi;;. 0-18, .MIuueaiHills, Minn., 111-22, St. 

I'anl 1SI-20. ' ■ -,- • ' •"-• 

Eclipse Sioik (l.luyd & <Jenler, 'nigrs.T- -(.corge- 

town." TeV,.Min. -Snilllivllle 12-11, Baslrup 10, 

I n.-l.a (Irifilgi! 17. 18. 
la-kliunlfu Pleuls lUllver J. Kekluir.ll. mgr.)— 

Tulare, Cul„ 0-8, Vlscullu U-11, Puilcrsvlllu 

13-18. 
Ewlng, Cerlrude — Creenvllle. Tex., 0-11, MeKlu- 

twy 13-18. 
Elilers' Hioek (Wright & Khlera. mgrs.) — Keo- 
kuk, I"., 8-11, Port Madison 13-18. 
Edsiill-Wliithmpc Sttsik (D. B. lidsull, ingr.) — 

Aslievllle, X. C, 0-11. 
"Education of Mr. Plji|i" (Selvrsler Magulrc, 

mcr.j- -Wiishliigton, D. C, Oil, Uiiltliuuvc, 

Mil., 1318. 
"Kyi- Witness," Lincoln J. Carlnr's (Eiliniiud 

Jl.mley, mgr.)— Clerelulid, O., Oil, Buffalo, 

E >".. 1318. 
"Elevenlh lliaic," Lincoln J. Curler's (Chan. A. 

Sellou. mgr.)— Wheeling. W. Vu.. 0-8. Steuben- 

vllfe, ll.. 0, Yuuiigstowu II, Nilis 13, Beaver 

Pulls 13, Meudvllle 10, Priiiiklln 17, Oil Ulty 

1H. 
"1-J« ii lloldeu" (W. E. Seiiiiiinuii. mgr.) — I/)- 

nilu, <»., 7, Elyi-lu 8. Ciuiluii U. Coskocdm lu, 

Ni'Wark II, (Inlloii 13. Kriituii 14, SauUusky 

10. l-'i.'li.rla HI, Lima 17. St. Mnrys 18. 
"l-:iKhi Bells." Briw. Byrne — Baltimore, Md., 0- 

11, Jersey Clly, N. J.. 13-18. 
"lilernal Clly" (Llebler & Co., uigrs.)— (Jruud 

lluplils, Mleh., U, 10, 

If 

Klske, Mrs. (Ilnrrlsuii ilrey Plske, mgr.) — Balti- 
more. Mil.. U-11, Cliii'liuuilt, (I., 13-18. 

Fuvcrsluim. Wm. (Llebler h Cu., utgre.) — N. Y. 
CKy 0, liuletllille. 

Plseher, Alice (P. C. Whlluey. mgr.)— Albuliy, 
X. V. S. Kluilrii U, TiTHIon, X. .1., It. 

Frankeiilleld, Lunru (Sanfurd Dodge, mgr.) — 
lliiiiklnsiui, X, Dak., 8, Lldgerwuod II. Oaken 10, 
La Moure 11, Llslsui 12. Fergus Palls, Minn., 

15, Wahpetun, X. Dak., 10. 
Fenla-rg Htis-k ((leu. M. Penberg. mgr.)— New 

Louihui. ('.inn.. 0-11, Pllrhburg, Muss.. 13-18. 

Ki'iila-rg Stis-k I Will Desholi, mgr. I — Woousocket, 
It. I.. II II. Holyoke, Muss.. 13-18. 

l'Mi-uilng. Minnie (W. It. Uruec)'. mgr.) — Ulng- 
llniiiiuii. X. Y.. Oil. 

Klske, Mn.v (John Cosgrorc, mgr.) — Qlouccslrr, 
Mas*.. (Ml. Lewisluii. Me.. 13- Is. 

I-'lvnii Htis.k (llulpli A. Wunl. mgr.)— Luuienee, 
Mass.. •! II, Hover. X. II.. 13-18. 

Flillull Bros.' Slock (Jack P. Itllncs. uigr.)— -Kl- 
■lurad... Kan., Oil. MePlur.-vn 13-18. 

Prvmont Slo.li (W. II I'reinuut, mgr.) — Adrlau, 
Mich.. 0-11. 

"Pl-iinliig Arrow," Lincoln J. Carter's (W. l p . 
Jackson, mgr.) — Kligsluu. Cnn.. 8. ottuwii ti- 
ll. ilswei.li. X. Y.. U. I'tleu t4. Cnliocs 18. 
North Adtiiiia. Mass., 10. Woonsorket, R, I., 17, 
Smith I'ramlngham, Mr.<-i., IS. 

"I'ui't." Potter J. White's— Stevens Point, Wis.. 
S. Ran Claire I). Red Wluc. Mum.. 10, Marsh- 
Held 11. rtakkaKb, Wlf... 12. Rlp.li 13. P.irt.ice 
11. Toiiiiih 10. ItiTslsluirg HI, IIixkmIh-I 17, Mad- 
Kon is. 

•T.ul %\ ■-•(•Hi*— .'" W-ilrra, Suiliv,,,,. Harris- ft 
v -U.-'— I !!:!•• H !.t •' " i. !•!•! Iff" :> Ms 
■■•:*!:!!: 10 v!::'l:". '! O 1 :!!:;- -. !!'. tZ, . r .?ru'- 
t**"!ci*li' >ic'r*Lr^ !»" Tlf-'i:*::.' ii'. {'S lliv'o 
•:."C:A: skiu.ii. :£ 
•r.-.i* ::u- :- Xiw v.. - . • ( a. ::. Wiiii, ts« ,• 

— E.-wii'.-a, K. V . C-ll, vi.r.iii. jr. J. 14- 

15 Wilratn^tio ll-U. 
"Pisbtlng Fate." fle.^. E. filll'a (Wm. Ryan. 

merl — Bnllliiiore, Md.. Oil. 
"Puntusina" (Wm. A: Milliard I lmili.ti. mgrs.) — 

Cleveland. (I.. OIL Pittsburg, Ph.. 13-18. 
"for Ills Bn.thiv"* Crime" (Chas. K. Dinner 

Ahiiis.-. Isi.. mg.-s. I- -Itvsl'.u. Mass.. OH, llul- 

joke 13-10. MiuH'liester. K. II.. ln-18. 
'•I'linuy Mr. Dis.le.v." (Ins Hill's (Pn-il Rider. 

i.iur.i — Si. 1,01.1s. >|o., ,",-ll, Kiuisii-, Clly 12- 

18. 
"1'illy I'rtlv" (llilil Jiuold. mgr. » — Sew Culle. 

led., s, Tlldi.il li. AleMiiiilrla In. Mneuii 11. 

Pranllerl 13, VcederatanS 14 lodoga 1". 

C;aw£»:»Viviy B 16, ^oVobo IT, Lp-it&spoct 1$, 



a 

Ouudwln, N. C. (Charles Krubman. mgr.) — Waah- 

Inglon, D. C, 0-11, Trenton, N. J., 13. 
Ullletlc. Wllllaoi (Clmrlea Frobman, mgr.)— 
London, Kug.. 0, tnUcrJnltc. 

Grace Oinrgc (Wm. A. Brady, mgr.)— Philadel- 
phia. Ph.. 0-1 1, Cleveland, O., 13-18. 

Oalluud, Bertha (Duvld llelaaco, mgr.)— Brook- 
lyn, N. Y„ 0-11, Cleveland, O.. 13-18. 

Oruy. Julia- Lincoln J. Carter's (P. T. Wallace, 
mgr.) — urlimell. la.. 8, Tama 0. Traer 10, 
Iowa Falls 11. Boouc 13, Perry 14, Add 18, 
lies Moines 10-18. 

Gallatin, Alberta (Kane, Slilpinan t Colvln, 
nigra.)— Holly Springs. Mlts., 8, Memphis, 
Tenn., 0, Cairo, III., 10, Carbondnlo 11, Cell- 
trolla 13, Jefferson City, Mo., 14, Warrcus- 
buri 13, Kansas City 10-18. 

Griffith. John (John M. Hlckey, mgr.)— Dayton, 
O., 8, areenvllle 0, Hamilton 10, New Castle, 
lnd., II, Franklin 13. Columbus 14, Madison 
13. Seymour 10. Bloomingtou 17. Bedford 18. 

Gllruore, Paul (Jules Murry, nwr.)— Masslllon, 
O., 0, Parkeraburg, W. Va., 7, Porovmoutk, 0., 
8. Huntington. W. Vu.. 0, Staunton, Va., 11, 
Roanoke 13, Richmond 15, 10. Xorfolk 17. 18. 

Gllmore. Barney (Havlln 4 Nlcolal. uigre.) — 
Hartford, Conn.. 0-1 1, X. Y. City 13-18. 

Grapewln. Chas. K. (Frank Howe Jr., mgr.)— 
Philadelphia, I'u.. 0-11, Boston, Mass.. 13-18. 

Glaier, Vaugban- (Shuburt Brou., ingrB.)— New. 
nrk, N. J.. 0-20. 

Glfford-llaerlng Stock (Glfford k Hnerlng, ogre.) 
— Stocktoit, III., 0-11. Hanover 13-18. 

Guy Stock (Chaa. W. -Mercer, ingr.) — QrceuOeld, 
lml., 0-11, Alexandria 13-18. 

Click Stock (Harry Ollck, ingr. )— Brockhaven, 
Mlsi., 0-11. ' 

"Olria Will He Girls" (Wm. A. Brady, mgr.)— 
Brooklyn. X. Y.. 0-11. X, Y. City 13-18. 

"Girl of the Street" (Decker & Veronee, nigra.)— 
llarrlahurg. Pa., 0-8, Pottatown I), Lancaster 
10, XorrlsKwii 11. Wilmington, Del., 13-10, 
Conidcii. X. J.. 10-18. . . 

"Gypay Girl," W. T. Kcogb'ii — Cuutoii, 0., 8, 
Akron ll. - 

"Gay New York." Gum Hill's (Chas. Burlon, 
mgr.)— Jeiwv Clly. X. J., 0-11, New Loudon, 
Conn.. 13, Norwich 14, Merlden 10, Bridge- 
port 1018. ' , .,„ 

"Gay Miitlni-c Girl" (W. C. Cunnur, mgr.)— SIH- 
fonl. X. II. , 8. Xnshuii P. Oarduer, Mass., 10. 
Pltrliburg 11. Tnruera Palls 13. -Ware 14, Wal- 
llmiford, Conn.. 13, Brlalol 10. Rockvlllc 18. 

"Genius und the Model" (Win. G. Stewart, pigr.) 
— Detroit, Mleh., 5-11. Brooklyn, N. X., 13-18, 
II 

Haekett. James K.. aud >Iary Muunerlug — N. Y. 
City il, hiilciliilie. 

Unri.isl, Virginia (Chnrlcs Proluuan, mgr.)— 
Baltliiiore. Md., 20-23. 

Holland, .Mildred (Edward 0. While, mgr.)— 
S.rall lli'iul. lml.. S, Lu Poi-te !l. Elkhart 10, 
Bi'iitou Ilarlmi-, Mich.. 11. Rnclni', Wis.. 13, 
Slieliocguu 1-1. I'ond .lu Luc 15, Osbkusb 10, 
Kcciiali 17. lirei'ii Buy IS. ... 

Hlgglus, David (E. D. Slulr, mgr.)— Loudun, 
Cun., 0. ..... 

Ilaiifurd. Clmrlcs 11. (P. Lawrence Walker, mgr.) 
— Unrlitigtuii. la., 8. oulucy. III., P. Kirks- 
vllle, Mo.. 10, S-.sliilln 11. Ottajv... Kan., 13, 
lola II. Pursoiis 13, Muskogee, lnd. Ter., 10, 
Hhuwuce. Okla.. 17. Tecuniseb 18. 

Iluward Hull (Henrv Plemun, iult.1 — Ouiohn, 
Nel.i'.. 8. Dee Molues, lu., u-11, Chicago, 111., 
1"-Dci* I 

Heuilrlcka, "Ben (Win. Gray, ingr.) — Marquette, 
Mleh.. 7. lshis-iulng 8, Ashland. Wis., 10, 
Washburn 11. Iron River 12. SuiK-rlor 13, Do- 
Int'n, Minn., 14, 15, ChipiHiwa Fulls, Wis., 10, 
Mciinmuiile 17, Winona, Minn.. 18. 

Hull, Jessie May (Ed. II. Lester, mgr.)— Colum- 
bus. Qu 0-8. Toledo 0-11, ludlu'inpolis, lud., 
13-13. Torre Haute 10. 

Huntings, The Pour (Hurry Dull, mar.)— Wash- 
ington, l'n.. 10. Way ne* burg 11. Vuloiitown 13. 
MuiTimtown. W. Vu.. 14. Clurksbiirg 15. Cou- 
nellsvllle. l'n., 10, Monoligaheln 17, Churlerol 
18. 
nimiiieleln's Ideuls (John A. Illuuuelelu, ingr.) — 

Y'-aiiigslown. U, 0-11. Altooliu, Pa.. 13-18. 
Ulniiiieluln'H , Imperial Stock (R. V. lllmmcleln, 
iikt.i— Cliarlotle, Mich., 0-11, EILhart, lnd., 
13-18. 
limit Stock (M. A. Hunt, mgr.)— Mouroc, Mich., 

0-11. , . 

Henderson. Mnuil (Joseph Parent, mgr.)— Irou- 

ttuod. Mleh.. 7-11. Phillip*. Wis.. 13-18. 
Hurllsuii. W. It., end Kara Prllchette (Ueo. L. 
Murbu, mgr.)— Juckson, 0-, OS, Pomcroy 0- 

llivt's Coineiii- (II. G. Allen, mgr.)— New Or- 
leans, .La., 0-111.. . . 

Ha in i moid. I'uulliie (Cllflun Wbltmnn, ingr.) — 
Truro, X. S.. 0-11. Sprlnglleld 13-20. 

Ulllnun, Sliiude (IV. A. Dillon, mgr.J^-Oneontn, 
N. Y., 13-18. 

Illlhmiu, May, Slock (Itosx-iur & Schnabel, mgra.) 
— 1 ,1'lu imn, Pu.. Oil. 

llnrvi'V & Hugi' Slock (Harvey & Gage, mgm.)— 
Xorlh Adiillis, Mass., 0-11, I'lltsileld 13-1S. 

Ileiflerwiu Stock' (VV. J. &, It. It. Henderson, 
Man*.)— Statu Center, lu.,- 0-11, Cedar- ltuplds 
13-15. ■ •: .- ■■ • • • • .••• . '. . ' 

Hollliigi.ivortli -Twins ( Lv.w Cli'usoii, • ingr.)— Dnl- 
ton. '.in,'. r 0-11.* ■ '-■-.. ' •■ ' ... 

lllllvi-r/s Crack o' 'Jack 1 Comedy (Clark Hlllyer. 
ingr (—Mount Airy. N. C, Oil, Btirllnglou 
13-18. 

Hill Sloel;— Carlisle, lud., 0-11. Oukiuwn 13-18. 

"Il.ime Polks" IKluw k Erluuger, mgra.) — Chi- 
CIKO. III.. OIK. 

"llunipty Duiuply" (Klaw k Erlaugir, mgrs.) — 
Chleugo, HI.. 0, Indefinite. 

"licit- to the lloornli" (The Klrke La Khelle Va., 
mgrs. I — Clinton, In., 8. Dubiuiue 0, Cedur lisp- 
Ids 111, Des Moines tl, (Intuitu, Neb., 12-10, 
Lincoln 10, SI. Joseph, Mo., 17, Topeka, Run., 
18. 

"lleurt ut Chicago," Lincoln J. Car til's (John 
Wlilteley. mgr.j— Danville. III., 8, Arcolo II, 
Term Huule 10, 11, Sprlnglleld, III., 12, Blooin- 
iugtuii 13, Jlnsou City 14. Petersburg in. 
liiiii-dsli.in. 10, I'lltsileld 17. Hannibal, Mo., 18 

"Ilenrt ot Murylund" (Duvld Beluscu, uigr.) — 
lluflulo, N. Y„ 0-11, llrudford, Pu., 13, Com- 
ing, X. Y., 14, Auburn 15, Oswego 10, Ding- 
liumtoii 17, llhiicu 18. 

"How Itinirb: Are Droken" (J. K. Clifford, uigr.) 
— llurltonl, Ciiiin.. 0-8, New Haven 0-11, New- 
ark, N. J-. 13-18. 

"House of Myslery" (Mltteulliul Urns.' Amuse. 
Co., nigra.) — Indianapolis, lud., OS, Duytou, 
l>., Il-ll, CIcvehiiHl 13-18. 

"Her Wedding Day" (Jiuuea Wall, mgr.) — Mil- 
waukee. Wis., 0-1 1. 

"Honest Heurls," Kllint & Guaiolo's (Win. Mar- 
ble Jr., mgr.)— Onkluiid, CaL, 11, 12, Los 
Cuius 13, Walsoiivllle 11, Suutu Cruz 15, Sau 
.Iu-<: lti-18. 

"ll-jly Clly," Kust, Gordon & Dennett's (Edw. 
Tiivlor, mgr.) — Mcyersdule. I'u., 8, Suotldule P. 
Mount Pleusalll 10, Washington 11, Uruddocl," 
13, Johnstown 14. Windbcr 16, Buruesboro 10, 
lListluus 17, Kane 18. 

"lloiv lluxler Butted In" (Vance k Sullivan, 
nigra.)— Philadelphia, Pa., 0-11, X. Y. City 13- 

"lionrw of Gold" (Phil limit, mgr.)— X. Y. City 
0-11. 

"Human lleints." l'.aslern (Jesse M. Ulaneliortf, 

inrr.)— Ashltuid, I s, Slieniiiidonli ll, Friv- 

laiid 10, lltirlel.Mi II. Miiiieh (3iuitk 13, Lhiis- 
f. ml 11. Pottstowii 10, Bethlclieni 10, Culutuhln 
IT, Lancaster 18. 

"Hiiinaii Heurls." Western (Wm. P. Riley, mgr. I 
— .Morrison. 111.. H. Clinton ll. Frccpurt 1". 
Itneklaiid II. Wniikcguii 12. P.lgln 13, Annua 
It, Juliet 15, Ulluwu 10, Stivutor 17, Dluuui- 
Inglon 18. 

"lliiiiiau llenrts," Sotilhcrn (Jay Sluinis, mgr ) 
— New Orleans La., 0-11, New Iberia 13, 
Crowley II. Lake Charles 15, Beaumont, Tex., 

til. Cnlveslou 17, lloui ton 18. 

"Honaler Girl" (Gus (Vihan. mgr.) — Mount 

Ple.r-.int, MlCh., 8, Srnllvlllo 10, I.lldlli|;lon 

tl. Green Bay, Wis., 12, Amherst 13. Stevei.i 
Point 11. Two Rivers IS, Port Washington 1C, 
Tliiclur- 17, WniiKegnn, HI., IS. 

"II 'spnii Henri" (King k Perkins, mgrs.) — 

Fairmont. Minn . s. Munknto P. Wlniieliiiuu 
Cllv 10. Pnliilill. Ii. II. Sm-'i Clly 13. Ullf- 

lilt utile, ll. '.'•:■.-• C!'r !.'■ o.iim? 10. 
v..., it t.i-i'.z::i !i 
"SsKiBS '-:: !*» JtA, X:i.m It &4PC3*tn> 

i".-!t;.c-i' j'.C?. Zi~- i. tis'.s Assa 9, Osiris; 

I". S:; . ! .2g;-:i ;;. Sttwrai li, Cisi^r 

It. Sts'flii.vvttK- IS, y.'.Zj;--'. WcUi :i. Wn:i- 

-rforrl 17, D^Jtar 1£. 
"Hl« Father's Sin" (Jed Carlton. mgr.>— Adair, 

1h., 8. Anela V. W.iluut 10, Shelby I], Neola 

12. 
•'Hiuiiaii Slaie." Hnifiiie WfmSmtf* (Hun Mnc 

inlllon, tngr. i— Portland, lire., Oil. Pe Kll, 

Wnsl:.. 13. South Iteud It, Kltnu 10, Ilo- 

■Ullali. Id. (>l.ilephl 17, Kent 18. 
"linns llulisuu" (James T. JlcAlplu. iiiei-,1-- 

llnrallinuso. III.. 8. Wlnrheslec l>. Itluffs IP, 

fiiij t"ii I'. Mount Sterling 13. Cuuip Point II. 

\ iiirii-lri IS. ISoiven HI. DuHns Clly 17. Puriu- 

llUtMll IS 

"Uer Plrsl r*lm Step." C. P. wmukar'a—Ts- 

CJlW, C*n., 6-11, PWUdeinbJj, Pa., 1S-18. 



"Iluppv Hwllgiiu's Trhi Around Iho World'* Gn» 
Hill's (Jw Petiliigill. mgr.) — Galesburg, III., 
8. Peoria 0, Ottuwa 10, Juliet 11, Chicago 12- 
18. 

"Hooligan's Troubles" (Arthur J. Ayleaworlh, 
mgr. i — Seattle, Wash., 0-11, Portland, Ore., 
12-18. 

I 

Irwin, Mm— Burlington, la., 10, Cedar Buplda 

11. I'corln. III.. 17. 
International Stock (Harris I.umbcrg. mgr.)— 

Jamestown, X. Y.. Il-ll, Lockport J3-18. 

"In the Bishop's Carriage" (Llebler * Co., mgrs.) 
St. Paul. Mlun., 5-11, Mliinenpolla 12-18. 

"Irish Pawnbrokera" (Mnck & Speora, mgrs.)— 
Iiowajlu.-. Mich., 8. Benton Harbor 0. Mich- 
igan City. lnd., 10, Valparalao 11, Hammond 

12, Clinton, la.. 13, Dubuque 14, Oelwcln 10, 
Deeorah 10, Mason City 17, Dodge City 18. 

"In Old Virginia" (W. C. Ware, mgr.)— Newton, 

la.. 18. , „ 

"In New York Town." Ilnrtlg k Scainon a (l.oney 

IJaakcll. mgr.)— Jersey City, N, J., 0-11, 

Brooklyn. N. Y., 1318. 
"I. O. V.." Kolb mid Dill— Chicago, 111., 3-11, 

UlncluiiulL O.. 12-18. 
"Iniliana Pollai"— Fort Dodge, la., 8. 
"Ikey and Aby" — Enaton, Pa., 10. 

J 
Jefferson, Thomas (C. B. Jefferson, mgr.) — Wllkca- 

Barre, Pu., P. Brooklyn, X. Y.. 13-18. 
Jefferson, Joseph Jr. &.Wm. W. (Victor Harmon. 

mgr. 1— Texarknna, Ark., 8, Plue Bluff 9, Hot 

Springs 10, Little Rock 11. Memphis, Tetin., 13, 

Jackson 14, Nnehvillc 15, Chattanooga 10. 

Knoxvllle 17, Lexington, Ky., 18. 
Jolinaon, Gruci — Vancouver, Wash.. 0-8. 
"Jolly American Tramp" (H. p. Frankllu, mgr.) 

— Denver, Colo., 5-11. 
"Jerry from Kerry," Patten k Perry's — Lacomb, 

N. W. T„ Can.. 11. Wctusklwin 13, Stratacona 

14, Edmonton 10, 10. 

K 
Knllsch, Ilerlha (Harrison Grey Flake, mgr.) — 

N. Y. Clt.V 0, llldellnlte. 

Kuott. Itoselk' (Kane, Slilpiuon & Colvlu, mgrs.) — 
Tiicoiub; Wash., 8. Olymplu 0, Portland, Ore., 
10, II, Eugene 13, Salem 14, The Dallas 10, 
Pendleton 17, Walla Wallu. Waah.. 18. 

Kendall. F.xra (Llebler & Co., mgrs.) — Chicago, 
III., 5-18. 

Kellar, Hie Great (Dudley McAdow, mgr.)— To- 
ledo, O., .vs. Elkhart, lnd., 0, Kalamazoo, 
Mleh., 10. Wuukegiin, III., II. 

Kurroll. Dot LL C. Welsh, mgr.) — Suloni, Masa., 
0-1 1. Lynn 13, 14, Gloucester 15-18. 

Kennedy, Jaaics (O. E. Wee, mgr.) — Watcrvlllc, 
Me.. 0-11. Bangor 13-18. 

KliigHlc.v-Rti.si.eIl, Northern (Sum M. Lloyd, mgr.) 
- Chllllcothe, 111.. 0-11, Bushnell 13-15, Lu 
Uuriw 10-18. 

KcrUiolMllllniiui (Ivan Kerkhoff, uigr.) — Smith 
Ci'hter, Kim., 0-11. 

Ketuiisly. John J. (Tom Dclcvun, mgr.) — Balti- 
more, Md. 0-11. 

"King of the Opium Ring" (Chas. E. Blaucy 
Amuse. Co.. mgrs.) — Chleugo. III., Oil. 

"King ot Trumps, 1 ' Eastern (Empire Amuse. Co., 
mgis.) — Kane, I'u., 8, Mount Jewell 0. Saht- 
tuuiicu, X. Y., in, Oleuu It, Joniestown 13, 
Friendship 14, Wellsvillc IS, Iloruellsrllle 10, 
Peiin Van 17, Geneva IS. 

"Kit Canton" (Thus. P. Wiedemann, mgr.) — 
Mndlll. lnd. Ter., 11, Dciilson, Tex.. IS, Van 
Alstyue 14, McKlnuey 10, Plauo 10, Ferris 17, 
Kimls 18, Itlcu 10. 

I, 

Lueknye. Wlllou (Win. A. Brndy, mgr.)— St. 
Joseph. Mo., 8, Kansas City 0-11. Fort Smith. 
Ark., 13, Little Rock 14, Hot Springs 10, Mem- 
phis, Tenn., 10-18. - 

Lorhuer, Wright (Wm. A. Brady, mgr.) — Balti- 
more. Mil., 0-1S. 

Luralne, Robert (C. B. Dillingham, mgr.) — N. 
Y. City 0. Indefinite. 

Leslie, Uosahele (Sim Allen, mgr.) — Cumberland, 
Md., nil. Washington. Pu.. 1.1-18. 

U'Wls, Dorothy (Johii Mac. uigr.) — Portchcstcr, 
X. V.. 0-1 1. Xew Kochcllc 13-18. 

Long, Frank K.. Slock — Gland Rupida, Wis., 6- 

11. Merrill 13-18. 
Lyceum Comedy (Al. S. Evuns. mgr.) — Brldge* 

IKirl. O.. OIL Muiiudsvllb-, W. Vu., 13-18. 

Lyceum Stuck IE. G. Grosjciin, mgr.) — Brown- 
wood, Tex., 0-11, Coleman 13-18. 

Lockcs, Tliu (Will II. lxcke. mgr.) — Pursoiis, 
Kim.. (1-8, l-'ieduulu 0-11, Madison 13-10. Eure- 
ka 10-18. 

Lu lteuno, Eva, Stock (Hurry Lu Reunc, mgr.) — 
Morrlstowu, Tenn., 0-8. 

Leslie, Fuyc (11. K. Brown, mgr.) — Manchester, 
Vt., 0-11, Briiuduu 13-18. 

"Little Grey Lndy" (Maurice Campbell, mgr.) — 

"I, Ion mid .tin- Mouse'' (Henry B. Harris, mgr.) 
— Ronton, Muss.,. 0-18. . 

"Little Juhuiiy Jones" (C. C. Stuniui. mgr.) — 
Iowa Clly, lu., 8, Burlington 0, Canton, III., 

10, Ciile.burg 11, Iluiinltiul, Mo., 13, Keokuk, 
in,, 11. gulney, HI., 10, Alton 10, Jeffersun 
City, Mo.. 17. Nevuda IS. 

"lokt lu u Big Clly" (A; II. Wood, mgr.)— M. 
Y. City 0-11, Waterhury, Conn., 13, 11, Brldgo- 
. port 10- 18. 

"LtlOc 'Uudu'slead" (Win. ' Mucuiitcy, ingr.)^— 
Cltifi'iiioiv, lud.' Ter.', 8 ,'Knld.' Okla.,' P.' Arktib- 
siis Cliy.:Kdii..'ll>'. WliiHelil'11. 'idfhrle.' Okhi., 
IS.'NurniHii '13, ShnwncV 10. SOdth McAletllef, 
lnd. Ter., 17, Muskogee 18. 

"Little Ontcust," K. J. CariH'iiter'H (It. P. Rut- 
lislge, mgr.) — Xaviisotii, Tex., 8, Cameron t', 
Ciildwell 10, Bretihum 11, Lake Charles, La.. 

12, DenuiiKint, Tex., 13, Houston 17, lluuitle 
18. 

"Lord Bulthuure" (J. X. ltentfrow, mgr.) — Fort 

Seolt, Ark.. 10. 
■'Lured from Home" (A. II. Woods, mgr.) — X. Y". 

City 0-1 1. Wulerbury, Conn., 13, Bridgeport 

11. 15. llolsiken, X. J.. 10-18. 
"Light hopsc by the Sen" (Vunce & Sullivan, 

mgrs.)— Plilbidelphla, Pa., 0-11, llarrlahurg 13- 
15, Itcndliig 10-18. 

"Lyman Twins" (Lyman Bros., mgrs.) — Manhat- 
tan, Kim.. 8, Chiy Center 0, Ablleue 10. Puola 
11, l.uwrcnci! 13. F.miiorlu 14, llerliiglou 10, 
Siilinn 10, Hutehlusuti 17, Wlchltii 18. 

"Lovers mid Lunatics" (Millennial Bros.' Amuse. 
Co., mgrs.) — SI. Louis, Mo., 5-11, Milwaukee, 
Wis.. 12-18. 

"Lire Thut Kills" (Walter Fussier, mgr.)— Phila- 
delphia, Pu., 1318. 

m 

Mau.-ilclil, Ulchui-d (Ben D. Slevcus, mgr.) — 

Pcorlu, HI.. S. Des Mollies, lu.. t), Omaha, 

Xcbr., 10. II. Denver, Colo.. 13-18. 
Man tell, Robert 11. (Wm. A. Brady, uigr.)— N. Y. 

City 0. Indcimlle. 
Mnck, Andrew (Rich & Harris, mgrs.) — Sim 

Diego, CaL. 8, Los Angclei U-11, Fresno 12, 

Oakland 13, II. Sun Jose 15, Slocklou 10, 

Sucrumculo 17, IS. 
Madame Modjesku — Elmlru, X. Y., 8. 
Murphy, Tliuolhy (T. K. Saunders, mgr.) — Mar- 

aballlowii. lu., 8. Cedar ltuplds 0, Iowa City 

10, Burlington II. Peoria, ill.. 10, 10. 
Morrison, Lewis (Jules Murry, mgr.) — Richmond, 

Vu.. II, Xewtsirt 11, Charleston, S. c„ 10. 
Mclntyre and Heath (Klaw k Erluuger, mgrs.)— 

X. Y. City 0-11, Phlluilelpbla. Pa., 13-25. 
Morions, the Pour (Pony u. Williams, mgr.) — 

X. Y. Clly 0-11. I'hllitdclphln. l'n.. 12-18. 
Mtils-I MeKlnley (W. li. Nunkeville. mgr.)— Jer- 
sey Clly, X. J.. 0-11, X. Y. Clly 13-18. 
Mori liner, Lillian (J. L. Veronee. mgr.) — Ellza- 

betb. X. J., 0-8. Troy, X. Y., 0, Ulleu 10, 11, 

Busloti, Mass.. 13-18. 
Melville. Rose (.1. Ii. Stirling, mgr.)— Oshkosh, 

Wis.. B, Wiiiisnii it, Superior 10, Dululh, Mlun., 

11. St. Paul 12-18. 
Mscl.inHoll. M.'lbourue (Deuu Ruyuiuud, mgr.) — 

Bnllliuure. Mil.. 13-18. 
Murray aud Muck (Mnck k Spears, mgrs.) — 

Memphis, Tenn.. 0-11, EvanavlUe. lnd., 12, 

Cairo. III.. 13. Pulton, Ky., 14, Pntlueah 10. 

Mudlsoiiville 10, Henderson 17, New Albany, 

Intl.. 18. 
Mason and Mason (.7. D. Flynn, mgr,)^ — Little 

Rock, Ark., 8, Hot Springs 0, Tine Bluff 10, 

Helena 11, Memphis, 'lean.. 13-1S. 
Homy, Wm. V. (Frank Dodge, mgr.) — Cham- 

isilgn. 111 . *., Puiivllle 0. 
M.-AillllV. Ji-re. Sloi'k (Hurry Knln-s, mgr.) — 

PoiHikcep.le. N V.. 0-11, Vork. l'n.. 13 Is. 
M-tUc-ltlt*J litw* Ej:t<i» <«'. 11, Hifhr, 

SWt.1— -!'ip.'.:.o.-.. :-' ■'■-. 0-1! Y C «i..r; v v 

I-i-if. 

•Ai.-Ji-ili:!:-: ti&dc, WHtnz (E^j^i J. HiV. 

hr.1 — Rfi.iicg, Fi . £-::, jj.5ajnd:oi is-:? 
JiyrKle-Hardsr St.vk. £;uth;-;i iii-.:^ir i lelfh 

njrts.)— KneavUte, :sc., o-::, Owetitcrc, 

Ky.. 13.-1S. 
Murray i Markry (Jvhu .7. Mnrrav, mgr.) — Ro- 

ehvsler. I'a.. Oil. Bradford 13-18. 
Mnrlts Stork IToin .Mclks. mgr.)— Brandon. Muu., 

« luitrtlnlte. 
Murks Bros. Hue Marks, mgr.)— Midland, Can., 

U-11. Cnlllnsn I I3-IH. 

Marks Bins, d'h-nlc Marks, mgr.) — Gtielph. Can.. 

tl II. Halt 13-18. ' 

Marks llvns. (It. W. Marks, mgr. > — Augusta. Mo, 

US. P.rlluiid Il-ll. I'orlsnioiilh. X. IL. IH-18. 

.Mi-I >..nnl.l 8tln-k (Geo. W. Mi'lliitiabl. mgr.) 

Wooilward. Okla.. li-ll. Auurlllo, Ti-x., IM-t«, 

ItaUcry, CUlon— NewirV, tl -Y„ 0-11, 



Mnttlco Stock (Ward 11.' Mattlce, mgr,)— Tarrv. 

town, N. %., «-U, Haterstraw 13*18. 7 

Manhattan Stock (Hallnger & Branson, mgra.)- . 

Wllllmantlc, Copu., 0-11, flloTeravllie, " y 

13-18. ' 

Manners Stock — Memphis. Mo., 0-11, Warsaw. Ill 

13-10, Kahoka, Mi... id-18. ' '•' 

Mlnnelll Bros, and Mlna Geunell — Suffolk. Va 

Oil, Petersburg 1318. ' "•• 

Musoti & Imson (Uurt linsoii, mgr.) — Watcrvlllc 

K/iu., 0-11. Suuetbu 13-18. a.irriiie 

Majestic Stock (Luchmaii k Loos, mgrs.) — Center. 

Vllle. la., Oil. Chllllcothe, Mo., 13-15, Macou 

Murray Comedy, Chaa. Lamb's — Knoxvllle, Tenn. 

■"Mrs. LeOiigvrell'a Bools" (CbarlM Frohraan 
mgr.) — Graud Rapids, Mich., 8, Detroit Oil' 
Toledo, 0-, 13, Youngstowu 14, Erie, Pa.. 15* 
Buffalo, N. Y., 10.18. 

"Mm. Tnnnle's Telegram" (W. K. I>awrciice 
tngr.)— Cleveland, (J., 0-11. 

"Mi-s, Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch" (Llebler k 
Co.. mgrs.) — Terre Uaute, lnd.. 0, 7. Spring- 
Held. Ill,, 8, 0, Alton 10, 11, St. Louis, Mo., 

•'Marching Through Georgia" (Chas. II. Greene 
mgr.)— Pittsburg, l'a„ Il-ll, Loulivlllc, Ky. 
-13-18. • " 

"Meaaogc from Mara" — Johnstown, I'a., 8, Wheel- 
ing, W. Va., 11, Stauuton, Va., 15, Richmond 
17. 18. ■ ■ ■ 

"Missouri Girl," Eastern, Fred Rayinood'a . (Geo. 
lltdee, ingr. 1 — Renora... Pu., 8, Emporium 11. 
Puuxsulnwney 10, Dubois 11, Brookrllle 13. 
Clearfield 14, Phllipsburg 15, Lilly 17, Latrobo 
18. 

"Jllssoiirl Girl," Weatern, Fred Raymond's (Merle 
II. Norton, mgr.) — Bowman, Mont., 8, Butte V, 
Anaconda 10, Helena 11, Missoula 13, Wallace, 
Ida.. 14. Wardner 15, Coeur d'Aleue 16, Lewis- 
ton 17, Pullman, Wash., 18. 

"More to Bo Pitied Than Scorned" (Chas. P.. 
JUttiicy Amuse. Co., mgrs.) — Chicago, 111., 5-11, 
St. Louis. Mo.. 13-18. 

"Mol'uildcn's Pints." Gui Hill's (Thus. n. Henrr, 
mgr.) — Kansas City, Mo., 5-11, St. Joseph 12, 
13, Xopeka. Kan., 14, Atchison 10, Lincoln, 
Nebr.. 17, Hustings 18. 

"Midnight Flyer" (Ed. Anderson, mgr.)— Sba- 
iiiukln, Pu.. 8, Rcnova 0, Lock Llaveu 10, Wll- 
liamsiwrt 11. 

"Moonshiner's Daughter" (Roy Kingston, mgr.) — 
Kulghtstown, lnd., 8, Rushvlllc ». Conncrs- 
vlllc 10. itk-liuumd 11, Klwond 13. Frankfort 15, 

"My Wile's Family," Eastern (P. W. Cooke, 
mgr.)— Toledo. 0.. 0-11. Wyandotte, 'Midi.. 12, 
Ailrlnn 13, Jackaon 14, Concord 15, Uraud 
Rapids 10-18. 

"My WIfo's Family," Western (W. McGownu, 
mgr.) — Dlxou, III., 8. Sterling 10, Kcwunee 11, 
La Salle 12. Janeevlllc, Wis., 13, Rockfonl, 
III., 14, Belviderc 13, FlWRMt 10, Morrison 
17,. Clinton 18. 

"Me. Illiu' and I," Hurtlg i Seomiiu's— N. V. 
City U-11. Jersey Clly, N. J.. 13-1S. 

"Maud Muller" (L. D. Bloudell, mgr.)— South 
Aniboy. N. J., 18. 

"Millionaire Tramp" (Fred C. Thomas, mgr.) — 
Morgaiitowu. W. Va., 8, Dawson, Pa., !•, 
Mount Pleaunt 11. UlalrsvUle 13, VnndergrlU 

11, Leachhurg 15, Frankllu 10, Jamestown, X. 
Y.. 18. : 

N 

Nethersole, Olgn (C. B. Dillingham, mgr.)— Chi- 
cago, III., U-11, Toronto, Cun., 13-18. 

Nclkoii-llolnian Comedy (John T. Condort. mgr.) — 
Murcclluc, Mo., 0-11, Macon 13-15, Huutsvllle 
10-18. 

"Ninety and Nine" (J. L. Butord, mgr.)— N. Y. 
City 0-18. 

"Neighborly Neighbors" (Frank W. Nason. mgr.) 
— Freehold, N. J.. 8, Trenton 0. 10. Bristol, 
Pa,. II, Hobokeu, N. J., 12-15. Ellmbeth 10-18. 

"Nels Nelson" (I'erry k Pressly. mgrs.)— Bow- 
balls, N. Dak., 8. Porlul 0, Flaxtou 10, Donuy- 
brook 11, Oruuvllle 13, Leeds 14, Kuux 15. 
V 

Olcutt. Obaiinccy (Augustus Pllnu. mgr.) — Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., 0-1 1. I'lih-mru, N. J.. II. 

O'Xell. Jumes (Edgur Forrest, mgr. t— Worcester, 
Mass.. 8. Holyoke I), New Haven, Couu., 10, 
New Rochelle, N. Y„ II. 

Orpheiini Sloitk (Kdwurd Doyle, tngr.)— Middle- 
ton, ll., 0-11, Coniicrsvllle, Did.', 13-18. 

"Our New Minister" (Miller & Conyers, mgrs.) 
— -Delplios, O., 8. Howling Green l>, Fremont 
10, Fludlur 11, Toledo 12-15, Tllllu 10. Bu- 
eynis 17. Klyrlii 18. 

"Over Niagara Falls," A, Rowland & Clifford's 

. I John P. Bui-celt, uigr.)— New fustic. Pa„ 8, 
Kust Palestine, O., II, Toronto 10, McKcesport, 
Ph., 13-13, Wheeling, W. Vs.. 10-18. 

"Over Niagara Fulls," B, Rowland A Clifford's 
(L. II. Nuweomb, mgr.)— Belleville, Tex.. 8, 
llrenhiilii ■ 9. Nuvusota 10, Brian 11, Calvert 
13,'Mexlu 1-1, Coslcunu 15, lllllsboro 10, West 
17, Warn 18. 

"On the Bridge nt Midnight." Eustom, Kllmt & 
Gowuilu's (Prod Walton, mgr.) — Colioes. X. Y'., 
8. Glens Falls n. 'Meehaiilcsvlllc 10, Troy 11, 
Albany 13-15, Springfield, Mass., 10-18. 

"On the Bridge at Midnight," Western. Kllmt ,& 
<1umiIo.'«. (Daniel Itced, mgr.) — Piisadenii, Cul., 
8; MM I'.- Sau Beruurdluo 10, Riverside. U, 
tern. Angeles . 12-18. ,' ; '.- " .' , 

"Old Afkipisuw ." ' Fred Koymolid.'s (V.b*)r;E. 
Ldnilart. liigr.i^-Aurora.' Neb., 8, Doreaatef U. 
Crete 10, Benlrlee 11. Wyuiure 13, Falrbury 1 1. 
Fairfield 15, Superior 10, Bed Cloud 17, Almi 
IS. 

"Old Clotlies Man," Rowland k Clifford's (Dove 
Seymour, mgr.) — Ithaca. Mich., 8, Pontine li. 
Mount Clemens 10, 1'ort Huron 11, Bay City 

12. Saginaw 14, 15, Vnssar 10, Surula, Cull., 
17. Y'psll.'iiitl. Mteli., 18. 

"Ole Olson In Splrltlaisl" (0. W. Dallou. mgr,)— 
Wnlhullu. X. Dak., 0, Cavalier 10, Crystal 11. 
Iloople 13. Park lllver 14. Conway 15, luksli-r 

10, Liirimoro 17, Knox 18. 

r 

Pal Ion, W. It. (J. M. Stout, mgr,)— Stnnberry. 
Mo.. 8, Trenton !). Chllllcuthu 10, Moberly .11, 
Brunswick 13, Currolltou 14. Richmond 15, 

iHfXlllglOII JO. 

Puruvll, Kulbryn (W. D. Fitzgerald, mgr.)— 
Clovers vllle, N. Y„ 0-11, Sclteucctady 13-18. 

Puyloii HlKtcn IC. Stafford Puytoo, ingr.)— Scruu- 
toii. Muss., 0-11, Baion Rouge, La„ 13-18. 

Pbelnu Stock (K. V. Phclun, mgr.)— Lcwlato'i, 
Me.. 7-11. Both 13-18. 

Fcr'ichl-Gypjsliio (Harry F. Wlllard, mgr.)— 

Cllul-le.-.tnn. S. C. Oil. 

Parker's I'luyers — CvoihtIowii, N. Duk., OIL 

Plckerls. The Four (Willis Plckcrt. mgr.)— 
Gn*nvllle, S. <!., U-11, Audcraou 13-1C, Uarl- 
well. Ga.. 10-18. 

"Pnsllgul Son" (Llebler k Co., mgrb.)— Boatou, 
Mass., ii-l.s. 

"Pair or Country Kids" (Smith k Ruiiiuan. mgrs I 
— Mlllecsbnrg. Pa., 8, Mount Vernon 0, Mas- 
slllon 10, Cttbocton 11, M'ellsvlllo 13, East 
Mnnoal 14. Youngstowu 15, Warren 10, 
Klyrlu 17, Uirnlu IS. 

"Purls By Night"— Albany, N. Y., 0-8. 

"Peek's Bud Boy" (Heath * Farron, mgra.)-- 
Altoomi, Pu., 8, Tyrone 0, Lilly 10, Latrobc 

11, Irwin 13. 

a 

"Queen of llu- While Slavea" <A. II. Woods, 
ingr.)— Cliieliiiiull, tl., 0-11, Louisville 12-18. 

"(Juoeit of the Highbinders" (A. II. Woods, mgr.) 
— Holsikiii, N. J„ OS, Pulursou 0-11, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.. 13-18. .. _ 

"Qulney AilaihM Sawyer"— Hainlltou, 0„ 12, Cu- 
liiinbus 13-10. 

"Ifiieeii of Convlcls" — llrldgi'iKtrl, Couu., 7, n 
Sprlnglleld, Mass., ti-ll. 
It 

Kobson, Eleanor (Llebler k Co.. mgrs.)— Sau An- 
totilu. Tex., 0, Houston 10, Galvestou 11, New 
Orleans. La.. 12-18. , „.„ 

Rogers Brothers (Klaw & Erlangcr, mgra.)— Phil- 
adelphia, Pa„ 0-18. _.,„ 

Rotierls, Florence (E. V. Olrouv, mgr.)— Bllllngi. 
Mont., g, Miles City P, Bismarck, N. Dak.. lw. 
Jamestown 11, Winnipeg, Man., 13-10, Grand 
Forks, X. Dnl;., 17, Fargo 18, St. Paul, Minn., 
ltt-22, MlimeiipnlU 23-2."i. , 

Hay. Johnny nml Kniimi IE. D. Slnlr, ingr.t — 
Bosluu. Mm-.. Oil. Providence. K. L. 13-1-'-, 

R'juvl! L'te.. (D. IijiiS. DcJi'- Co.. syri-.i— ""• 
boV.-.r. 1 . 3 . a-51, >.!:lIuJ'.!r!;!- J '-- ■ i-* 1 *- 

P.'ttk'!. Ca:i.-.=s. fUzk ffiat« t y.-jsi:-:, =i» ' 
"— C;'.i^lli, i,. C-. C-ll. 

S.-ri; I'.zi'i (Laa'.il P.. Pri:. c«->— S.Ja~; 
ii.j, A,:i.. 8-jl. M»tfaa*sjr i«.-la. .... 

Roe Stool: IC. 3. W P.M. ffigr.J— H»vet»li.. 

Masa.. ML Salem 18-18. _ „ 

Ris- CuinwIylC. J.'W. R.te. mgr. I— Burlington 

VI.. u-11. Nushiia, N. II. . 



13-18. 
Keiil Tro'v Sloel: (J. X. ltentfrow. uigr.)— Ander- 

son, In.!., il-ll. 
Rogers, E. II., Slock (Will H. Power", uigr.l— 

Westlteld. X. Y.. It-ll. Mn.v vllle 13-18. 
"llfileniptltiii of llnvld tiirson" (Harry Duel I«r- 

ker. uiL-r.)— Peelsklll, X. Y., 8. Newburiib V. 

Troy in. Albany II, Itltighsnitoii 13, Kluilra 

II. Ilornellsvllle 15, Olcau 1U, Jamestown IT. 

Erie. Pa., 18. , _, 

"Kniiiilui' tor OtTJcc" (Chas. Y.cutt.,ci«r-)— TP 

tons, i'u., S, BUSuuty »,' eutsoUa' 10, Sta< 



November Hi 



THE NEW YOBK CLIPPER: 



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Allcni.nvii I 

ClltslCI' l s » 

'•Itii'loll'li awl 



Mibunuv City 
,. pottslov.n H 



Kl, Heading X, 

, PllO'tllxtillo IT, 



msr)- Cambridge. ,<'•• »i 
Fldlad.'lphla H>. Canto, 
Akron M. Wrta '"; J*> 



Aikdnb" (Alfml I'. nnmherg, 

" l.'hrlviisvillo 0, New 

union II, .Massllbiu lit. 

uirillli 10, Chicago .(uiit- 

(51. II. Meyers, ingr.)— X. Y. 



MM --. ,-, 

"]|u.-.«wiir imy 

•■ii.e> for Lite-' IP. 11. Bulllvun «m C.... 
in*^. J— »r <»» ouli.-. . Wl=t- ■ "I'. Cincinnati, (>., 
1" 1ft 

.-tLai'ianeo of Coon Hollow." Isa.steru (A. I'. 
Ul*n «iw.l-.N>««rk. X. Y., 8, Weodsport !., 
iknran 10. Vnltmi h. fintwtai 13, BuldivJns- 
vlllo M. t'tiluiyru 1"'. »'*•"* 1«. Medina IT. 

• -poKc «* ">'«' Hollow." Western ICoo. P. 

tiTnoi 4 Co.. nut".)— Ciiclstyruu. Mlcb„ s, 

,,r 0, Alpmn 1». «'wt Branch 13. Mhl- 

,"nil li, Alma 15, C«M Oily II), Had AH 17, 

■■fitoTnfl Win**/ 1 *«*¥■ <n - >*• l;l,M '' *»&■'»-- 
Pulaski, Ten"- «■ BprtagMO !>, Uullirlf. Ky., 

III. llllSSellvlHC 11. 

• inn Van Winkle," Western (Cbns. Bowen, ingr.) 

Dublin. Tev.. H, lllnfuhllc 7. Urnntiury II. 
stcnlionsvllle 10, Comanche 11, nrownwonil 13, 
c'llcnian H. Hnlllngcr 15. Sau Angelo IB, 17. 

•'iSblilt'i Keel" fl'nt Chappcllo, mgr.l— Mar- 
sliill Tex., it. Jefferson. Ark.. 7. Toxnrkumi s. 
camden B. Pino UlulT 10, Cluromlen II, Helena 
1* CUnrtHJalc, Mian-. Hi Orconrillo 13, 
S 

«nt!ifTii J-;. H., and JtiHn Marlowe (Charles 

' Frolurtnn. mgr.)— -X.Y. Cliy ll-l!.">. 

Ub iiner OIll (Joseph •)• HiH'klcy. uigr.)— Detroit, 
i leli . il". Toledo, O.. li. liHllanopoM". 1*1.. 10, 
Bavi.iii. <>.. 11. l-onNvtlle. Ky., 1MB, l-exlng- 
tun HI. Charleston, W. Va., 17, Pnrkcrshurg 
18 ' ' ' ' 

Sully Daniel (Wm. D. F.mnicrson. Ml.l-ll 
Howe WI*„ 7, Diilmatir-, la.. S. Clinton 0, 
siollnc 111.. 1°. Davenport, la., 11, Hook Is- 
land III.. 12, Peoria 13. Ottawa 14. 

Mm Thomas li. (K. O. XlsMi-XIrdtincrr, nigr*.) 
-Vcwark. X. .1.. Ml. Brooklyn. S. Y.. 13-8. 

smart Set. Has Hill's (W. II. Mam*, mar.)— Mil- 
waukee. Wl*.. 6-H, lies Moines. In., 12-1.-.. 
Omaha. Nebr.. 10-18. 

swain Tlicaln! (Mack Swain, lugr.)— Wonnlohco, 

' Wash.. Ml, Anaoorto* 13-18. 

vharplcy Thoafre (A. J. Sharpley, mcr.)— C.rcnt 
rail*, limit., "111. , „ . 

KiMrarl. May (J. K. nine, mcr.l— Taylor, Tev., 
B? Itiwirnn 7. LngTiuiKO S, SmlHivllJo 0, l»k- 
hart 1". vnak urn lit. 

ci,(w Slnek. Nnrihr-rn (Sltoa & (llllicrt. ni|ir«.i-- 
Otlawa. Can.. US, Hull Ml, Oirnwall 13-in, 

siitC'stoel;. Soutiiern (Sites & flllliert. risrs.l— 
Seliiin, N. ft. i' s . Tarlioni Oil. Si'nllanil Neck 
ifi-1.".' i'orlomoulh HI-IS. 

"Sliailnws -mi the Ho.irlh" (Arthur <!. Alatao, 
msr I— HiilebliiKoii. Knn., S. I.n .luni.n. Coin., 
0. i'neliln 10, Cnlorndo Springs 11, DfiiTC-v !-• 

'•Si'fin-fnmlc C.ovPrne.«n"— Montreal, Tan., fill, 
'••inn OC lt«'«t" (»Y. !•'• .Mnlltor, ai»r.) — Montflnin- 

err, Alii.. C-». Aunlaion 1>. Ilntne. On.. 10. 

I'iintlanoniia. Teiui.. II. X'iikIivIIIo 13-18. 
"SLerlm-k Hnbnpa" (llmlMer & Campbell, mirrs.l 

Syntcnw, X. Y., US. lbielieater H--11. Sernn- 

inii, l'n.. U-13, Allealottn 10, Iteadlni: 17, 

"Slave nf the Mill," rjonlon & Itonnett'* (C. \V. 
lloheriK, mgr.)— nnrllni'ion, X. J., 11, Kltai- 

"Sl'fii et lii'e Crow" (II. O, Croerln, msr.) — 

Trenlim, St. J.. S. Wilminglon, Del.. Ml, 

WnKblnclnn. 1). <:.. IS-1R. 
"SiBn o( Hie Cross" OV.nle U. Morton, n«r.)— 

.MMbaniesvllle, II., x. 0. Troy 10. I'l'iun. II. 

lirceiivllle 1". St, Mnrys 11. Ottawa 15, Van 

Wert IB, Noiih ltalllni'ii'o 17. 
"Sky Kimn" (Joseph It.Airlsiier, raitr.)— Chicago, 

III., IMS. 
"Slcn of. Hie l-'onr" (Cniupliell Slrutton, uisr.) — 

IMillliishnnr, l'n., S, Ilouudule ». Ilaslliigj in, 

Darnpslairn 13. 
"Shadow* oC n Great: City" (C. B. ItOeTmia. 

inir.)— Newark, X. .7.. Ml, llaltlmmv, .M<1., 

13-1S. 
"Slpi at tlie Four" (K. B. Wee, msr.l — Iirain- 

ront, Cuu., !*, St. Xbvmua 0, LoiiUmi 10, Strnl- 

fnrit 1). 
"Sha'low llelibnl Tttrnne" (taMUter & Cb., nn?r-<.) 

— IIOlmlK, Mass., 0-8, Mnntreal, Can., 13-1S. 
''SI l'limkiir'l." J. C. Umbf (IV. A. Junker. 

msr. ) — Sterling, Km,, S. KlbvcorlU 0, Siillnu 

10, Junction City 11, Manhattan 13. Ilnllnii M, 

T.itickn 16, Omm QW ML Siimuk Cliy 17, Rav 

Mnia IS. 
"Slaviw of the Slllli'" (I„ .7. Sli"/lll, nllT.l — 

Albion, X. Y., S. Medina «. Klasam Vail* II. 

Si. Cathe?Im*. Cuu., 13, llnmtror.l 11, Berlin 

IS, SlrntOinl IH. l.iiinlnu IT. IS. 
♦•SlmolliW the Chute* - ' (Wade A: J1H1* Uuvls, 

hut*). — lackmn. Mlrli., M, Allesun 0. Siniili 

llriiil, Iinl., in. Itamiii.mil II, ClileiiiM IIi'IkIih, 

111.. 12, liaiivlllc 13. CliaiuiialKii 11. lllinMuluit- 

tnn 15, I'liMtni 111, Kankakee 17, .toilet is. 
"Sunny South" (.1. O. UuebwVII, iinri 1 .)— Veiwn- 

ne* Vt.. S, Itrl'inl n, Mlilillelnu-y Id. I.mllow II. 
"SI Slel-blnn" i Knelanil Aiimai'. Co., tun'*.) — 

Atlniitle City, S. .1.. S, Imicmdor, l'n., O, 

Newark. l»el., II. Wilmington 13, Xew Itruiw- 

wlck, X. .f. 14. LoiiK lSriineb 15, I'crtll Ambuy 

HI, Hllzabetb 17. 
"Saul ut TnrsJH" (Trunk 11. I'leld*, nw.)— 

Tipton. Itiil., S, Vrimktort ■». 
'•Shallow* of SIu" (Uoii. II. Ilnnilliiin. mar.) — 

SnQTiilk, Va., Ill, relershiirK 17. 
T 
TliM.iinnm. Deiininu — SprhiRflelil, Mils*., 8, Hurt- 

fiml, Conn., ti, I'hllmlelpbla. l'n.. 13-t.H. 
'J'hiiiKloii, Ailebible (Krancl* X. Hope, uujr.) — 

Wliinl|<eir, >Un., IIS, (Iriiiul Kutk*, X. Dak.. 

It, Cnnk'tan, Minn., 10, Pans, X. I)«U., 11, 



jiorl !l. Ureter lo. \\.,\ v[ ||. iii.t -|„«,i 13, l.iu 

eulu II, Dauforth 13, i.'alol* to, Si. Mat, X. 

It.. 17. IS. 
"Cuele T.im'« Calnii," Sli'l*on'-. Wirleru (\Viu. 

Kibble, ni'/r.)— Siirlnfllehl, III., S, li, Moiini 

Sieilin^ in. tMlney It, Cort MndlKon, la.. 12. 

ki-ikuk l.'i, ISnrlluston II. Monmnuth, III.. IS. 

.M.-iennih lit. «'unt.,ii 17, 1'iMrla IS. 
"I neb. Tom'* Cabin.". -Northern (Hen. 1'eek, uut. ) 

— Conned Ilbitt*. In., s. li, I.lneulu. Neb,, to. 
, 11. Wnhori.lK'. Sebnylor 11, I '.innnliii.* 15, ttn- 
•Aid City ,10, Qriiml l*tniid IS: 
"Cnele linn'l"— iMiielimall. II.. r, n, riileaK". 

III.. 12-1S. 
"Inele SI lla»kln«," Knntrni IC S. I'iUiimhi'. 

niar.) — .Innenn, IVl«„ lo, I'.ind tin Lae 11, An- 

plelon 12, .Mnrke<.iu 13, Mnniiiiu II. 
"1 nrle .lu«ii spruti'liy" iK. A. li,-,lu-e, aiaT.I-- 

I'mste, Ot"., s, Hid N..lii. II, Molile Vlslo In. 

Al.iiuosn 11, Sltierpiii 13, Daraasa t,"., Majaena 

II, 
"l.'nele .limb Sprne-lo," (Have It. Levin, nisi'.) — 

Trenton, X. J„ II. 
"Iiii'le JimIi I'erUIn*," Ilnstern, II. II. Pntw'a 

(Harry l.a Mark. msr. i — Hivntnr, Tev., S. 
"fnele J«*h MUM," Western, II. II. Kr»»ee'» 

(Jos. ltulllngd'. Dfr.l— I.oveland. Colo.. 8, 

l.nricmnnt ',). Latnyett.. in. ilmililer It. tat 

Cotlln* i:t. (lreeley 1 I, Cheveimc 1.1. Ilorlnn, 

Knn., is. Aielilsnn lb. 

V 

Van. lillly It. fP. If. Sullivan Atnnse. Co., niurs.) 

- Xew Haven, t.'iiiin.. r, S. .Newark 0, Bridgeport. 

10. II, llnrlfnrd 13-I.V Albany lilld. 
Van Iiyke A RabHI IF. Mnek. msr. I— Alton. III.. 

.VS. Centrnll.'i till, Kaat SI. I.oula I21e. 
Van Conk Dramallt' (Jules Van Cook, mir.1 — 

l-31lii:ham. III., 'IS. I.hieoln Ml, I'ana IMS, 

('iirllimllle in-is. 
"VlrBlnlnn" (The Klrke f.n Sliello Co., nigr*.) — 

Holynke, Mass.. S. New Itrllaln. Conn., !l, llart- 

fnrd 10, II, Washington. II. C. 131S. 
"Villas? Carson" (John MeVleker*. nigr.l— Ash- 

landi Ky.. 8. Irnnion, I).. It, Athens 10, l,nn- 

ciiNter II, /nnesvllle IS, Cosb.K'ton 14, Xew 

Philadelphia 15. I>le. I"u„ Hi- IS. 
"VoImiliM'i' tirsaiil>it" (W. W. Newcomer, rngr.) 

— Ilaiiiilb.il, Mo.. 10. Mexleo 71. 



I 'attt|ieri.t, Jus'-pb- llvtaiv 
N. V. City 0. Uldvttnttr. 



Ilisl" 



Mi Uuajcr, 
V. Arthur, msr.)— N. 



\. 



W 

Wal-b, rtl.'iiichn (W.igenbnU & Kemper, mgrn.) — 
ll'imllinn. Kan., s. Toronto ti-ll. ItuD'nlo. X. 
Y„ 13-15. St. Citherliics, Can.. In, Itaiavln, 
N. Y.. 17. Itocln-tcr is. 

Wurllfld. Dnvlit ( U:i vi.l Belasiv, legr.)— X. Y. 
I ' i I V ll, In.li'llnl'.e. 

Wilson. I'ranelH (Charles l'lohiimn ingr.) — SI. 
I -on Is. Mn., il-ll, Kansas Cliy l.'.-l.'i, St. Jo- 
seph J3. (iinnlia. Xelir., 17. IS. 

Wehnr, Jns-iil, M.. ah sinr* tC. T. K. Miller. 
m3t-.)--Trculmi. X. .1.. s, Ailnoilo Cliy d, 
HaiTlslini-s, I'm., In, .liitiiistown II, I'lnshnrg 
13-18. 

Whisdock, J.wepli Jr. (('barb** rr.ilimnn, rngr.) 
— X. V. Ctn it, Indelbilie. 

Wlllniil, H. :•!. tCliarle* A. M.»ire. mgi'.t— llnebea- 
ter. X. Y., <!>>, Itbai'ii ti, Syracuse 10, II, X. 
i". Ctie I3-1S. 

Wlbon, Al. II. (Sidney It. Kills, mgr.l— Meridian. 
Mis*.. S, Selnni. Ala., !i. .Montgomery IB, Co- 
Iniiibus, tin., II, Mueon 13, Jneksonvllle, I-' la.. 
14, St. AtigKStlne 15, Siivunuiili, itii.. Id. 
Charleston, s. C.. 17. Columbia IS. 

Walker '.VlillesMw (A. N. i!ros». niiji'.l — Helena, 
Ark., 0. Memphis. Term., 7. S. Jackson II. Nash- 
villi- 10, II, i.'linliauoogH 13, K-.i.wlllc 11, 
Ashevllle, X. C.. 15, Charlotte til. Colunililn, 
S. i\, 17. rlinrlesion is. 

WoodrurV. I'raiilillii -Wlnsleil, Conn.. 8. New Ha- 
ven 1>, 10, Ilolyoke. Mass 11, Derby, Conn., 
13, .Smith Niirnnlk 14, Wllltmanile 15. Middle- 
town 1(1, WehsHT, Muss., 17, New I.iuiilun, 
(jonn.. IS. 

Wills, Nat M. (nrnailhiirst tt Currle, mgrs.) — 
Itivhestcr, N. Y., H-8, Syracuse till, Haiti 
luore, ML I3-1S, 

Ward, llnp ill. Ji. Stair, tiigr.)-— St. I'aul. Minn., 
5 11. Minneapolis 12-18. 

West & Vokcs--.Viiri.ilfc, Vu., it-It, Itleliniond 13- 
IS. 

WHIIam*. I'/dtle (II. II. Wlncbetl, itier.)— Ilay- 
toii, O., 5S, roliniliiis till, iluehiuatl 13-18, 

Welch, Joe (lilnswull .V; Xucobil, tagrs.)- -Chlcagn, 
(11., Ml, liraml tiaplds, Midi., 1215. 

WnlTunt, Maude Slii.Tldau (I-:. |„ I'oinl. mgr.J-- 
Mhid'l!. Nulii'.. "IS, Al'ilpilhm' ll-ll. 

Wliailngi'r Bros.' Own (Pinuk Wbiiiinger. nigr.,i — 
Aiillgo. Wis, 3-1 1. 

Wuriier Coiuwly (ItciiJ. It. Warner, mar,) — 
AIkt*'cii. S. Dak., n-ll. IIuiiiu 13-18. 

Wliiliiiann'* lllx Slock Utility Burlaw, nigr.) — 
Weittherfonls, Oklu., II 11, Aiuarllli., Tex., lit- 
is.' 

While Stis-I; (I.. J. White, uigr.)- UreMi Cliy, 
Wis., il-ll. 

Wcoilwiinl St.*'!: iWooilwiail A; Burgess, iiigrsj 
— Chimin c, Kail., Ml, 

Winter Slock— .Siiartaiiburg, S. C, 11-11, 

WoiKl-Thotupsoi) (Mock Sad AMI, lugr.) — t.uenii, 
III., il-S. 

"'Way Down East" (Win. 
l'ai'kcrshnrg, W. Vn., 'I. 



Marks 
Louis 



gen. 
Mo.. 



mgr J - 



A. Ilrady, uigr.)-- 
ortsmniiili, <)., 



J 'I'uiikfoii :>, I.oiilMllIc 1" 



' (Win. A. Brady, nigr.)— 
(Ml, Omaha, Xcbr., 12-15 



lit, Hist Whig 14, 
Allx.'1't U'U 17, 1 



Fnrlliniilt 
,H Crusse, 



-Concord, 



in, 
In.. 



si. 



St. Cloial, .Mine. 

15, Owntoiuia HI, 

Wis., 18. 
Turner. Clara (lni W. Jackson, uigr.) 

X. 1I„ (Hi, IlldiU'tuiil. Me., 13-ls. 
Tncitcr. Kl'iel, Stock (Mack Ilru*., ingrs.) — AI- 

Inuiuerriiic, . K. IDhe., H-20. 
Taylor. Albert, Slock (iMeitr V. Nix. Im*. mgr.) 

— Wiunliaichle, Tex'., (111. Sherinnn 131S. 
Temiiest. J. 1... Ilnrve do Urnce, Md„ 7-11. 
Tolwui Sim-k (Will F. fVinlon, mgr.) — LaaMM, 

Ah... Ml, Nevada 12-15, Columbus, Knn., HI- 

Bt. . . 

•Two T.lltlo Waifs," Lincoln .1. Oiirter'* (W. A. 

Abi'kllnt', mgr.) — Coshoclon, O.. s. sienbi.|i- 

vldc 10. Bellalre II. Wheeling. W. Yu„ 13-13, 

Slstervllle 17. New Martinsville 18. 
"Ton I'rniul to Beg." Lincoln .1. Curler'* (Fred 

Kimlmll, mar. )— Wllllams|iort. I'o.. S. Mllinn 

!i. l.l.in.n-liiiig lb, I'll l-i.iu II, l-'reeliinil 13, 

llazletnn II, Slii-imiuloi-li 15, Shaniokln 

Heading 18. 
"Tinii," (K. N. Neill, mgr.) — Ben Maine*, 

5-S. Oniftlin. Nebr., ti-ll, Tnpeka, Knn., 

l.awri'uee 13, Lenveiiwnilli II. Aloiilsoli 15, 

Joseph 1(1-18. 
"To Die at Dawn" (Falcone Spon/onl. mgr.) — 

Moiiiiugahela, l'n., 0. .leuiinctle 10, Xew Ken- 

i-lngt'iii II. I.cn-lihuig 1:t, Viiariergrlfl 14, ln- 

illaim 13, I'.lulrRvllle HI, Wlndlier 17, ,l.)bn*- 

tnwn IS. 
"Tracked Aronnil the World" (A. II. Wonds, 

mgr.l— I'blliiilelphla, l'n., B-ll, N. T. City 

"Thai i.l ttle Swede" i(Frnnk Hopkins, mgr.)— 
Sauk renter, Minn., «. llralnenl 7, Altken S, 
liuliitli ft 

Trull, Hohliera" (A. K, linvlilson, msr.l — 
Sterling, 111., S. Kankakis? 13, Ln Salle 14, 

,'.lmni3lalii 15, Blmnulngmn HI. Clltilou 18. 

two -Merry Trumps" (McVeim *.- Vetter, mgm.) 
'-Sprliieltolil, Mo.. 11. I talma, Kim.. 12, Ait- 
„ rnru. Mi>„ 13. Ilollver 14, (Tlulmi 13. 

TlHirongbbretl Tramp." Wcateru IC. A. Walker. 
uiirr.l-J.Mnmnsa, Col.. S. Wnlsenloirg ft, Trini- 
dad lo. |.n Junta 11, Itoeky Font 13. La* Aul- 
iima 14, Lamar 15. 

Thnroiiahlired Tramp," Snulbcrn (Harry Darllng- 
lon, mgr.)— llosliigton, Kan., S, tlreiit Bend ft. 
V 
"Inder Sauihcrn Skies." KMIem (Marry Ibvl 
I'nrker. tnir,)— Full Itlver, Mam., 8. Webster 
'• . I'llchburg 10, Marlboro It, C.loucesliT 13, 
Salem II. Lynn 15, Haverhill 10, Lnwrelice 17, 

•Toiler Southern 8klcn," Western (Hurry Dod 
,1'arkcr, man)— (inkliiml, C.tl.. 17-lti. 

Southern Skies," Coninil (Harry Do'l 
Barm. Inpr. ) — Oklahoma Cliy. OLla,, .8, Win- 
Hd, Kau„ n, lolu 10, Colroyvlllo 11, Joplln, 
Jl»-. 12. ColunihiiH, Knn.. I". I'arfnu* 14, I'mt 
S«.|l 15. . I'lll.dmcg HI, Ijiiuur, Mo., 17, 
„SpHn K ncld 18. 
llicl- Tom's Cabin," Al. W. Martin'* (I'M. S. 
Mill-tin. Mart,— l'url*. Ky., in, X'nysvlllc 11, 
Chaiiestou, w. Va.. 14, llnlilluttonlo. [loiib'ii. 
i'i,. ■", lli ' Atnlerron, tail.. IS. 
Ih-'ln. TiiniV CtihluV', Slftsnii'a. 'Central (flrant 
Lu.e, ircr.t— Kcyser. IV. Vn., s. I'lcdnwut !■. 
Diyls in, .Thoiruio II.. 

I nele Tom's Cabin." r.aslern (John 1. Shannon. 
UWr.t— Itlclunond. Mc, 7. I'llKllcld s, New- 



Le.xliigloii, Ky., 

11. 
" 'Way Down Kns.i 

Kiin'sa* C'lty, Mo. 

I. In. Mln IN. 
"When Knighthood Was In Flower" i. Kane, Mbl|i- 

tmtn % t.'otvln, iiil'is, i-'T-ictniii, IVnsb,, s, 

iitymotu u, I'oi'iliinil, Oic, ID, II, F.a»!iin l.'t, 

Seleni 14, The Dallas HI, I'l-udletou 17. Walla 

Wiilln. Wash., IS. 
"Way nf the Transgressor" i(3ins. II. Yale, mgr.) 

— Camden, N. J., lis, Ilarrlsliiirg, l'a„ ll-ll, 

l'blluilelplila 13-18. 
"Wedded ami 1'at-icd," Fastcru, Sullivan, Harris 

& Wuods' — Wllkesbunv, l'n., tl-S, Flliula-lb. 

N. ,l„ ti-ll, Newark im-is. 
"Weildiil anil I'nrttsl," Western. Hull Iran. Hnril* 

A- Wimils'—Xevudii, Mo., 8, tlllntoii f), Fultuii 

HI. Sedu'lil 12. Jefferson Lilly 13, Mexico 14, 

Mnhrvly 1.".. l.'Ullltcothe HI, Broobilcld 17, 

Klrksvllle IS. 
"Wlu-ii Women Love" (Frank W. Xasun. liter.) — 

Decatur, lint., s. Hurl ford City II, Kokoiuo 10, 

I.ogaiisiKirt II, Keiiosba. Wis.. 12. Lake ('.client 

13, Jliirvaixl, ill,, 14, Dlvmi 15, Sycamore HI, 

Do Kulb 17, llelolt, Wis., 18. 
"Woman Again.- 1 Woman" (Chns. York, 11130— 

Scnfonl. Del., s. Delimit' ft, Printout Aimc, Mil., 

to, ilrlsllelil II. 
"Why Women SIu," Wtvteru (Jack F. White, 

mgr.) — lilleuhing, .Wash., 0, N'nrih Yakima 7, 

l'roi?Ker S. Siirucue 11. iVieur de Atcne, Ida.. 10. 

l-'nlrtleld. Wash.! II, Pnlnuse 12, I.ewlslnn, Ida., 

13, Pullman. Wash., 14. Colfax 15, Ofcesdiile 

Id. Anaconibi, Mont., 17, 18. 
"Wife's Seei-et" — Chicago. Ill,, 5-11, 
"Wa* She to Blame':" (Harry I.. Ileek, nigr.) — 

Brynnl, S. link., S. Luke Preston 11, l'iiiestune. 

Minn.. 10. Tormilo. S. Halt., II. Clear Lake 

13, Wnl'rtnwii 14, (lark 13, Itnllleld HI, ilettys- 

Inirg 17, Fiinlkion IK. 
"Wronged" (F. W. Smldi. mgr.l — Torrlnclnn. 

Colin.. 8, Wlnslisl (I, South Xnrtrnlk Hi, Dan- 

bury JI, Middlemen 13, Wlllli ill,- II, Pui- 

111111 15, Webster, Mass., HI, Alllclsiro J7, 

Wonnsockel. It. 1„ 18. 
"Why Hirls Leave Home," llaslern (Vance* Sill- 

Itvmi, nigrs. ) — Snrntogn, N. V.. s. Amsterdam 

II. Schciicctnilv in. II, Johiilown 13, Dlovors- 

Tllle 14, Herkimer HI', I'tlcn 18. 
"Wiiy tllrl* lJ'.ivo llniue." Western (Vance & 

SiiMlvan, nigrw.) — Spring Valley, 111.. S, Ln 

Salle 0. Aurora II, I'corln IS, De Kalb 13. 

Dlion 11. iTIntoii. In., l.t, Sterling, HI., 1(1, 

Mnllnc 17, Muscatine, In., 18. 
"Why lilrls Leave Home," Central (Vnnee & Su!- 

llvnn, ingrs.)— I'rnvblenee, It. L. 1111, Xew 

Iliiven, (.'onii., 1 3- 1.1, New Itrllaln lit. Hart ford 

17. 18. 
"Winning Hand" (labile P. Dcliincy, mgr.) — 

Monnn, inil.. S. fioodlanil II. l'lorn lit, Koknmn 

II, Ilnrtri.nl City 15, Wlurhcsicr HI, Decatur 

17, Dunkirk is. 



"rude, 



York and Adam* (11. F. 1'orrestcr. uigr.) — N. Y. 
City ll-ll. Trenton. N. J.. IS. 

Young Stock (Kihviu Young, mgr. }- Huntington, 
W. Vn.. nil. 

"Yniuig llnffalti" C'lins. K. lilnney Atnnse. Co., 
mgrs.)— (-'Iilcagn. III., oil, Deirull, MJrli., 12- 
IS. 

"Y.iifc Slate Folks," tiislern 1 Frwl W. Wright. 
ingr.V-.Si. Loul*. Mo., 12-18. 
MISICAL. 

Bernard, 80111 (Charles Frohniaii, tagr.)— Pitts- 
burg, Pii.. till. Cbleaeo, III., 13-2*. 

Blckcl, Waiwii aud Wrolhe (A. II, W«sls, tu\ir.) 
— PUIIadeliiUln. l'n.. ll-ll. plii-harg 13-18. 

Blncli I'altl Tnmliadeius (V'wlckel k Nolau, 
mgrs.) — Knoxvlllc. Tcim.. 8, Chattiniooua It, 
Atluiiln, "In., Id, 11, Atiuialon, Ala.. 13, 'fnlln- 
ilegu II, lliilnntrllli', Hn., 19, Atlien* Hi, Kl- 
liertnu 17, Aii.1eii.ou, S. C., IS. 

"Hals'* lu Tojlninl" (Myron It. P.lce, msr.)— 
Utiirnbi. N. Y-. ll-ll. Ilosinii. Mas«.. Li 23. 

"llnbi'H In the V.'o.sht" 1J1I111 C. llsti-r, nujr.i- - 
SI. Lonl*. Mo.. 5-11. 

"Beggar Prince" Opera (Harry Lea Voile, racr. 1 
t'nloii, s. <'.. S, Laurens ft. Xcwlicrry 10. 
Cninilen II, Sumter t!',. Florence II. Marlon 
13 1 li'iinsiburg HI. lirsnileville Is. 



t'ahlll. Marie (Daniel 
Cliy 0, Indrtlnlle. 

Caiiodlnn Jubilee Singer* (W. T. Oarey, mar.) — 
Kdmnrc, .Mb-li.. 8, Alma 11, St. Louts ID, Shcp- 
oi-l II. 13, MiMiui PkMMiit 13, Clatx- It, Kvafl 

10, flcrsey 10, lllg Itniild* 17. Howard Olt.v 
IS, 111. „. ., 

"Cuuiicroiis" (Kingsbury & Welly,' nig".)— Den- 
ver. Ola., 6-lli-CHi.nle Creek -12, Vleior 13, 
Colorailn Sprlug* 1 1.' PueUo to, HiitcJihisuu HI, 
Totieka D*. 

Iiaulcls, Frank (C. II. Dllllushiun, mgr.)— New 
Orleans, Ln., it 11, Mnbllc, Ala., 13, Unlit- 
gvmrry II, Itiruilugbaiii 15, Hi, Atlanta. Ha., 
17, I*. 

IH- AiigrlK .lcrrcrs'in iSlmls'rt Bro>.. mgrs. )■ — 
Kaicas City, .Mo.. ."-11. 

HcsLoii, Frank iF. it. Msou-Nlnlllnsw, mgr.) 
South Ps'iiililiciu, I'm. s. l-'nsi.m II. Cnrlsni- 
• lalc 10. Slcrantnu II. Ilnr.lclnii 13, Wilki— llnriT 

14. PIt'.siuii 10, Elngliaiuloii, X. v.. HI. Water- 
ly 17, Kindt 1 IS. 

"Duchess of Damns" (Klair .\ I'rlnwwr. mgrs. t 

Boston. Mass.. ll-ll. I'hllndelphln, Pa.. 15-18. 
Fnglbh Urand i)|iern (Henry W. Savage, iiurr.)— 

Boston, Mass., il-ll. Mroitreal. Can., lit- 18. 
"Karl unit Pie Oirl" ISbubori Unit., mgrs. I — 

X. Y. City 11. iuileilnlie. 
Far, KUle (A. 11. Woods, mgr.)— X. Y. Cllr 0- 

li, Itrlilfpnnrr. Onnn., 13, Waternury Hi. New 

Haven litis. 
"I'lorolnra'' 11'. P.lcgs. mgr.) — Mnnkalo, Minn., 

8, Kminetlsbnrg, Hi.. P. Algonu 10. .Mason I'liy 

11, Charles Cily 13, Wnierloo II. luiti'is-nilein'e 

15, i'iii.i,u HI, (Viiar liaphls IT. 
(llnscr, Lulu. (i|K'r» (C. It. Illllhigham, uigr.) — 

N. Y. CHy (III. Bum. in. Mass.. 13-25. 
liorlnn, Jos. .It. (F. It. Trrvelltrk, mgr.) — Pan- 

1 la*. MK-li.. s, Kenton B. 
"ttlrl from Knv's'' iFrol.iaan ft F.lwartlcs, mgrt.) 

Ml, Joseph. Mo.. II. Kiuisas City 12-18. 
"lilil olid the Bandit" (Frank I.. Perlcy, mgr.) 

— l'!ilc-.;o, 111.. 5-11. 
Hall. I'aiiiliic- --ltb'lirnoml. Vn.. 10. II. 
Hopper. H" Wolf iSliulcrl Bros., mgT*.) — X. Y". 

iii> ii. Inilclliilie. 
ILiwihome. Musical (Willi- ll»y. msr.)— Imandii. 

11.. s. Plain City ft. I'ldumlnls In. Itremeii II. 
Ilngim. lanes! illiirilg ,v Scamnn. mgrs. I— - U» 

ir.di. Mt.h., .VII. Cleveland, ll.. 1:11s. 
"Ills Highness, ihe !!••)" (Walter Llnilsaj. mgr.) 

- rinliilli. Minn., s, lliimss-k. Mich.. », ilia- 

luile Hi, Muri|ueiie 11. ICs. nniitin 12. I*b|ieinlng 

13. Saiilt Sir- Marie II. peloskey 1.1. Trnvcrse 

City HI. Cnillllne 17. Bay Cliy' is. 
Irani Operii 1 Win. lbi.vwno.1. mgr. ) --Paula, Knn., 

S. Lyiub n P. Kniporl.-i 10. Council ilrnvc 11. 
"Isle of Hong IW.ng" ill. (.'. Wliliucy. mgr.l- - 

liiillnnnp'ills. I ml.. 8, Dayinu, 11.. li. Coluuihu* 

)o. li. Xiovnrk 13. Iliiiiltugtnu, W. Va.. It, 

Lcslnglnn. Ky.. 15. I'nuikfurt HI, Louisville, 

by.. 17. 18. 
"Isle -a" Spin" (1!. r*. Wbliney, mgr.) — Port- 

liuil. Mc. S. Ill.blcf.ini !>. Malirhesler. N. II.. 

In, Niisliua II, t.'iincord 13. liloiicoster, Mass.. 

11, Lawrcnc,. 15. I.jnn H'», Maliloll 17. Ilnick- 
l.m is. 

"1-Ie of Spice" (It. f*. Whitney, mgr.)— Ilncyrin. 

O., 8, M.irl.iii ti. Delaware 10, Xclsonrllle II. 

Alliens in. ciilllh-ntho II. Clrclcvlllo 15. Zaiies- 

vide 1'*,, t'oshncion 17. Cambridge IS. 
.Innls, I'lsl" iMIInm Alsuii, mgr.) — Yotlugstown. 

O.. s, 1 'anion 14. 
Jute I'l.i'ninn Musical-- Cnlro, 111., S. II. Howling 

CrisM', Ky,, lit, Jaritaaa, Tcnn., 17. 18. 
"I.bicrly Belle*" i Kretl ii. Bcrger Jr., ingr,)—- 

Mnsl.osee. Ir.il. 'J'cr.. s. Fort Smith. Ark., ft. 

I'.'ivcilevlllc 10. Aurora 11. Sprlngllcbl, Mo., 

12, Plnsbtirg. Knn.. 13. Joplln. Mn.. 14. Car- 
thiice 15, Cherryvab', Kun., Id, liranlie )7. 
loin IS. 

"Land of Xml"— Cleveland. I)., ll-ll, Milwaukee, 

Wis., 12- is. 
Mji.i-. Kdnn 1 Charles Frtibinan, ingr.) — X. Y. Cliy 

C-25. 
"Alb* Unli While" IF. n. Nixon -Xlrdlluaer. 

mgr.) — Sptlncdel.l. O.. S, rbllllcothe ft. I'url*- 

ittoiilh 10. .laclis.m II, Murlctl.-i 13. Parkers- 

Hug. W. V.i., 11, Ibirnrsrllle. II., 15. YYtwsler 

to. Aknui 17, Itciner l-'iills. I 'a., Is. 
"Mold and the Mummy" (('has. 

mgr.)- -lies Aiiiliies. la., S. SI 

I21S. 
"Ala.nr rut T'oklo" (Chas. Marks, gen 

Baltimore. Md.. H-11, Allisnui, Pu„ 15. • 
Xlelsen. Alice (Shiila'i'i Itms mgrs.) — X. Y. 

illy 3. 
"Xuncy Brown" (Wells, Dunne & Uarlati, uisn.) 
' — BulTiilo. X. Y.. il-ll. 
Pollnril's Juvenile diK'rii (C. A. Pollard,, ingr.) — 

St. John, X. It., ll-ll. Halifax. N. S.. 13-24. 
"Parslfnl" 1 Usury tt". Savase, mgr.) — Kalamazoo, 

AlleU., 8, lint He ('risk II. 
"Pearl mid the Pumpkin" (Klaw & Filnnger. 

mgi-s.) — Brooklyn, X. Y., Oil, Newark. .N. 4„ 

IMS, 

"Prince of I'llsen" (Henry W. Savuge, mgr. )- - 
San t'r.'iuelsi-o. Ciil.. 11- IN. 

"Peggy from Purls" lAladlsoii Corey, mgr.) — VI - 
1, tria. II, ft, 8, Vuiicoiircr ti, to, Belllughaui, 
Wash.. 11, Seultle 12-15. Kllenburg Hi, Xnith 
Ynklina 17. Sinikiitie IS, lb. 

"Pin: Pair:: Poutni" ill. C. WhltueJ-, mgr.l- - 
Ciililllllills. II., S, ft. Wupnknlirtu HI, l'url 
Wayne, (nil., it, I'lndhi.y, 11., 14, Toledo 15, 
Murh.11 III. lniliiillupods, luil.. 17, 18. 

"P1111I Ji.iics" iipciii 1.I11I111 II. nnrrlKon. mgr. )- — 
Oil Cliy, l'n., S. Tlliiarlllv 11. War mi 10, Friuik- 
Itu II, Kile 13, tVurnn, ll.. tt, Cuuluii 15, 
Akron lli, Miiu.-llcbl 17. Zanesvllle 18. 

"Pinl; llussai'," Kohl X Cuslle'a— Chlcngo, 111., 
ll, bidelliiile. 

"Professor Xiipoloon" (Wade & Mills Hulls, 
mgrs.) — Neu'iwrt News, Va„ Hi, II, 

"llllllilWtl.Vs" — CilK'tlllltlll, 11.. 5-11. 

"lia.lah of Bluing" 1 Kiigciie Spoffonl, uigi. )- - 
Alucni. In., 8, llnoue II, lies alolue* 111. New- 
Ion II. Ciliiliill 15, Murslrilltowil HI, (.'Hilton 
17. 

Sclietf. Frltr.1 IC. It. Dillingham, mgr.)— Provi- 
dence, It. 1., n-ll. Wiirccster, Mass., 13, 
Sprlndlebl II. Wiitrrbury, l'oiiii., 15, Hart- 
ford lit, Now llnveii 17. IS. 

Scbuiiin.'iii'Heliik. Mailmuu IF. C. Wblliiey, mgr.l 
— St. 1/inls. Mo., ii-11, ludlnnapolls, Lid,, in- 
to. Clevi-liiiul. 11., HI-IS. 

"School lilrl" il-'ivihinnii .t Fdwnrdes, mgrs,)— 
Mlnueni»lls. Minn., 5-11. SI. Paul 12-IK. 

"Siillnu of Sulu" (.Madison Corey. Mgr.) — 
Seattle. M'n»h„ D-ll, Spukiuie 11. 13. 

"Slioliiin" (Henry W. Snviigi', mgr. 1— Denver, 
(Mn.. il-ll. Victor 12. Cripple Creel; 13. Puobln 
1 1, Colorado Springs 15, Ogdeu, i:„ 17, Salt 
Luke Cliv IS. 

"Seminary (Hid." M. B. P.nymond'*— flrund Un- 
J. Ids. Midi., ill I. 

"San Toy" (John <!. Klsber, mgr.) — Fond du 
Luc. '.VI*., 8, .Madison ti. Janesvllle 10, Bellur 
II. Ilu'lne 12, Aurrr.i. III.. Hi. Jollel 11. di- 
lawa 15, Stvcatoi 1"',, Ln Salle 17, Hook Island 
18. 

"Simple Slninn Simple" (F. f|. Nlxnn-XIrilllnger, 
ingr. 1 --I hirifurd. L'oiiii.. 8, Mlibllelnwii !•, Now 
Britain 10. Sprlnslb-ld, Mass., II, X. V. Oily 
ISIS 

"Show cllrl" lit. C. Whitney, msr.)— Minneapo- 
lis, Minn., n-l.i. La Crii.se, Wl*.. 13, Pnilrle 
• in ciilf-u II. Maiiisnn' 15, Itm'kfon), 111., 10- 
Anrcra 17. iialc«hiirg 18. 

"Sl'.ephig llenuli- nml Ihe Rrast" (Fred Price, 
uigr. I— I la rrlaburg, Pa.. 8. Johnslown II. Al- 
tooioi 111. II. St. Mary* 13, Iinlsik II, Builor 
15. (irpcnslinii; IK, I'nli.ulnuii 17, I'niiuelli- 
vllln in. 

Temploion. Fay (Klaw Ic Krlnuger. mgrs.)— f'bl- 
cisn. III.. 1), lnileluilte. 

Tangiiay, Kva (Jos. M. flallca, mgr.)— Wilkes- 
Barre. Pa., II. Fusion 13. 

"Tenderfooi" I Vat. P. Ciillen. mgr.)— Anaconda. 
Mom.. 8, Helena I). Bulte 10, 11. Baseman I J, 
Living: inn 14, Jniiicsinuii, X. Dak., HI, 1'nrgo 
IT, Claaliliai, Minn., 18. 

Van sniilillfiird, tlrnce (Klorrna Zlcgtchl. ingr.) — 
iViiur Itaplds. lu., 8. In WnHV. Wis., II. 

"Venuibiui'" (Klaw A- I'.iliini'i r, mgrs. j— N, Y. 
City I), lliilelliiile. 

Wills Mnsh-al (John 11. Wills 
gnmery. On.. (1. to, Vienna 11 
Ifi, Cordele III- 18. 

"White Col" (Klaw ,v Krlnllgcr. 
Cliy 11. Imlefliillp. 

"Woixlliuid" 1 Henry IV. Savage. 
Illy. Mn., In. SI. Josciih ii, Tolirkn, Kail.. III. 
Joplln. Mo.. 11. Snthigui'lil 13, Fort Smith, 
Ark., II. l.lltlu ltts'lt 15. Hot Sprlutf* 111, 't'ci- 
nrlcnua 17, Sliri'Vo|s.rt. La.. 18. 

"Whun Joliiuiy Coiitm Mnrchlug Ifuati'" (F. C. 
Wbliuiy. mgr. 1— Terrell, Tor., s, i;»tno»vllie 
Ii. Olihihunin Cliy, Oklo.. 1». Xcwloo. Kali., II. 

"IVoiiderluiid" tllmnlln. Mlt.-ht It & liclils, mgrs.^ 
- X. Y. Cliy 11. indcUiille. 

"M'limnl of Or" (II Mn. Mil. lull .\ Fields, 

m/r>. )~X. V. ritb it, ImbUnlto, 

"\V»ard nf ita'' (.Main-Ice llvnus, mgr. 1— Wiiter- 
bury, (Van., 8, Derby ti, Daubut)' to. H011II1 
Xorrolk II. Peeksklil. X. V 13. Klogslou 14. 
Cataklll 15, Tkouderogu lit. lirocnwleb 17, llicl 
son IS. ' 

"Ynnkee r.xtisiil" Itletlry W. Sitflce. mcr.) 
MInneapoii,. Minn., .ill. 

"Ynnkee Bosom" (Allien Campbell, mgr.l — Chi 
cago. 111.. r.-lR. 



• Detroit. 
II. Ken- 



III Itl.liMH t: AMI VAL1)K\ ILI.IJ. 

Aimilcuis iKduhi D. Mltn-r. mgr.)— Tormilo. 

Cnli., it- II, llllllalo, X. V., 13-18. 
Aveiiuc ulils iihsi. (laic, nwr.j— Jersey City. N. 

J., till. Phltsdehditn. l'n-. l-'t-l*. 
Aleatar lleiiiillcs MChc.s. Taylor, mgr. 1 

M b'ii . 5 11, Urand U«;ilds 12-18. 
HnuM's. Harry C KxIMfaguura (C. 

>ou. incr. i-Tobslo, 11., ,311, Cleve|nn,| 13-lv 
Bill- lllbhon lilrls tJnck Wharr, nigr, J -Kansas 

city, Alo.. .12-18. • ' ... 

Boucrv llnrle siiner- (J.s> Ilnrttg. mgr.l -|lr.s.k- 

lyn. N. Y„ d-ls. 
Mi4kmii1.hi* I Harney (lli'ind. Mfr.l— Montreal. 

Can., d-ll. Toronto 13-18. 
lion Ten lllusli .«. Webef. iiutM— Cleveland. ».. 

it It, Itiirnil". N. V.. 13-in. 
llrlgiiillirs (itis*. Ctomviell. ingtTi— Isaatavllle, 

Ky.. 5 11, Clii.lmmti. It., 12-ls. 

I'.lltlliit.re lleiinut-s (Louis lirniiat. Mr.)-- 

B:x»klyu, X. Y„ OIL Boston. Ma»*., 13-ls. 
Htiinlaoy itab.ty itlrK i-lainC* II. iMnln. msr.) 

■ 91. Paul, Minn., Ml, Mlnneapoll* 12 18. 
Black Crook Jr. (Harry Hastings, mgr.l .Inch- 
►■•avllle. 111.. S. Iliiimll.al, Mo„ 11, Mason Hi. 
Cldlllcniho II, Pan* 1,1. MoMly II. M'ib.i 
15. Louisiana Id. I Iron. 111., 17. Jerseyvllle Is. 
Cliv sixirls 1 Phil Slierlihiii. msr.l— N. Y. city 

11 11, Philadelphia, Pa.. 13-ls. 
Cracker Jacks (Harry l*«nl. rns.".) — N. Y. Cily 

ii-11, Pbliadi'lphia. Ph., 13 is. 
Casino Cllrl* (dame* Lodoror. mgr.) — lbis(on. 

Mass., <i ||. X. V. Cliy 13-18. 
Cherry lllo-ssom* iM. Ja.x'lw. mgr.l— N. V. Cily 

li-1 I, Hr.mM.tn. X. V.. 13 25. 
Colonial Belle* itliao, Frank, mgr.l -Wiishlngtma, 

II. C. il-ll, Hal1l11u.ru. A!,|., |:i.|N. 
Catlfiimla lilrla III. II. Turner, mgr.)— Pitt*- 

Imrg. Pa., till. Washington. D. C. 13-IS. 
Detcrc s. Sum. Own iF. H. Frts-mnn. mgr.) — 

Kansas Oily. Mn.. 12 IS. 
Dainty Dncbe»» (Hush .x- Wi'ts-r. mgrs.)— Pllla- 

Imrg. Pa., d II, Cliicliinatl, II.. 12 IS. 
Dreamland Itenulles il'rniik Cnlilcr, nutr.t— (Irand 

Itaptds, Midi.. 5-11. Clilcngo, HI.. 12-18. 
Dnhiir Paris' iCnnildadl *r Ihinies. uigr*. I— Cleve- 
land, li.. Ml, I'lilslnirc, Pa., 11I-18. 
llmiilie llnrtcsiiners (J. I'emu"<«y. ingr.) — llnuik- 

lyn. N. V.. (lis- 
lav Foster ij.~eph Oppenbclmer. rtigr.) — Cln- 

einiinll. i>„ Ml, l.'levelaiid 13-18. 
itnv Morning Hlorbi. iSiim A. Scrlbner, ingr. I — 
ilrioklvn, N. V„ nil. Providence, II. I.. 13-18. 
linv Mus.|uenolers i.lobu S. Kaynor. mgr. I— Mini- 

ehesier. X. II., US Ikision. .Mass.. 13 18. 
liobleii Ciisik iJncolis te Jermou, mgr*.) — Cln- 

eliinull ().. 511. Nashville. Tenii.. 13 IS. 
lllsli Hollers (A. 11. IVoodhiill, mgr. I- IToslon. 

Mass.. 11 II. X. \. Cliy 13-18. 
Hurt ins A Walters' Viiodevllh— Xiinlboke. l'n.. 
U-8. Olvphnnt Ml. Hlinnnikln lit 15. Mount 
Carnlel HI- 18. 
Ilowni.t Kxtrnviignma (On. F. learned, ingr.)-- 

lbrnvcr. Colo.. r,-1l. 
lllsli .School (llrl* (Alfred Mayo, mgr.l— N. V. 

Cliv i|-ll, Brooklyn. X. \\. 13-IS. 
High I'lvcr* illnrrv Kosicr. msr.) Cnnedsvlllo, 
l'n.. It. Itnlnnit.ivu ll. Alliens, 11., 15. l-urH- 
in. mill 18, 
Irwin'* Big Sluev (Fnsl Irwin, mcr.)- Provt- 

d'-ne.'. It. I., it'll. Ibtsloii. Mass., 13-18. 
Iinncrlnls (Jesse Hum*, mgr.l— Pblbidelphtn. 

l'n.. Ml. X. V. City 13 IS. 
loiiiiciii Melds ill. W. I'lilpinun. mgr. )--Clilcngi. 

111.. 5-11, Mlliviudi*.. Wis.. 12 1s. 
birr I* ISIm Williams, ingr. I- Kniisn* Cily. Alo. 

511. SI. Louis, ll-i., 12-18. 
Jer-ev Lilies Him. HoiT.r. mgr.)— Albany, N. Y.. 

ll-ll. True Ft IS. 
Jnllv Urns* Widows iilus W. Ilogati. mgr.)— Sue- 

riiiieiiln. CaL, s. Hud P.. H». Salt Luke 

Cily 12 IS. 
Jolly (tlrls IT. E. Mel'iiviry. mgr. 1 -Milwaukee, 

WK. 5 II. St. Pnnl. Minn., IMS. 
Knlekerlockers ilainU Hohle. mgr. ) — Philnib'l- 

pliln. l'n.. nil. Ileiulliig LI-IS. 
Keninekr Holle* (Hakm 1lonl.n1, mgr.l — liiillnii- 

11. ml n. IM., it II. I I«i Hie. Ky.. 12 1s. 

K dill's (Iwn llurlestpiers IWIII J. Kellh. mgr. I • 
Sipiuilsltui'g, |»n.. s. ('idmnltla 11, Chamber*. 
lull',' H>. CarlMe 11. Ilagi-rvlou'll, Aid.. 13. 
Lafiivette, Hie Ureal IT. (•• Lnfayetle. mgr. 1 - 
Kellli.ll. (>., II. Foslnlill T, Fluidity 8, lluiull 
I si li. Xrw Cnsilc. IiuL, in. lllnirii.il HI. Ln 
S:IIIS|S ri 1 1. K'.komo 15 
binlsrllle 17. Danville, 
llerrv Alalileus I.l. I.ioviy 

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Albs .New York Jr. (Ilarrl 




Managers and Proprietors of Opera Houses, 
attkntion. 

It vnn wish in plcn-e tour Inity [atnins, Ciiiilp 
your ilirulre Willi 

Feldman's Folding Hat llohlprs 

Tim aimplcsi an, I innFi criecilvo artiiiiKenlfiit for 
linldliiK bid lea' hats ever invented, and pm- 
iiniiiie.i'il ij li ailing; nntiiiigei ■> and itruliinJIc 
critic* as a clever device and odd Hint 11ns 11 inbu 
roll want. Prices umnod on appllcallon. Iteml the 
rollntv lug lesllintiiilal*. Spare proveni* |iulil(slilHK 
others': 

A unique, unit pritcllcal niTntiffenient Tor the 
comfort of lliontre pairoii*. 

AIIY I.KSI.IK,l!llll'AC.() DAILY NKWK. 

ono of Hie best rnntrivniii-e* known (or ihoenn- 
renlence of ihcuiregiiem. Kvery ihcnlre sliuitld 
add them to Its eipiipment. 

PKItCV HAMMOND. CIIICAtlO POST. 

An IniteiiloiiH, iimoilonl nrmngeiuctu mat will 
spare the women iiiiiiit a vexatious moinenl at 1 lie 
play. JAMKM tl'liOXNKLI. HV.NNKTT, 

< ClIIOAtill HKCHItll IIKUAl.P. 

~ One of the Host appliances ilfilnnid tor siielt a 
purpose Hun I have ever seen. Mummers, critics 
mid tiieatiegnors with whom I liilked look upon It 
In the same unlit 11* I do. 

1.01'IH WKAHOCK, OIIICAflO AUKIIIOAN. 

Hare ciiulpp*d tho Illinois Thealro Willi Kolil- 
man's Poldllifr Hal lloblrr. nml consider ll lite heat 
ever brought, lo my notice III Ihe paal toll year*. 
W, J. BAVIN, Mitll. Iht.INOISTIIKATUK.OhlcaRO. 

Have adopted Kclilinaii'a K0I1II11R Hat llnldor fur 
the Knididiaki'r Theairr, untl hnvo no hcsltnncy In 
saylnR It. Is tho i.c-t airunseinoni I have ever 
wen. CIIA8 cotiimss, 

OKN. DlllKOTOH STI'DKHAKKR THKATIti:. 
Address II. K. FKLDM AM Hi CO., 

340 H. Miiislitleld Axe, Chicago, III. 



l-'rnnkfiiri Hi. Cms- 
HI.. IS. 
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uigr.)— Monl- 
I'iirgerabl 1J- 

mgrs.)- X. Y. 

mgr.)— Kuiisaa 



ree, mgr. )-• Brook- 
lyn. X. Y.. llll, Palerson, N. ,L, 13-18. 
.Majesties 1 Fred Irwlu, mgr.|--New Orlenii*, Ln.. 

Ml. 
Mt'idlglil Maids (David Kruiis, mgr.) — N. Y. 

Cliv (ill, Bnoklyti, .\. Y„ 13-23. • 
Alcrry .Makers ill. K, I'lilimi, mar.)— SI. I.uuh, 

Alu.. oil, Inillaiiapitlls, Intl., Ill- Is. 
AliiBioti* (J. J. .Mxiinbuii. .iiigr.)— N. Y. Cily ti- 
ll, Brooklyn. N. Y.. 13-93. 
Alcrry IMrMawM (Will. Il'illnnf. ingr.) — Dululh, 

Minn.. '511. 
Allldnsl and lloiiclcre (Johii M. Illckey, niar.) — 
Tilxi'do, X. Y.. 8, Hotter. X. J., II. Ilncken 
suck 13. ltlib/cn.*sl 15, Morrlsloivu 1(1, 1'lcui- 
liigniii IT, Biiillugloii 18. 
.New Yu'.k Slurs 1 Al. Al. Thelse, mgr.)— Nusbvlllc, 

Tuna., il-ll, Xew Orleans. La., 13-18. 
New Ceniury lilrls (J. Daniel*, ingr.)--Phlln- 

ib'lphla. I'm. 11 II. X. Y. Cliy 13-25. 
iirb'niuls <(\V. It. IVnlsiiu, 1111:1, i- • lliiitalo, X. Y., 

ll-ll, Ditr-ll, Mich., 12-18. 
(irplti'uni Sluriv 1. Martin lltvk, mgr.)— Louisville, 

i»"V„ (111, SI. I.'.iIm, Mil. 1318. 
l'nilsbui Widows (Hush ti Wclicr, mgr*. ) - Uoche*- 

ler, X. Y.. tl-l I, Albany 131S. 
Purlsiini Bulbs (.I..I111 lirleve*. ingr.) — Spokiine, 
Wash., 8, Walla Wnl